Corinna Sowers-Adler Delivers “Something Beautiful” Just When We Need It Most
On November 5th, two-time Tony nominee for Excellence in Theater Education, Corinna Sowers-Adler debuted her show “Something Beautiful” in the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
The show, which incorporated both well-known and lesser known songs spanning genres from country to pop to Broadway, was crafted to uplift and remind and encourage us all to bring and to be “something beautiful” in this world. And it succeeded.
Sprinkled with humor, and accompanied by Broadway musical veteran Lawrence Yurman on piano, Christian Fabian on bass, and Colleen Clark on drums, Sowers-Adler delivered a musical journey that took the audience from laughter to tears and back again seamlessly and seemingly effortlessly.
Also joining Sowers-Adler on stage during parts of the show, were award-winning Broadway star T. Oliver Reid, dancer Lisa Grimes, and many of Sowers-Adler’s New Jersey theater and voice students, who clearly displayed exactly why she has been a Tony nominee for education. They not only showed poise and talent well beyond their years, but they and she exuded a boundless joy and love for the work itself that was both palpable and contagious.
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