Pittu and Bartlett to Sing Jacob Sterling at Joe's Pub

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Tony nominee David Pittu will offer What the World Needs Now: Jacob Sterling at Joe's Pub Jan. 17-18.

Pittu (Twelfth Night, Lovemusik), who created and starred in the Off-Broadway musical comedy What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling, will again inhabit the eager musical theatre composer of questionable talent. Joining Pittu will be Off-Broadway cast members Peter Bartlett, Max Kumungai and Matt Shock. The concerts celebrate the cast album of the Off-Broadway production and promise to offer "many classic hits from Jacob Sterling musicals like Private Benjamin and Mademoiselle Death (based on La Femme Nikita), as well as a sneak peak of what Jacob is working on for the new year."

Pittu and Randy Redd co-wrote What's That Smell?, which played an extended run Off-Broadway in 2008.

Showtimes are 7:30 PM (Jan. 17) and 9:30 PM (Jan. 18). For tickets to the concert, priced $25, visit JoesPub. Joe's Pub is located within the Public Theater at 425 Lafayette Street.

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