On Tuesday, BroadwayBox provided a ranking of the 15 best “Life of the Party” performances in honor of New York City Center’s production of The Wild Party by Andrew Lippa. They ranked Hannah’s May 2014 performance #2 – behind Idina Menzel but ahead of established stars Lea Michele, Kate Rockwell, Rachel Potter and Jonathan Groff.
You can view her video via the above link or see it on the Media page here on the website.
To celebrate the release of their album “Carner & Gregor One,” they’re having a $1 concert! And that’s not all! Copies of the album will be available this one time only PAY-WHAT-YOU-WILL!
The star-studded cast features:
Stephen C. Anthony (The Book of Mormon, Catch Me If You Can)
Kathryn Boswell (Gigi)
Lilli Cooper (Spring Awakening, Wicked)
Gregory Haney (Bring It On, Wicked)
Derek Klena (Bridges of Madison County, Dogfight)
Andrew Kober (Les Miserables, Hair)
David Perlman (Baby It’s You, Yank!)
Mj Rodriguez (Rent)
Sarah Stiles (Hand to God Tony Nom., Avenue Q, etc.)
Natalie Weiss (Everyday Rapture, Breaking Down the Riffs)
Teal Wicks (Wicked, Finding Neverland)
Hannah will join NATALIE WEISS and NAT ZEGREE in “Who Needs Music?”
Nat returns to the Beechman with a brand new show unlike anything you’ve seen before! Nat will dazzle the audience without a single note of music in front of him as he performs the vast library of music that he’s learned by ear; from pop to classical, film scores to jingles. That’s right– NO MUSIC.
Your jaw will drop as he dances from genre to genre and just to make sure he doesn’t get off easy, try to stump him in a slew of party games that will amaze and engage– and you might even win a prize, if the audience get’s lucky.
He’ll also debut new songs of his own and that he’s written with Eric Holmes. This is a party that is not to be missed, a night you will never forget, guaranteed.
May 18, 2015 11pm
The Laurie Beechman Theater inside the West Bank Cafe 409 west 42nd street