Scott Alan & Friends
January 19, 2015
Cover charge: $40 – $50
Premium Seating: $80
Cover Charge Additional $5 At Door
Food & Beverage Minimum: $25
|Mon, Jan 19||7pm||Doors 5:15pm||Tickets|
SIMPLY SCOTT ALAN – An intimate concert with composer Scott Alan and today’s brightest stars. Acclaimed songwriter Scott Alan will make his debut concert debut at 54 Below in an evening of songs featured from his five successful albums including Dreaming Wide Awake,Keys, What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up, LIVE and Anything Worth Holding on To as well as songs from his musicals, Home & ifi. After sold out concerts around the world, Alan will be returning to the New York City stage after over a year and a half away. With Alan at the piano and some of today’s brightest Broadway stars and recording artists, this will be an intimate night of storytelling and supreme vocalists. Alan has written songs for a long list of Broadway and recording stars, including Lea Salonga, Sutton Foster, Samantha Barks, Ramin Karimloo, Jane Monheit, Pentatonix, Marc Broussard, Megan Hilty, Diana DeGarmo, Jonathan Groff, Liz Callaway, Jeremy Jordan, Taylor Dayne, Randy Graff, and many more. His song “It’s Good to See You Again” was featured on the season nine premiere of So You Think You Can Dance and was the number one downloaded song on iTunes & Amazon the evening of its debut. His musical HOME with Christy Hall will open in London’s West End in September 2015. His musicalifi opened to rave reviews in Tokyo, Japan in September 2014.
Scheduled to appear at the 7pm concert are 2014 Tony Award Winners James Monroe Iglehart (Aladdin) and Jessie Mueller (Beautiful).
Also set to appear are Tony Nominee’s Joshua Henry, (The Scottsboro Boys, Violet) and Chad Kimball (Memphis) as well as Lilla Crawford (Little Red Riding Hood in Disney’s upcoming film adaptation of Into the Woods).
Iglehart, Mueller, Henry, Kimball and Crawford will be joined by Erin Davie (“Side Show”), Alysha Umphress (“On the Town”), Mykal Kilgore (“Motown”), Natalie Weiss (“Wicked”), Christine Dwyer (“Wicked”), Christiane Noll (“Ragtime”), Julian Cihi (“The Classic Stage Company production of Romeo and Juliet”), Danny Calvert (“Altar Boyz”), Elizabeth Stanley (“On the Town”), Abby Mueller (“Kinky Boots”), Jessica Phillips (“Next to Normal”), Lisa Brescia, Ashley Brown, Eden Espinosa, Marcus Paul James, Julia Murney, and Marty Thomas’ DIVAs: Marissa Rosen, Christina Cataldo and Galyana Castillo.