Tituss Burgess, Natalie Weiss and More Set for David Alan Thornton Vs. the Bunny Suicides at 54 Below
30 Jan 2014
David Alan Thornton Vs. the Bunny Suicides, described as "an evening of laughs, sighs, and rabbit hara-kiri" that will feature the work of singer-songwriter and composer David Alan Thornton, will be held Feb. 17 at 54 Below.
The 11:30 PM concert will include performances from Tituss Burgess (The Little Mermaid, Guys and Dolls), Natalie Weiss (Les Misérables national tour), Zachary Prince (Jersey Boys, On A Clear Day…), Leo Ash Evens (Jesus Christ Superstar), Mykal Kilgore (Motown), Jeremy Morse, Lauren Marcus, Eric William Morris (Mamma Mia!), Michael Deleget, Jonathan Reid Gealt, Mark Sanderlin, Rachel Lee, Dustin Sullivan, Starr Busby, Lorinda Lisitza, Ashley Travis, Jared Marcel Weiss and Leslie Henstock, among others.
Here's how the evening is described: "David Alan Thornton has escaped and he's at it again! He returns to 54 Below for David Alan Thornton Vs. the Bunny Suicides — an evening of fun, feelings, fruity love stories, robots with identity crises, determined hippopotamuses (yes, it's the correct plural), and BUNNY SUICIDES! With the cooperation of internationally-renowned comic-book artist Andy Riley and featuring an all-star cast, the night and the music are sure to make you laugh, sigh, snort, cry, and feel darn good."
Thornton is a singer-songwriter and composer. His work has been heard at Rockwood Music Hall, The Triad, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, the Bitter End, the Laurie Beechman Theatre and 54 Below. His productions include the David Alan Thornton Versus series, his self-released album "Spokedog" and Little Bitters.
54 Below is located at 254 West 54th Street. There is a $10 cover charge plus a $20 food and beverage minimum. For more information and tickets, call (646) 476-3551 or visit 54Below.com.
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