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54 Below

A Nonprofit Cabaret Venue

“Something New” LIVE! with Drew Gasparini, Amy Jo Jackson & more!
August 25, 2014

General Seating: $15

Cover Charge Additional $3 At Door

2 Drink or Food & Beverage Minimum $20


Mon, Aug 25 11:30pm Doors 11:00pm Buy Tickets


*Tickets on the day of performance after 2:00 are only available by calling 646.476.3551.

“Something New,” the mega popular podcast that dissects what it means to be a working, multifaceted artist in America, comes to 54 Below to wrap up its second season with a special live concert! Award-winning songwriter and host Joel B. New has invited some of his favorite guests to join him and share some of their stories, take a quiz or two (with audience prizes!), and bring his songs to life onstage. Featuring Drew GaspariniNikka Graff Lanzarone, Amy Jo JacksonBill CoyneAvital AsuleenDan RadzikowskiDavid HudsonHansel TanJenny NealeJustin DanielMariand TorresMatthew-Lee ErlbachTiffan Borelli, and more!

Recently named one of the Top 20 Podcasts for Theatre Fans by, “Something New” is a platform for Mr. New to interview the savviest singers he knows. Each guest brings multiple talents to the theatre industry — from photography to coaching dialects to massage therapy — and their careers as performers have only been enriched by them. This biweekly podcast dissects what it means to be a working, multifaceted artist in America and always concludes with a premiere recording from one of Joel B. New’s latest musical projects.

Past guests have included Nikka Graff Lanzarone (Broadway vet, co-host of “The Ensemblist” podcast), Rock the Audition’s Sheri Sanders, actor/photographer/director Billy Bustamante, The Skivvies’ Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina, and Drew Gasparini (NBC’s Smash).

Joel B. New is the proud recipient of a 2008 American Theatre Wing Jonathan Larson Grant for his music and lyrics. His stage projects include To Hell and BackMackenzie and the Missing BoyAwakening (book: Jenny Stafford, music: J. Oconer Navarro), Standalone: a song cycle, The Nobody DiariesShiver, and RSVP. Joel’s work has been seen and developed at Ars Nova, Lincoln Center, New York Theatre Barn, and more.