LIVESTREAM | New Musical in Concert! Goodbye New York, featuring Arielle Jacobs & More!
STREAMS LIVE MAY 8, 2022 AT 7PM ET
This event is being streamed online through BroadwayWorld Events. To purchase tickets for the in-person event, click here.
We can’t wait for you to celebrate the release of our new Broadway Records album produced by Compassion & Choices. Join our cast and orchestra for a concert of Goodbye New York, a contemporary epic composed by Andrew Beall (Song of Solomon, Platinum Girls), with lyrics by Evan McCormack (Song of Solomon), and a book by David Don Miller (Why You Beasting). Our story follows a spirited young woman with a terrible secret who is reunited with the one who got away one day before she must leave New York forever. Will they get a second chance at love or will fate step in? Is it worth it to pull someone closer…only to say goodbye? The score is equal parts sophisticated and catchy: the kind you won’t get out of your head. Our Broadway cast stars the leading lady of three Tony Award®-winning shows, Arielle Jacobs (Disney’s Aladdin, Wicked, In the Heights), Brad Standley (Waitress, In Transit) and Ben Jeffrey (Disney’s The Lion King) in an exhilarating night of new theater music.
Arielle Jacobs (Disney’s Aladdin, Wicked, In the Heights)
Brad Standley (In Transit)
Ben Jeffrey (Disney’s Aladdin, Disney’s The Lion King)
Eleanna Finokalioti (Anne Frank)
Lora Nicolas Olaes (Miss Saigon Regional)
Richie Abanes (Dreamgirls)
Levin Valayil (The Jungle Book US/CA Tour)
James Lowe, piano, melodica
David Mayers, guitars (acoustic, electric, & ukulele)
Ryan Majoris, bass
Jared Shaw, drums
Joel Lambdin, violin
Greg Williams, viola
Diana Golden, cello
Produced by Wendy Leopold.
Music direction by James Lowe.
Directed by Joel Kirk.
Live from Feinstein’s/54 Below is a new series featuring streams of LIVE performances direct from Broadway’s Living Room! Designed to make more shows accessible to fans from across the globe and to recreate the live experience, all shows will be presented exclusively at the time of performance with an in-house audience and will not be available on demand afterwards.
- Sun, May 8