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Current performers include: fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participants Scott Alan, Tituss Burgess, Gavin Creel, Bobby Cronin, Jonathan Reid Gealt (upcoming), Eric Michael Krop, Kate Pazakis, and Katie Thompson, as well as Judy Garland, Audra McDonald, Heather Headley, Adam Pascal, Bernadette Peters, Patrick Wilson, Seth Rudetsky, “Broadway Boys,” Cheyenne Jackson, Marty Thomas, Tony Yazbeck, Adam Lambert, Danny Calvert, Stephanie J. Block, Shoshana Bean, and Nick Adams.

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I attended fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Erik Sisco’s one man show “Sing What I Wanna Sing” at The Duplex last night in NYC. Sing what he wanted to sing he did! Erik has the unique gift of having a voice that rocks the house no matter what he sings. From covering Dolly Parton’s “Do I Ever Cross Your Mind” to “Old Man River” to a tribute to Bea Arthur, Erik captivated the nearly sold-out crowd. With personal stories and humorous anecdotes in between, Erik knows how to put on a show and keep your attention. One of the best moments came when Erik brought his very special guest, the gifted, talented, and sexy Katie Thompson (also a fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant) up to the stage. Separately, these two powerhouse voices are dynamite, but together, it’s unreal! There are moments in one’s life when you feel so fortunate to be at a particular moment in time and this was one of those moments! For those of you who weren’t there or want to relive this amazing evening, check out my amateur video footage below:

Old Man River:

Do I Ever Cross Your Mind:

Bea Arthur Tribute:

For You:

I Like Christmas For The Food:

Your Side:

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If you missed fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Katie Thompson singing the bejeezes out “No Reason At All,” written by the amazingly talented Jonathan Reid Gealt, at the Cutting Edge Composers II concert, well here is the video (if you look very, very closely at the beginning of the video when Katie flicks her hair, you can quickly see her sporting my button on the right side of her shirt).

 

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Get ready for this Monday, November 23 to ROCK YOUR WORLD! Fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participants Erik Sisco and very special guest Katie Thompson are performing live at The Duplex in NYC in Erik’s show “Sing What I Wanna Sing.” Showtime is 9:30pm. If you have never heard these two powerhouse voices, come down to The Duplex in NYC’s historic West Village and spend what is going to be a very enjoyable and mesmerizing night!

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Cutting Edge Composers III had the pleasure of attending the “Cutting-Edge Composers II” concert tonight at the Canal Room presented by Josh Young and Laura Pietropinto. It was an evening of joy…listening to both established and up and coming artists perform songs by a new crop of theatrical songwriters. There was a lot of talent in the house tonight including Tituss Burgess (whom I had the pleasure of sitting down with for an interview) singing and belting his soul out to “I’ll Be Alright,” a song Tituss wrote about getting through the rough times of an ended relationship. Also Brooke Moriber rocked it out to “Live Free or Die” a song written by Creighton Irons & Sean Mahoney. Let me tell you, Brooke has some big pipes! The audience was also enchanted by powerhouse vocalist Katie Thompson (fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant) who sang “No Reason At All,” a song by the very talented Jonathan Reid Gealt about a woman wanting to break free of her hardships. The evening ended with the one and only Daphne Rubin-Vega (also a fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant) bringing down the house to “The Goodbye Song” written by Joe Iconis about the ending of relationship that didn’t want to end, but still knowing the two partners would always be by each other’s side. I have to say the evening was a success and it’s refreshing to see that musical theatre will continue on and tonight was just a sampling of who’s out there writing the news songs and who’s going to be dazzling and continuing to dazzle audiences by performing them. For more information on Cutting Edge Composers, visit them at: http://www.cuttingedgecomposers.com/

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Daphne Rubin-VegaKatie ThompsonBe sure to catch fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participants Daphne Rubin-Vega, and Katie Thompson performing with a slew of up and coming composers at “Cutting Edge Composers II” at Canal Room tomorrow, Monday, November 9 at 8pm.

 

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R.R.R.E.D. A Secret MusicalYou have ONE chance left to catch Katie Thompson’s Musical “R.R.R.E.D. A Secret Musical” in NYMF. This Thursday (October 8) at 11pm at The Tank at 45th Street Theatre. Get tickets here before it sells out!

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