Twenty-Somethings: Broadway's Next Generation at Highline Ballroom
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Contact Music called her "the most under-rated artist in the world." USA Today gushed that she produced "some of the decade's most stirring R&B." Artists such as Kanye West, R. Kelly, Busta Rhymes, Common and Fabolous have all lined up to work with her. Her name is Syleena Johnson and she is one of the most admired and exciting vocalists of her generation. Daughter of veteran soul singer Syl Johnson, Syleena's gorgeous voice and natural story-telling instincts have elevated her craft to the highest levels ... and attracted cult-like devotion from fans and critics. Now this Grammy-nominated singer comes to the Highline Ballroom with some of her talented friends, artists Bianca Star and Vin Keatin. Johnson will sing selections from her five acclaimed full albums, including songs from her upcoming effort Chapter 6: Couples Therapy, and also will showcase the powerful voices of her fellow singers in this thrilling concert. Learn More
Pfeil’s music has been featured at Joe’s Pub, New World Stages, 54 Below, (le) Poisson Rouge, as well as NYC’s The Bitter End, where he is a member of the Singer/Songwriter Sessions. He’s also the former resident composer of the Gyeonggi English Village ESL children’s theatre company. Pfeil is currently is working on a theatrical adaptation of The Mole People and his debut EP Crossing Connecticut will be released this September. He is an artistic associate of Ícaro Teatro in Querétaro, Mexico.
Sarnak is a composer, lyricist and playwright. She wrote the book, music and lyrics for The Quad, developed and performed at Harvard’s Loeb Experimental Theatre. Sarnak has four full-length musicals in development, including Mixtape, featured in Silent Street Productions’ 2012 season, PainLess (with book by Michael Kimmel) and A Lasting Impression, winner of Pace New Musicals 2012 and performed Off-Broadway at the 4th Street Theatre at NYTW in August 2012, winner of 2013 NJ Playwright’s contest, and recently produced by Cutting Edge Composers at Joe’s Pub with Tony Winner Alice Ripley.
Overcash’s music has been performed at venues like Joe’s Pub, Birdland, 54 Below, D-Lounge, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center and (le) Poisson Rouge. A proud member of ASCAP, Overcash’s musical _Boys Vs. Girls _was recently optioned for winter 2014 and his other shows, Joe, To You With Love and _Rhapsody, _are all under development. He’s the creator of the Exposed series at Time Out Lounge and was a co-producer of Spotlight on St. Jude, which raised over $100,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
With guest performances by Tony winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal_), Tony nominees Robin de Jesus (In The Heights_) and Michael McElroy (Big River_), Richard H. Blake (Wicked_), Krystal Joy Brown (Big Fish_), Nick Cartell (Scandalous_), Rebecca Faulkenberry (Spider-Man_), Jason Gotay (Bring It On_), Emma Hunton (Next to Normal_), Corey Mach (Godspell_), Taylor Noble (A Lasting Impression), Lauren Pritchard (Spring Awakening), Preston Sadlier (Next to Normal), Coleen Sexton (Jekyll & Hyde), Kacie Sheik (Hair) and New York-based a cappella group Blackout.