The Music of Tim Rosser & Charlie Sohne
February 21, 2016
February 21, 2016
Cover charge: $25 – $35
Cover Charge Additional $5 At Door
$25 Food & Beverage Minimum
|Sun, Feb 21||9:30pm||Doors: 8:45p||Tickets|
After a sold-out concert in 2013, Jonathan Larson and Mary Rodgers/Lorenz Hart Award winners Charlie Sohne & Tim Rosser are back on the Feinstein’s/54 Below stage for the first time in over 2 years. Hear selections from some of their latest projects including Run Away Home, Talk To Me, The Boy Who Danced on Air, and their new slash fiction boy band pilot Truth Slash Fiction.
Erin Davie (Side Show, The Mystery of Edwin Drood)
Jeremy Greenbaum (Newsies)
Derek Klena (Wicked, Diner)
Lindsay Mendez (Wicked, Significant Other)
Daniel Quadrino (Newsies, Wicked)
Magnus Tonning Riise
Nic Rouleau (The Book of Mormon)
Natalie Weiss (Breaking Down the Riffs)
…and more to be announced!
Tim Rosser and Charlie Sohne are winners of the 2015 Jonathan Larson Award and ASCAP’s 2015 Mary Rodgers/Lorenz Hart Award. Tim and Charlie were also 2014-15 Dramatists Guild Fellows, members of Civilian’s R&D Group, writers in the Rhinebeck Writers Retreat and ASCAP’s Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project. Recently, they participated in 24 Hour Musicals, where their short show A Better Me featured Edie Falco. Their show The Boy Who Danced On Air was featured at NAMT in 2013, received development and production grants from NAMT in 2014 and 2015, and will receive its world premiere at The Diversionary Theater in San Diego in the Spring of 2016. Their show The Profit of Creation was seen at the Yale Institute for Music Theater. Tim and Charlie’s songs have been seen at their sold-out 54 Below show, Birdland, Contemporary Classics at Seattle Rep, Cutting Edge Composers at Joe’s Pub, ALNM at Rockwell in Los Angeles, Above The Arts in London, and a sold out show at Broadway au Carre in Paris, and will be performed at the Kennedy Center this fall. Separately Charlie has had work seen at The Lark, The O’Neill, and NY Stage and Film, while Tim has conducted performances of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder on Broadway, music directed Broadway Backwards, and associate music directed Andrew Lippa’s I Am Harvey Milk.