Following our sold-out performance of “Together Again…Again!” in March at The Green Room 42 , we are proud to present “Being Present”, celebrating Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month! We’ll explore some of the most well-known music from the Musical Theatre field spanning over 88 years, with a few surprises. A special thanks to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America for being a part of this (and you’ll be able to learn about their resources at our concert).
Directed and Music Directed by Jarrett Winters Morley and conceived by Jarrett Winters Morley & Chandler Sinks, “Together Again…Again!” acknowledges the difficult 18-month period when Broadway was shut down due to Covid-19, 2 years of Broadway’s return, and gives an opportunity to and celebrate artists whose careers were impacted by this historic event.
Presented at 54Below, The History of Godspell takes us behind the scenes about the show's conception, process, and eventual production in an unprecedented history-filled concert. Stories never before heard. Featuring songs such as “Day By Day”, and “All For The Best”, The History of Godspell is seeing a show as you’ve never seen one before. Join us for a deep dive into Godspell and the journey it took to be what it is today. Directed and curated by Jarrett Winters Morley.
Directed by Kaitlyn Trusty and Music Direction/Produced by Jarrett Winters Morley, “Blank: An Ode to Broadway’s Black History” honors Black composers, lyricists, performers, and creatives from the Broadway community through their music, and forever reminds us of their lasting impact on the theatrical community. Featuring songs such as “Wheels Of A Dream”, and “When I First Saw You”, join us for a celebration of black excellence.
This concert was created and conceived by Jarrett Winters Morley, and presented to raise awareness for Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Celebrating 80 years worth of the most recognizable songs from Musical Theatre.
Celebrating the works of Cole Porter, and the impact he left on the musical industry.
This free hour-long concert of songs from the legendary Broadway musical, was held in the 56th Street Park, just east of Sutton Place. The performance featured four lead singers, 16 ensemble vocalists, and a 32-piece orchestra.