August 30, 2015

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Marla Mindelle, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Alex Brightman, Hannah Elless, Lauren Pritchard and More Sing The Music of Zack Zadek Marla Mindelle (Sister Act, Cinderella), Rebecca Naomi Jones (American Idiot, Passing Strange) and Lauren Pritchard (Spring Awakening) were among the artists joining musical theatre writer Zack Zadek for his Nov. 11 concert at the Highline Ballroom. Read the Playbill.com story.
Kacie Sheik, Alice Ripley, Jason Gotay, Adrienne Warren, Lauren Pritchard Sing the Music of Twenty-Somethings Twenty-Somethings, an evening spotlighting the work of up-and-coming songwriters Blake Pfeil, Zoe Sarnak and Drew Overcash, featured performances by Tony winner Alice Ripley, Richard H. Blake, Krystal Joy Brown and more. Read the Playbill.com story.
The Skivvies Heat Up the Highline with Guests Leigh Ann Larkin, Alice Ripley, Mitch Jarvis, Adam Kantor and Joseph Morales Tony Award winner Alice Ripley, Mitchell Jarvis and Leigh Ann Larkin were among the performers joining the Skivvies for their Jan. 28 concert and video premiere at the Highline Ballroom. Read the Playbill.com story.





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