THE SCREENING ROOM: Twenty-Somethings Concert With Alice Ripley, Emma Hunton, Jason Gotay, Robin De Jesus and More (Video)
By Playbill Staff
Twenty-Somethings, an evening spotlighting the work of up-and-coming songwriters Blake Pfeil, Zoe Sarnak and Drew Overcash, was held Aug. 12 at the Highline Ballroom. Tony winner Alice Ripley, Richard H. Blake and Krystal Joy Brown were among the performers.
The lineup also included Emma Hunton, Corey Mach, Coleen Sexton, Preston Sadleir, Nick Cartell, Robin De Jesus, Rebecca Faulkenberry, Jason Gotay, Taylor Noble, Lauren Pritchard, Kacie Sheik, Adrienne Warren, Ryann Redmond, Laura Dreyfuss, Grace Weber and NYC a cappella group BLACKOUT.
Playbill.com has collected highlights from the concert, filmed by Broadway Spotted, for our readers.
Jason Gotay singing "Landmark" by Pfeil.
Richard H. Blake singing "End of the World" by Overcash.
Kacie Sheik & Preston Sadleir singing "Easy" by Sarnak.
Corey Mach singing "Chomp" by Pfeil.
Nick Cartell singing "Undoubtedly" by Overcash.
Lauren Pritchard singing "If Your Child" by Sarnak.
Robin De Jesus singing "Queen" by Pfeil.
Alice Ripley and Emma Hunton singing "The Flame" by Sarnak.
BLACKOUT singing "Find My Own Way" (mashed up with Guy Sebastian's "Battle Scars") by Overcash.
Adrienne Warren feat. BLACKOUT singing "Here at the End of Forever" by Overcash.
Laura Dreyfuss and Taylor Noble Featuring Kacie Sheik, Richard H. Blake and Emma Hunton singing "Give Words Of Love" by Sarnak.
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