THE SCREENING ROOM: Santino Fontana, Lindsay Mendez, Betsy Wolfe and More Sing Adam Gwon Songs at 54 Below
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The songs of composer-lyricist Adam Gwon were celebrated April 8 at 54 Below. Here are highlights from the evening, which included performances from
Santino Fontana, Liz Callaway, Lindsay Mendez, Betsy Wolfe and more.
Heading a five-piece band, Gwon premiered brand-new songs and shared tunes from his musicals
Ordinary Days, Cloudlands, The Boy Detective Fails and String.
Performers included Liz Callaway,
Kate Shindle, Wolfe, F. Michael Haynie, Zachary Prince, Sam Heldt, Fontana, Anne L. Nathan, Mendez, Kate Wetherhead, Phoebe Strole, John Bolton, Alex Wyse, Jessica Hershberg, Molly Hager, Olli Haaskivi, Mallory Hawks and Bonnie Milligan.
The evening was directed by Drama Desk nominee Ed Iskandar and produced by Katie Riegel. Videography is by Shoshana Feinstein.
For more on composer Gwon and his works, read Playbill.com's
Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriters You Should Know.
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