Women-led. Female leads. Girl power since 2005.
New Songs Now
in Your Living Room
May 3rd - 6th @ 7pm EDT
Produced in partnership with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
May 3rd: Emma Claye, AriDy Knox
May 4th: Dawn Landes, Ada Westfall (with Jo Lampert)
May 5th: Jay Adana, Zeniba Now and Rodney Bush
May 6th: The Kilbanes, Kit Yan and Melissa Li
Tune into our unplugged concert series that gives inventive songwriters the opportunity to test out new material in a low-key, fun environment. We believe in creating a space for innovative artists to try out risky new material, and New Songs Now (now New Songs Now In Your Living Room) does just that. Each night, different composers share selections of their work, followed by a conversation with the artists to demystify the songwriting process.
PLEASE NOTE ALL RSVPs WILL RECEIVE YOUTUBE LINKS TO ALL PERFORMANCES. PLEASE RSVP TO WHATEVER EVENING YOU LIKE.
The Prom Movie
Now on Netflix
The Prom Musical National Tour begins November 2021
“The Biggest Heart on Broadway”
– Lin-Manuel Miranda
“The Kind of show that I honestly think would make the world a better place if everyone saw it.”
– Oprah Winfrey’s O Magazine
“Genuine joy rolls off the stage. A smart, big-hearted new musical.”
– New York Magazine
“A laugh-inducing juggernaut with genuinely touching moments.”
“THE PROM is Hairspray meets Dear Evan Hansen!”
“It’s so full of happiness that you think your heart is about to burst.”
Presented in association with Rosalind Productions
ARS NOVA PRESENTS
Oratorio for Living Things
DIRECTED BY LEE SUNDAY EVANS
ARS NOVA AT GREENWICH HOUSE
27 BARROW STREET
ABOUT THE SHOW
In this sweeping world premiere, composer Heather Christian imbues the classical oratorio with blues, gospel, jazz and soul. The result is an in-the-round fusion of music and theater, staged by Obie Award-winning director Lee Sunday Evans and featuring eighteen virtuosic singers and instrumentalists. Both otherworldly and achingly intimate, Oratorio for Living Things heralds Christian as an undeniable artistic force — and inspires us to reflect on the mystery of human experience, set against the vast scope of cosmic time.