The Austin Artists Project, a Texan non-profit organization focused on advancing racial, gender, and sexuality based equality in the arts, is coming to New York! AAP will present their revue, Sing Out! at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Theater June 20, as a part of JLC's Pride Month Programming.
“We have been rehearsing Broadway classics as well as modern works in preparation for this opportunity to bring Sing Out! to New York City this summer,” says Dailey, a Grammy Award-winning artist and founder of Austin Artists Project. “The show is truly one of a kind as no performance is the same, both in content and in cast. Austin Artists Project believes in curating new experiences with every performance and infusing fresh, meaningful stories in everything we do.”
Sing Out! originally premiered in Austin, TX last summer as a ninety minute staged concert; the production has since been expanded and reimaged to feature the personal stories of its performers. The event is supported by Playbill, the Terrence McNally estate, and New York's Benjamin Hotel.
Tickets to Sing Out! are available at AustinArtistsProject.org.