Directed by Tim Drucker with musical direction by Scott Ethier, the concert featured Becca Ayers ( Dogfight), Nick Cearley (The Skivvies, All Shook Up), James Donegan ( Forbidden Broadway), Ann Harada ( Cinderella), Nathan Johnson, Amy Rutberg, George Salazar ( Godspell), Hollis Scarborough and Joanna Young ( The Drowsy Chaperone).
Here's how the concert was described: "Thirteen years have passed since the fateful day Dan Acquisto and Sammy Buck sat down in a dusky midtown office at a piano once owned by Stephen Sondheim, and wrote their first song together. After seven shows you may have seen, two shows you have yet to see and a show that will never see the light of day, they invite you to celebrate their collaboration in an evening of foul-mouthed swans, a town besieged by vampires and songs they didn't write with each other. Dust off your yarmulke (optional) and join the fun!"
Opening number medley:
Joanna Young sings "It's My Job" from Small Town Story:
Ann Harada sings "Aunt Evelyn's Inspirational Advice" from The 7-Year B*tch:
Nick Cearley sings "The Lobster and You" from ...And Then I Wrote A Song About It:
"Dear Jane Curtin" with Sammy Buck and Nick Cearley:
George Salazar sings "I Don't See The Wires" from The Art of Joey Feldman:
Becca Ayers sings "Happy for You" from The 7-Year B*tch:
Nathan Johnson sings "Be With Me" from Like You Like It:
"Promised Land" from Ugly: The Unauthorized But Totally Accurate Sequel to The Ugly Duckling:
Sammy Buck and Dan Acquisto sing "The Reversal Song" from The 7-Year B*tch:
Joanna Young sings "Whenever We Would Dance," written for Dancing in the Dark:
James Donegan and Becca Ayers sing "UGLY" songs:
Hollis Scarborough and Nathan Johnson perform songs loosely inspired by "'Salem's Lot":