3rd Mondays - February - Foundation for New American Musicals
The Foundation for New American Musicals (FNAM) is dedicated to educating, mentoring and showcasing the next generations of creators of musicals for stage, screen and new media.
Musicals translate experiences across time and space to create a new understanding and empathy across cultures, ethnicities and generations.
Through their four major programs, they support composers, lyricists and book writers of all backgrounds from high school to college to graduate school and beyond.
During its history, FNAM has presented 260 shows and 1700 performances at 83 venues from Santa Barbara to San Diego for audiences totaling over 1.75 million people.
3rd Mondays February 19, 2018
ERIC. B ANTHONY - Ovation Award Nominee for his portrayal of Eat Moe in Ebony Repertory Theatre's production of Five Guys Named Moe NAACP Theatre Award winner for Recorded in Hollywood Broadway: Mary Poppins, Hairspray and The Lion King.
BENAI ALICIA BOYD - Disneys Frozen, Live at the Hyperion (Disney Resort / Anaheim) the first live adaptation of the multi-billion-dollar production of the Disneys hit animated film Frozen; as well as her recurring role as Gary Coleman in HBOs Golden Globe & Emmy Award winning show Big Little Lies.
TIM MARTIN GLEASON - Broadway: Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera In 2009 he portrayed the Phantom in the 3rd U.S. National Tour for 16 months. The tour ended at Hollywoods Pantages Theatre. He has since starred in a myriad of musicals including Terrance Manns Romeo and Juliet: The Rock Opera The Whos Tommy West Side Story Joseph and the Amazing Color Dreamcoat A Little Night Music and When You Wish: The Story of Walt Disney.
PAYSON LEWIS - TV credits: The People vs. OJ Simpson How I Met Your Mother Revenge Rules of Engagement Top-4 finalist on The Sing-Off. Theatre: Mamma Mia! as Pepper (Hollywood Bowl) BAZ: Star Crossed Love (Las Vegas) Dogfight (LA) American Idiot (La Mirada) Spring Awakening (LA) Named "Best Lead Actor in a Musical" by BroadwayWorld LA for BARE (Los Angeles).
CHARLOTTE MARY WEN - Mamma Mia! (Hollywood Bowl) One Day the Musical (Off-Broadway) How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Old Globe) American Idiot (La Mirada TPA) Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Redondo Beach PAC; Cerritos CCPA) TV/Film: The Young & the Restless Just Add Magic Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Host: Kevin Bailey
Musical Director: Jen Lin
Doors 6:30 pm
Food and Beverage service: 6:30pm - 8:00 pm
Performance: 8:00 - 9:15 pm (End time approximate)
There are no refunds or exchanges following a 12 hour grace period offered by Brown Paper Tickets from the time of your purchase.
Sterling's Upstairs at The Federal (View)
5303 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|