For one night only, Divya Maus (The Mollyhouse, Elijah, Oratorio for Living Things) emerges from behind the desk to perform her own music as it was never intended. Flanked by collaborators Daniel Weidlein and Ryan Amador, both survivors of her bullying in the writer’s room, ALONE is a concert celebrating the architecture of a song, delving into the beautiful complexity of music’s composition, creation, and impact.
Suggested Tix Price: $10
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ALONE will stream live from Ars Nova on December 5 @ 7:30pm on Ars Nova Supra. Following the live stream, you’ll be able to watch the show on-demand for up to a year. Get a cancel-anytime $15/mo subscription to stream live or on-demand.
Divya Maus is an award-winning musician whose work spans the worlds of musical theatre, pop, and choral music. Her work as a composer includes the musical THE MOLLYHOUSE (book & lyrics by Richard Hanson), the choral suites RAIN CYCLE and ASCENT, film musical ELIJAH, and the dance fantasia THE SHADOW. In addition to opening for the Beach Boys in 2014, Divya has backed up artists including Rozzi Crane and Scott Hoying, and was an original cast member of Heather Christian’s ORATORIO FOR LIVING THINGS off-Broadway.
Ryan Amador is a music, theater, and film artist based in Los Angeles. Ryan’s theater credits include an original adaptation of William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies” performed on a Manhattan rooftop (director/devisor), the premiere of “Mouthy Bitch” at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival (director), “5 Stories About Stage That Are Simply Untrue” with JA Collective at The Odyssey Theater in L.A. (director/devisor), and a new vision of Brecht/Weill’s “7 Deadly Sins” produced by Jukebox Castle in collaboration with 14 New Orleans-based chefs (director).
Daniel Weidlein is an award-winning music director and multi-hyphenate musician. He operates the boutique recording studio, BioSoul Music, in Los Angeles, CA and writes and produces music for a wide variety of artists including Miss Peppermint, Blake McGrath, PERTA, Ryan Amador, Luke Edgemon, and many more. Outside of traditional theater settings, Daniel has music directed for artists such as MORGXN, Julie Craig, collaborated with the team of HADESTOWN on their holiday album, and conducted the Budapest Recording Orchestra.
This show will take place at Ars Nova, located at 511 W 54th Street, New York, NY 10019.
Seating is general admission and first-come first-served. So, the earlier you arrive at the theater, the more choice you’ll have about where you sit! (Bonus: cheapest drinks in Midtown are at Bars Nova!)
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Tix to this show are Name Your Price starting at $5, meaning you decide what you pay! Best of all, when you name your price, 100% of the single ticket revenue is passed on directly to the show’s lead artists! You can learn more about What’s Ars Is Yours: Name Your Price Tix by visiting our How We Do It page.
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We welcome and encourage mask-wearing to protect yourself and others. However, as mask mandates have lifted and city, state and federal guidelines have changed, we will not be requiring them at performances.
We no longer require proof of vaccination, but we strongly encourage all audience members to get vaccinated and boosted in accordance with public health guidelines.
Our staff will clean and sanitize the theater and common areas and we’ll continue to provide hand sanitizer for your personal use.
Signage is posted in all spaces encouraging washing or sanitizing hands frequently.
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