The Liz Swados Project - Joe's Pub Live!
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The Liz Swados Project celebrates the release of the tribute album to the visionary composer, lyricist, performer, teacher, and trailblazer. The evening features performances from an epic family of artists including Heather Christian, Damon Daunno, Amber Gray, Stephanie Hsu, Grace McLean, Alicia Olatuja, Ali Stroker, and Taylor Mac, with world premiere music video by Sophia Anne Caruso and a special appearance by Utkarsh Ambudkar.
“Her work pulsed with the life of the times she lived in, and the reverberation rings out loud and clear on the new record, which is notable in part for the breathtaking range of its styles—from lush pop to grabby dissonance, from campy excess to koan-like simplicity.” – American Theater
“There is no shortage of show-stopping vocals and beautiful storytelling - with something for every taste and chock full of raw emotion to express the innermost layers of the human soul.” – BroadwayWorld.com
“The almost 20 songs here fully showcase the depth and breadth of her talents as a composer, lyricist, and storyteller. With impassioned performances by so many artists influenced by her body of work, The Liz Swados Project proves that her songs will, indeed, live on.” – The Second Disc
“A mixture of powerful, eclectic, experimental and humorous genres, this is one amazing album that all theatre music lovers should have in their collection.” – Musical Theatre Review
Like all Joe's Pub shows, all ages are welcome, but please be aware that performances may include adult language and topics.