Adam performs the comedy song “King For A While,” from the spec musical KERMIT: PRINCE OF DENMARK, penned by Tony Award-winning AVENUE Q writers Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. This one-night-only concert event brings together the many generations of Yalies currently shaping the Music Theatre industry, in celebration of Broadway’s past and future from Cole Porter forward.
The cast of performers includes current students as well as guest alums, such as Richard Maltby & David Shire, Malcolm Gets, and many others, singing pieces written by the illustrious Yalies who have contributed to the American Musical Theatre canon.
Adam performs in the first of a series of cabarets featuring new musical theater writing teams. This evening showcases the songwriting team of Joshua Salzman and Ryan Cunningham (I LOVE YOU BECAUSE). Adam performs his own song, “I’ll Be The One” (available on the Writing page of this site!), as well as the Salzman/Cunningham songs “Another Saturday Night in New York,” “Suddenly” and “Next Thing You Know.” The cast also includes David Austin, Tiana Checchia, Jaclyn Huberman, and Jay A. Johnson. Read the Playbill article
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
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.”