The 8 PM concert will feature Tony nominee De Jesus (In the Heights), Hunton (Spring Awakening), Pritchard (Spring Awakening), Blake (Legally Blonde), Tony winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal), Krystal Joy Brown (Leap of Faith), Corey Mach (Godspell), Coleen Sexton (Jekyll & Hyde), Preston Sadleir (Next to Normal), Nick Cartell (Scandalous), Rebecca Faulkenberry (Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark), Jason Gotay (Bring It On), Taylor Noble, Kacie Sheik (Hair), Adrienne Warren (Bring It On), Ryann Redmond (Bring It On), Laura Dreyfuss (Once), recording artist Grace Weber and NYC a cappella group BLACKOUT.
Backing the singers will be Bobbie L. Crow III on cello, Rick Ippolito on bass, Simon Kafka on guitar and Cody Rahn on percussion.
In anticipation of the evenings celebrating "twenty-somethings," Playbill.com asked de Jesus, Hunton, Pritchard and Blake to pick songs representing their 20s and tell us why they made their list.
Pfeil's music has been featured at Joe's Pub, New World Stages, 54 Below and (le) Poisson Rouge as well as NYC's The Bitter End, where he is a member of the Singer/Songwriter Sessions. His debut EP "Crossing Connecticut" will be released in September.
Overcash's music has been performed at venues such as Joe's Pub, Birdland, 54 Below, D-Lounge, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center and (le) Poisson Rouge. Overcash's musical Boys Vs. Girls was recently optioned, and his other projects — Joe, To You With Love and Rhapsody — are under development. He is the creator of the Exposed series at Time Out Lounge.
The Highline Ballroom is located at 431 W. 16th Street. For more information and tickets, visit HighlineBallroom.com.
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