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COUNTDOWN TO NYE
Times Square’s annual concert series celebrating the talented singer-songwriters of the theater community returns for its third season. Tune in and enjoy FREE concerts by Broadway’s multi-talented artists, from their living room to yours.
Jaime Jarrett (Wonder Boy, Queer Baby Jesus, Normativity)
Jaime Jarrett (he/him) is a Brooklyn based composer/playwright. Writing credits include: Wonder Boy (MTF ’20, NYMF’s Developmental Reading Series ’18, The Dare Tactic ’18), Queer Baby Jesus (The Lounge at Dixon Place ’19), Normativity (Polyphone Festival ’17, NYMF ’16). Jaime was a member of Musical Theatre Factory’s inaugural Makers Cohort and is a Town Stages Sokoloff Arts Fellow.
Jen Sánchez (The Rose Tattoo, Sunday in the Park with George, Pretty Woman)
An Albuquerque, New Mexico native, Jen is a Broadway actress and composer. She made her Broadway debut as Rosalia in West Side Story, where she and Karen Olivo sang "America" hundreds of times, including in concert at the White House. Her lyric-driven music has been called “defiant in its originality” filled with “unexpected humor.” She resides in New York. Follow her on Insta @hennihennisanchez
Joel Waggoner (Be More Chill, School of Rock, Southern Comfort)
Broadway: Be More Chill, School of Rock. Off-Bway: Southern Comfort (Public Theater), The Joel Waggoner Experience (Joe's Pub). Regional: Knoxville (Asolo Rep). Composer: Presto Change-o, SupaDupa Kid. Vocal Arranger: Broadway Bounty Hunter Off-Bway. MFA from NYU Tisch. “Unlikely Warrior” available on iTunes.
The Broadway Buskers concert series is curated and hosted by Ben Cameron, and co-curated by Musical Theatre Factory.
While the concerts are FREE to stream, we encourage audiences to donate to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, which provides resources and emergency financial assistance to those within the entertainment community who have been impacted by the pandemic, and the Broadway Advocacy Coalition, in support of their ongoing efforts to help Broadway heal, listen and become an anti-racist and equitable community.