Blaine Alden Krauss @ Feinstein’s/54 Below

‘Diana DeGarmo Is Claiming Her Country Queen Crown’

Creativity struck, DeGarmo says, after performing at Pride events in New York a number of years ago and feeling surrounded by the artistic energy that she’d needed to get into album mode. She reached out to her friend in the city, composer and lyricist Dylan Glatthorn, about working together on her new album, which had become a family affair: DeGarmo asked her husband—fellow Idol alum Ace Young—to produce the project himself.

“I wanted to do something that was inspired by the music I love,” she says, pointing to country icons like Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire as a few of the influences on GEMINI. She knew that a big backing band with real instruments was crucial to creating the sounds that she wanted, telling Glatthorn “I want to combine all these things because these are the people and the world that I’ve grown up loving and been so inspired by.”

Blaine Alden Krauss Brings ‘From The Soul’ To Feinstein’s/54 Below

Blaine Alden Krauss Brings 'From The Soul' To Feinstein's/54 BelowFEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents Blaine Alden Krauss in From the Soul on October 13th, 2019. In his anticipated New York City solo concert debut, Krauss offers his vocal interpretations on funk, pop and Broadway favorites. With a bold and inspiring set list, the high-spirited evening of music will feature an eclectic influence of artists/shows such as Prince, Stephen SondheimDiana Ross, Purlie! and The Wiz. Under the musical direction of Dylan Glatthorn and with an arsenal of guest Broadway Voices, including Kinky Boots star J. Harrison Ghee, and Frozen heartthrob, Noah J. Ricketts, you won’t want to miss the feel-good show of the fall!

The evening is co-directed and produced by Artistic Director of RAAC, Mitchell Walker. Walker recently directed the sold-out run of Night of the living Dead, and served as director/producer of albums So Good and A Brass Act. Music direction is led by two-time Alan Menken Award Winning Composer and Lyricist, Dylan Glatthorn. Glatthorn, among his own original musicals (Edison, Republic), has scored music for critically acclaimed films and brands such as Nickelodeon and Red Bull. Guest Artist J. Harrison Ghee is notable for his New York Times critically praised performance as Lola in Kinky Boots. Ghee recently starred in The Sting at Papermill Playhouse along side Harry Connick Jr. Guest vocalist Noah J. Ricketts was seen on tour and Broadway in Beautiful: The Carol King Musical and currently stars as romantic lead Kristoff in the New York company of Disneys Frozen. Additional vocals will be provided by Anthony Murphy, best known for originating the Genie on the first national tour of Disney’s Aladdin and by broadway veteran and vocal powerhouse Jessica Hendy (Cats, Aida, Amour).

Blaine Alden Krauss in From the Soul plays Feinstein’s/54 Below (254 West 54th Street)on October 13th, 2019. There is a $25-35 cover charge and $25food and beverage minimum. Tickets and information are available at Tickets on the day of performance after 4:00 are only available by calling (646) 476-3551.

Diana DeGarmo’s GEMINI Now Available

Diana DeGarmo’s highly anticipated second studio album GEMINI has been released through Jimmy Buffett’s new music label, Cherry Bomb Records!

All songs written by Diana DeGarmo (BMI) and Dylan Glatthorn (ASCAP)
[*except TNT by Angus Young, Malcom Young, & Bon Scott]





“Bittersweet Lullaby” Wins @ Players Theatre Short Play Festival

“Bittersweet Lullaby”, a short musical by Will Lacker and Dylan Glatthorn, is the week two winner of the 9th annual Players Theatre Short Play Festival – NYC 2019!

“Bittersweet Lullaby” is the story of two struggling songwriters living in the same apartment decades apart. In one magical night, their voices connect through time, and they begin a collaboration that leaves them forever changed.

The production was directed by Will Lacker, and Dylan Glatthorn composed the music and lyrics as well as served as the Musical Director of the production. The show featured Paul Pilcz as Man and Michelle Dowdy as Woman.

“Bittersweet Lullaby” set to premiere @ Sound Bites Festival

Theatre Now New York has selected its roster of talent for its SOUND BITES 6.0 festival, featuring ten ten-minute musicals. The event will take place April 2 at Merkin Hall in Kaufman Music Center.

Among this year’s selections are musicals in which three of literature’s greatest lovers come to life, Gollum runs a smoothie shop, an Aesop’s fable is retold, and an eighth grader fights inherent sexism in middle school.

Up-and-coming musical theatre professionals will present their works to compete for Best Musical, Best Direction, Best Book, Best Choreography, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Music, and Best Lyrics. A panel of industry professionals will determine winners for most of the categories, however, the public is invited to attend and will be able to vote for the Audience Choice Award. Finalists will join an alumni network of previous SOUND BITES participants and may receive further opportunities to develop their work.

The producing team includes Theatre Now New York Producing Artistic Director Thomas Morrissey, Producing Director Chris Giordano, and Managing Director Liz Doyle.

Tickets are on sale now at

See below for the full line up of titles and creators.

Ant and Grasshopper
Book and Lyrics by A. J. Freeman, Music by Dimitri Landrain

Behind The Bar
Book and Lyrics by Audrey Martells, Music by Audrey Martells and Etienne Stadwijk

Bittersweet Lullaby
Book by Will Lacker, Music and Lyrics by Dylan Glatthorn

Bleeding Kansas
Book by Anderson Cook, Music and Lyrics by Ben Lapidus and Amanda D’Archangelis

Book Lovers
Book and Lyrics by Talaura Harms, Music by Jonathan Bauerfeld

Eighth Grade President
Book and Lyrics by Jacey Powers, Music and Lyrics by Ashkon Davaran

Gollum Owned a Tropical Smoothie
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Ethan Crystal and Garrett Poladian

Jack & Jill
Book and Lyrics by Zackry Childers, Music by Patrick Thompson

Maya & Me
Book and Music by Cheeyang Ng, Book and Lyrics by Kathy Ng

The Only Thing That Matters
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Chris Kerrigan