THE SCREENING ROOM: The Music of Maglione and Ruiz, With Natalie Weiss, Mike Schwitter, Justin Anthony Long and More

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The Music of Maglione and Ruiz... Wait, Who?, featuring the songs of new musical theatre composers David Maglione and Tomas Ruiz, was offered Jan. 18 at Stage 72 at The Triad. Here are highlights from the evening. 

Natalie Weiss
Natalie Weiss

The 9 PM concert featured performances from Natalie Weiss (Everyday Rapture, Les Misérables national tour, "Breaking Down the Riffs"), Mike Schwitter (The Book of Mormon national tour), Justin Anthony Long ("City of Dreams," "The Wolf of Wall Street"), Julie Galorenzo (Show Choir! The Musical), Justin Luciano, Jason Pumarada, Brittany Proia (Asolo Rep's Show Boat), Morgan Assante, Lena Grotticelli, Liza Birkenmeier, Blane Pressler, Madeline Fansler, Spencer Kiely (Paper Mill's High School Musical) and Emma Love and Chris Frazier.

According to press notes, "David Maglione and Tomas Ruiz, a new composing duo (think Ed Sheeran and Sara Bariellis had a love child), present a night of original music that no one as ever heard before and may or may not remember the next day."

Maglione and Ruiz are the authors of Gypsy Housing: A Sorta Kinda Love Story, which recently played the Manhattan Rep Theatre.

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"Falling," performed by Natalie Weiss:

"I Hate the Fall," performed by Madeline Fansler:

"Reckless," performed by Spencer Kiely:

"Disconnected," performed by Emma Love:

"The Summer of Carousel Lights," performed by Morgan Assante:

"End of the Line," performed by Mike Schwitter:

"Why," performed by Chris Frazier:

"Take Me Back," performed by Justin Anthony Long:

"Come With Me," performed by Liza Birkenmeier:

"Come With Me (Reprise)," performed by Lena Grotticelli:

"My Name is Hook," performed by Blane Pressler:

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