NOV 20, 2009 – WE THE PEOPLE workshop

We The People, a new revue about American government (including Adam’s song “The First Amendment”), produced by Theatreworks USA and directed by Jeremy Dobrish, has its first workshop performance at Chelsea Studios.  Other writers include Brad Alexander (Rodgers Award winner for See Rock City & Other Destinations) & Kevin Del Aguila (Altar Boyz), Sam Forman & Eli Bolin, Ryan Scott Oliver (Rodgers Award winner for Mrs. Sharp), and others.

NOV 15, 2009 – “St. Urbain Street” recording

At the studios of Michael Gilboe (producer of the “Broadway Bullet” podcast), I record vocals for a previously-unproduced song by Alan Menken and David Spencer — “Leaving St. Urbain Street,” sung by the title character of their musical THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ.  The recording will be released on the upcoming CD No More Revivals, produced by the BMI Workshop and released by Sh-K-Boom Records … the CD will also include my own song “My Sky,” sung by Stephanie J. Block and orchestrated by Bruce Coughlin.

NOV 7, 2009 – Stephanie J. Block records Adam’s song

Stephanie J. Block (9 to 5, Wicked) records Adam’s song (sung here by Rachel Potter and Ian Joseph, here by Leslie Henstock) for release on the upcoming CD No More Revivals, produced by the Tony Award-winning BMI Workshop.  Adam is a composer/lyricist in the Workshop, which provides a training ground for aspiring musical theater writers.  This is the Workshop’s first CD — make sure to look for it on iTunes in the next few months!