Wednesday, May 3, 2023







Axelrod PAC presents THE PROM - MAY 5-21, 2023




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Seth's B'way Concert Series!

Starring Beth Leavel & Seth Rudetsky


Just in time for NJ Pride, Sirius XM radio host Seth Rudetsky is bringing his Broadway concert series to the Axelrod on Saturday, June 3, at 8 PM. Rudetsky is teaming up with Tony Award winner Beth Leavel (Broadway’s The Prom, The Drowsy Chaperone and Mamma Mia!) for a one-night-only special-event concert that will be filled with intimate, funny, behind-the-scenes stories mixed with incredible performances of the songs Leavel has performed on Broadway and beyond.




Jeremy Jordan & Ashley Spencer in Concert


Tony- and Grammy-nominated star Jeremy Jordan (Broadway’s Newsies, Waitress, Little Shop of Horrors) and Broadway star Ashley Spencer (Broadway’s Grease and Hairspray) make their Axelrod concert debut on Saturday, June 17, at 8 pm. Jeremy is known for his Broadway work as well as his TV appearances, including CW’s Supergirl and NBC’s Smash and films The Last 5 Years opposite Anna Kendrick, Joyful Noise with Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton. Ashley debuted on Broadway as Sandy in Grease after appearing on NBC’s You're the One That I Want!, the reality TV show to cast the 2007 revival. Jeremy and Ashley married in 2012.




Lillias White in Concert


Tony and Emmy Award winner Lillias White, currently receiving raves for her starring role in the Tony Award-winning musical Hadestown on Broadway, is internationally recognized for her work on stage and screen. Her performance in the Broadway musical The Life earned her a Tony Award. She will make her Axelrod concert debut on Sunday, August 20, at 6 PM.




Free Event - Sunday, May 7, 11 a.m.


Annie took Twenty years, Hamilton Ten years. Musicals are tricky things that make them so entertaining: music, lyrics, story, set, costumes, and choreography must be perfectly balanced and modulated.

Professor J Laurence Lowenstein, after directing ninety shows at Brookdale Community College (twenty of them musicals) decided to write one of his own. After getting the main idea from a tabloid article, he found a composer and director and had a staged reading to see if the piece worked. it did.

Next was a two-week workshop that worked even better. The musical was a finalist in the Eugene O Neill new musicals festival. After another staged reading at Two RiverTheater, Axelrod presented a full production that made the creatives very happy. But they were not through. Two new songs were added. Things that did not work went out and new things went in.

We'd like to invite theater lovers interested in the creative process to hear Larry discuss his journey with brief excerpts from the Axelrod production plus Broadway performers singing the new songs.

Admission is free and Lunch will be complimentary following the program.

Donations Welcome to Help Support Axelrod New Works Projects.

Funding Made Possible through The NJ Theater Alliance.