New Songs Now, Featuring New Music by Georgia Stitt, Lucas Steele, and More, Returns to Rattlestick

Cabaret & Concert News   New Songs Now, Featuring New Music by Georgia Stitt, Lucas Steele, and More, Returns to Rattlestick
 
The unplugged concert series will run in the West Village July 22–26.
Georgia Stitt, Lucas Steele, and Lisa Kron
Georgia Stitt, Lucas Steele, Lisa Kron, and Helen Park

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater will welcome the return of its New Songs Now musical series July 22. The unplugged concert series gives songwriters the opportunity to test out new material on the Off-Broadway theatre's mainstage, followed by post-show conversations with both the artists and friends of the industry.

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The 2018 New Songs Now lineup is as follows. All concerts kick off at 7 PM.

July 22: Jen Goma (Smiley Face) and Georgia Stitt (Snow Child, Sweet Charity), followed by a conversation with Obie-winning director Anne Kauffman.

July 23: Rebecca Hart (The Cabaret at the End of the World) and Or Matias (Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812) followed by a conversation with Tony winner Lisa Kron.

July 24: Nehemiah Luckett (Brick by Brick, Moons of Mercury) and Jonathan Larson Award winner Melissa Li (Interstate), followed by a conversation with OCC nominee Paul Scott Goodman.

July 25: Simone Allen (The Cher Show, Cruel Intentions) and Drama Desk nominee Helen Park (KPOP) followed by a conversation with Associate Director at LCT3 and co-founder of the Beehive dramaturgy Natasha Sinha.

July 26: LPfunK (Once, Cyrano de Bergerac) and Tony Award nominee Lucas Steele (Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812) followed by a conversation with Obie winner Eisa Davis (Passing Strange, Preludes).

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at Rattlestick.org and by phone at (212) 627-2556. Standard ticketing fees apply to all orders.

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