The Years Between Will Feature Allison Case, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Patti Murin, Kacie Sheik and More
12 Feb 2014
Kacie Sheik Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN
Songwriter Zoe Sarnak will premiere songs from
The Years Between, a musical described as "an exploration of New York's millennials as the latest lost generation, set to a score of rock, folk, pop and soul," March 13 at 54 Below.
Joining Sarnak at the 9:30 PM concert — which will be recorded as a live concept album — will be
Allison Case ( Hair), Laura Dreyfuss ( Once), Meghann Fahy ( Next to Normal), Marcus Paul James ( Rent), Rebecca Naomi Jones ( American Idiot), Patti Murin ( Love's Labours Lost), Taylor Noble ( A Lasting Impression), Preston Sadleir ( Next to Normal) and Kacie Sheik ( Hair), among others.
Mia Walker (assistant director of
Pippin) will direct The Years Between, which is produced by Jen Hoguet and 54 Below.
Sarnak wrote the book, music and lyrics for
The Quad, developed and performed at Harvard’s Loeb Experimental Theatre. Sarnak has four full-length musicals in development, including Mixtape, PainLess and A Lasting Impression. Read more about her work in Playbill.com's Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriters You Should Know.
54 Below is located at 254 W. 54 Street. For more information and tickets, visit
Zoe Sarnak, Preston Sadleir, Kacie Sheik and Marcus Paul James
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