Events

When:

Sunday, September 22, 2019
3:00 p.m.

Where:

Olmsted Theatre

Tickets:

Regular price: $25
 
 

Larson Legacy Concert: Andy Roninson


Under the direction of Emmy-winner Matt Cowart, join 2019 Jonathan Larson Grant recipient Andy Roninson as he features songs from his internationally acclaimed, genre-defying podcast Take A Ten as well as never-before-seen material from new musicals he has in the works.

Featuring Renée Albulario, Ava Briglia, Brandon Espinoza, Aaron Phillips, Arri Lawton Simon, Amy Spanger, and Tiffany Topol with Andy Roninson (piano), Lauren Jenkins (violin), Susan Mandel (cello), David Cinquegrana (guitar), Mike Roninson (bass), and Adam Wolfe (drums).

Andy Roninson is a composer-lyricist, orchestrator, and music director in NYC.  As a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop, he was awarded the Robert B. Sherman Scholarship and the Jerry Harrington Award for Creative Excellence.  He participated in the 2017 Johnny Mercer Foundation Songwriters Project. He is the creator and host of “TAKE A TEN,” the all-original ten-minute musical podcast. Episodes have had live productions at theaters and schools around the world and have won numerous awards including Best Musical (2x) at Theatre Now New York’s SOUND BITES festival, the 2016 City Theatre National Award for Short Playwriting, and the top prize at the 40th Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Short Play Festival, which included publication by Samuel French.  Recorded episodes featured the voice talents of Tony-nominees Laura Osnes and Rob McClure as well as Broadway and NYC actors like George Salazar, Nick Blaemire, and more. www.andyroninson.com

The Larson Legacy Concert Series at the Adelphi PAC celebrates the next generation of artists at the college home of the creator of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT, Jonathan Larson (’82). Each year, the American Theatre Wing presents emerging creators of musical theatre with The Jonathan Larson Grants.  Select recipients of these grants are showcased at the Adelphi PAC in this series to help nurture and support the next generation of creative artists to carry on Jonathan Larson’s legacy. Past recipients of these grants have gone on to create the Broadway musicals Dear Evan Hansen, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Grey Gardens, Next To Normal, Elf, Hands on a Hardbody, Be More Chill and many more.

 

For further information, please contact:

Lucia and Steven N. Fischer Box Office
Adelphi University Performing Arts Center
p – 516.877.4000
e – boxoffice@adelphi.edu

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