The Basement Mixtape: New Writers Celebrate The Holidays!
December 9, 2021
All Hits. No Skips. Swear to God. During the year that shall not be named, three friends full of holiday cheer put together a holiday concert called Zoom For The Holidays, featuring brand new songs for a non-traditional season written by the next generation of musical theatre writers. It was not just a concert but a way to connect and stay together during a very lonely time of the year.
Now the original production team, Vaibu Mohan, Danielle Koenig, and Greg Paladino, are back with the ultimate kickoff party of the season! Join us for a night filled with pop, punk, disco, funk, and everything in between. Featuring new bangers written by young writers who are taking the world by storm and exciting arrangements of old favorites, you are cordially invited to party like it’s 2022 in our favorite basement! Let’s shake off the cobwebs and pre-game together for what will surely be a holiday season full of love, laughter, and bubbly. For one night only, we ask you to follow our one rule: dance like you’ve never danced before.
Featuring new music from Vaibu Mohan, Greg Paladino, Danielle Koenig, Jameson May, Caroline Pernick, Raiah Rofsky, Asher Muldoon, Sammy Grob, Owen Braithwaite, Caroline Strickland, and Stephen Coakley
Joseph Allen (54 Sings Carole King)
Danielle Koenig (Works In Progress)
Rachel Lloyd (Works In Progress)
Irvin Mason Jr.
Jameson May (Works In Progress)
Vaibu Mohan (Works in Progress, Halloweekend Kickoff, 54 Sings Carole King)
Asher Muldoon (Dear Evan Hansen National Tour)
Jessie Jo Pauley
Andrew Strano (Nailed It, Skin)
Caroline Strickland (Recording artist)
Alyssa Wray (“American Idol,” Halloweekend Kickoff at Feinstein’s/54 Below)
Arranger and orchestrator: Greg Paladino
Additional arrangements done by Sammy Grob, Tonie Nguyen, Melody Valdez, and Jordan Wolfe
Produced by Vaibu Mohan, Danielle Koenig, and Greg Paladino
Please note that all artists and acts are subject to change at any time.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter the club.