120 min. show July 14 at 4:00 PM PDT Price: 350 Notes

Stephen Trask and Justin Craig

An Evening with Stephen Trask with special guest Justin Craig! For the benefit of Beth El Synagogue.



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An Evening with Stephen Trask with special guest Justin Craig! For the benefit of Beth El Synagogue.

Stephen Trask and Justin Craig

An Evening with Stephen Trask with special guest Justin Craig! For the benefit of Beth El Synagogue.

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Top supporters will receive recordings by me and Justin from over the years. Mostly things you’ve never heard including the demo we made together in 2013 of the Broadway arrangement of Sugar Daddy.

Show Description:

Join me and Grammy/Tony nominee Justin Craig* for a night of music and conversation. We will be playing tracks from Hedwig and "The Angry Inch", a bit of "This Ain't No Disco," and a little Fats Domino. After the music, we will have a talk about making authentic rock music on a Broadway stage, comparing and dissecting our experiences bringing "Hedwig" and "Stereophonic" to theater audiences. Plus Q&A.

We will be webcasting in front of a live audience at Connecticut College's Evans Hall.

All proceeds to benefit the building fund for Beth El Synagogue in New London, CT. Where I was Bar Mitzvah'ed.

*(Hedwig on Broadway and Stereophonic)

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