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An Evening With Georgia Stitt and Friends

Friends in the UK, I’m headed to London! Please join us for this fantastic evening of music on Sunday, Oct. 26th. So many talented singers. I can’t wait!

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My Lifelong Love – An Evening With Georgia Stitt and Friends
– for one night only at the Garrick Theatre on Sunday 26 October at 7.30pm

She’s joined by the cream of singers in the West End in a production from producer Danielle Tarento (Dogfight, Titanic)

featuring
Simon Bailey (I Can’t Sing!)
Norman Bowman (Mack & Mabel)
Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple)
Jamie Muscato (Dogfight)
Eva Noblezada (Miss Saigon)
Caroline Sheen (Putting It Together)

FOR TICKET INFORMATION, CLICK HERE!

US composer and lyricist Georgia Stitt is to make her West End debut in a welcome return to London following her sell-out concerts at St Paul’s Church in 2007 and The Hippodrome in 2012.

In her new show, My Lifelong Love, she will perform some of her best known songs from her albums This Ordinary Thursday, Alphabet City Cycle and, of course, My Lifelong Love, as well as from her shows Big Red Sun, The Danger Year, Mosaic and Samantha Spade: Ace Detective.

This is a one off, not-to-be-missed evening of humour, heart, and thrilling musicality. Expect to hear some of her most successful songs, including She, My Lifelong Love, The Wanting Of You and Sonnet XXIX as well as brand new tunes never before heard in the UK.

Georgia Sitt says she is thrilled to be back in London, the only city that might ever get her to leave her beloved New York. She performed here in 2012 at the Hippodrome (with songwriters Michael Patrick Waller and Scott Evan Davis) and in 2007 at St. Paul’s Church in Knightsbridge. Her songs have been part of Notes in Heels with Paul Spicer and Julie Atherton, and she has taught master classes at several of the finest musical theater schools in the UK. Georgia wrote the original musicals Big Red Sun (Arlen Award winner with playwright John Jiler); The Danger Year (with Jamie Pachino); Samantha Spade: Ace Detective (for TADA Youth Theater with Lisa Diana Shapiro), Mosaic (for Inner Voices with Cheri Steinkellner); and The Water (with Jeff Hylton and Tim Werenko). She has released three albums of her music: This Ordinary Thursday: The Songs Of Georgia Stitt, (2007), Alphabet City Cycle (2009) and My Lifelong Love (2011). Her most recent orchestral piece, Waiting for Wings, co-written with husband Jason Robert Brown, was commissioned by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and premiered there in 2013 with conductor John Morris Russell. She was the music supervisor of the upcoming Anna Kendrick/Jeremy Jordan film The Last Five Years (to be released on Valentine’s Day 2015), she conducted Little Shop of Horrors on Broadway, wrote arrangements for Tony Bennett’s 80th birthday party, served as the vocal coach for America’s Got Talent, and played a nun in The Sound Of Music Live! on NBC TV with Carrie Underwood and Audra McDonald.

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Samantha Spade: BEHIND THE SCENES!

I’ve been hiding under headphones listening to mixes of a show I like more and more each time I get a chance to work on it. The demos will be ready to share soon, but in the meantime, Lisa Diana Shapiro has made a behind-the-scenes video of our day in the recording studio with a group of fantastic musical theater students from Pace and Northwestern. So many thanks to Amy Rogers and Ryan Scott Oliver for their help in making this happen. It’s really happening.

BEHIND THE SCENES

featuring Mary Claire Miskell, Alex Getlin, Kendyl Ito, Kelsey Lake, Kerri George, Bettina Bresnan, Sean Potter, Tony Clements, Adam Levy, Billy Goldstein, Toren Nakamura and Jamal Douglas. With Georgia Stitt on piano, Randy Landau on bass and Michael Croiter on drums and recording/mixing. Music by Georgia Stitt and Book/Lyrics by Lisa Diana Shapiro.

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Save the Date: THE LILLY AWARDS!

I’m working with Daisy Prince and Amanda Green – and the Board of The Lilly Foundation – recognizing, rewarding and promoting women in theater. It’s going to be a stellar concert of showstoppers written by women, performed by Broadway’s best!

Click here for more information!

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