Neo2 composers’ concert at the York Theatre

PICTURED: (Top Row) Joe Iconis, Sam Davis, Neil Bartram, Jeff Blumenkrantz, Scott Alan. (Middle Row) Barbara Anselmi, Adam Overett, Jill Abramovitz, Joy Son, Deborah Abramson. (Bottom Row) David Austin, Andrew Gerle, Sean Hartley, Eli Bolin.

Adam joins a luminous roster of composers and lyricists at The York Theatre Company for this concert celebrating the best and brightest “emerging talent in musical theater.”  His song “My Sky” is performed by Christiane Noll.  Other writers on the concert include Neil Bartram, Jeff Blumenkrantz, David Austin, Sam Davis, Georgia Stitt, and Andrew Gerle, among many others.  The stellar lineup of performers includes Noll, Stephanie J. Block, Cheyenne Jackson, Celia Keenan-Bolger, John Tartaglia, Barrett Foa, Phylicia Rashad and others. View full story and photos on BroadwayWorld.com

“PIAZZA Party” at Birdland Jazz Club

Adam joins his THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA castmates David Bonanno, David Burnham, Patti Cohenour, Laura Griffith, Felicity LaFortune, Catherine LaValle and Peter Samuel, with accompaniment and direction by Andrew Byrne, for a concert showing their “lighter” side at the renowned Birdland Jazz Club on 44th Street.  Adam accompanies LaValle on the song “I’m Tone Deaf,” and also performs one of his own compositions, the comedy number “I’ll Be The One.”

THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA — Broadway debut!!


Making his Broadway debut, Adam becomes the new male swing in THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA at Lincoln Center‘s Vivian Beaumont Theater.  He covers four of the ensemble roles, as well as the two principal roles of Fabrizio and Giuseppe Naccarelli.  THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, based on the novella by Elizabeth Spencer, won 6 Tony Awards in 2005, including Best Score for composer/lyricist Adam Guettel.  The show tells the story of Margaret Johnson, an American mother who brings her daughter Clara on vacation to Italy.  When Clara falls deeply in love with a young Florentine named Fabrizio, Margaret must decide what to do about a romance that is not as simple as it seems.