If/Then actress Janet Krupin and musician-producer Alex Caraballo teamed up to create Trillium and "The Aurora" EP, which was released at an official EP party July 26 at New York City's Iron Bar.
At the 11 PM free event, Krupin and Caraballo were joined by DJ Kandylion and beat boxer Shockwave. The Book of Mormon's Christopher Rice and Pippin's Ariana DeBose also joined Trillium for a dance performance, and Daniel Brodie provided visuals.
According to press notes, "Janet Krupin and Alex Caraballo shocked themselves with how transcendent music can be when they created their first single Bandit within the first four hours of jamming together for the first time. He had a track, she had some lyrics, and they found out what happens when you put two people together who want to make music people love and blossomed with their shared desire to see more integrity and consciousness in the dance music scene."
Here's a look at the evening:
Cast Members From If/Then and Rock of Ages Celebrate Release of Janet Krupin's "The Aurora" EP
For more information on the band, visit their SoundCloud here or click here.