Will Reynolds

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New Writers @ 54 Below
Aug
13
9:30pm 9:30pm

New Writers @ 54 Below

FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, presents New Writers at 54: Ta-Da! The Lyrics of Eric Price on Sunday August 13 at 9:30pm and featuring Tony Award nominees Beth Malone (Fun Home), Howard McGillin (The Phantom of the Opera), Jarrod Spector (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), and a cast of Broadway all-stars.

With music direction by Andy Einhorn (Hello Dolly!), this concert brings together a collection of eclectic, verbally dexterous, and passionate songs from a roster of new musicals by lyricist Eric Price, who also served as 21-time Tony Award winner Hal Prince's longtime assistant.

With shows that musicalize the romance that led to the discovery of radium (Radioactive), the inner workings of a family of stage magicians (Presto Change-o), and the ambitious teenagers who committed online securities fraud in the earliest days of the internet (Hello Out There), audiences can expect to encounter songs that dazzle and surprise, along with stories of collaboration, dream jobs, and real life magic. Music by Will Reynolds, Joel Waggoner, and Frank Terry. The concert is directed by Eric Price & Haley L. Bennett.

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"After Anatevka" Concert
Mar
28
7:30pm 7:30pm

"After Anatevka" Concert

This unique evening celebrates Alexandra Silber’s new novel After Anatevka, an evocative sequel to the beloved musical Fiddler on the Roof, to be released by World Rights/Pegasus in the summer of 2017. Ms. Silber, who played Hodel in London’s West End and Tzeitel in the recent Broadway revival, has imagined the plight of Hodel as she searches for her fiancé in a Siberian work camp.

Alongside excerpts from the novel read by the author, Symphony Space is delighted to present eight world-premiere, text-inspired songs by renowned theatre songwriters Julianne Wick Davis and Maggie-Kate Coleman, Oran Eldor and Adam Overett, Lance Horne, Will Reynolds and Eric Price, Matthew Sklar and Amanda Green, Jeffrey Stock, Joseph Thalken, and Ben Toth

Featuring stage luminaries Jessica FontanaSantino FontanaDaniel RowanIsabel SantiagoRyan Silverman, and Broadway legend John Cullum, plus a special introduction by Fiddler’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning lyricist, Sheldon Harnick.

Music direction by Grant Wenaus, with cellist Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf, clarinetist Steven Lyon, and Wenaus performing.

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David Mixner - "1969"
Mar
6
7:00pm 7:00pm

David Mixner - "1969"

"Civil rights activist and best-selling author David Mixner is partnering with the Ali Forney Center to host a one-night-only performance of 1969 March 6 at New York's Florence Gould Hall in the French Institute, 55 E. 59th St.

The night of theatrical storytelling to benefit homeless LGBT youth housed at the Ali Forney Center’s Bea Arthur Residence will begin at 7 PM.

“Set in a mid-century America torn by the war in Vietnam,” press notes state, “Mixner will tell the story of one man’s courageous act of defiance that led him down a difficult path of heartbreak and self-discovery.”

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Broadway Sings Their Own Songs
Nov
20
6:00pm 6:00pm

Broadway Sings Their Own Songs

A spin-off of the acclaimed concert series Broadway Sings, BROADWAY SINGS THEIR OWN will feature 7 Broadway actors performing their own original songs. While performing in a show eight times a week, actors rarely get the chance to showcase their writing skills. But on this special night, audiences will hear fully orchestrated songs sung by the multi-talented performers who wrote them. The show is brought to Rockwood Music Hall by the team behind Broadway Sings, produced by Corey Mach with arrangements and music direction by Joshua Stephen Kartes.

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Daddy Long Legs
May
2
8:00pm 8:00pm

Daddy Long Legs

Will returns as Jervis in the new 2 person Drama Desk/Outer Critics Circle nominated Off-Broadway musical by Tony nominated composer PAUL GORDON (Jane Eyre) and JOHN CAIRD (Tony Award winning director of Les Miserables).

Tickets and more information available HERE.

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PRIDE & PREJUDICE: in concert
Mar
2
8:45pm 8:45pm

PRIDE & PREJUDICE: in concert

Join us at Feinstein’s/54 Below for a concert presentation of Pride & Prejudice The Musical, a Richard Rodgers Award finalist. With book, music, and lyrics by award-winning composer Lawrence Rush, this musical adaptation of the beloved novel by Jane Austen was one of five shows chosen out of over 200 submissions for a workshop and public reading last year by Chicago’s FWD Theatre Project. With a lush and tuneful score, this show has captivated audiences, and stars such as Karen Mason, Laura Osnes, Abby Mueller, and Ron Bohmer have either recorded or performed many of its songs. Musical Director Matt Castle (Roundabout’s Into The Woods, Transport Group’s Once Upon a Mattress, and Company on Broadway) and Director Frank Galagno will lead a star-studded cast that will take your breath away. Join us as we follow the strong-willed Elizabeth and the arrogant, yet romantic Mr. Darcy in an evening that’s not to be missed.

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Daddy Long Legs
Dec
14
to Dec 22

Daddy Long Legs

Will returns as Jervis in the new 2 person Off-Broadway musical by Tony nominated composer PAUL GORDON (Jane Eyre) and JOHN CAIRD (Tony Award winning director of Les Miserables).

Tickets and more information available HERE.

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Daddy Long Legs
Oct
29
to Nov 19

Daddy Long Legs

Will stars as Jervis in the new 2 person Off-Broaway musical by Tony nominated composer PAUL GORDON (Jane Eyre) and JOHN CAIRD (Tony Award winning director of Les Miserables).

Tickets and more information available HERE.

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STRANGE PAST (Short Film) - Monadnock Int'l Film Festival
Apr
18
to Apr 20

STRANGE PAST (Short Film) - Monadnock Int'l Film Festival

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Will plays Erik in this short film by MAGGIE LEHRMAN, directed by KYLE GILMAN.

A night out at a bar turns mysterious when a stranger in a fedora calls Meredith by the wrong name—and she admits she’s changed her name many times before, reinventing herself each time. Sunny, Violet, Jacosta, Pauline… What’s to keep her from changing again and leaving her friends and fiancé behind? Who’s the odd man in the hat and why did he bring a birdcage to a bar? Does the hot bartender really exist? The group fractures, seeking answers to these questions over the course of one surreal night.

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