Get to Know Composer, Lyricist, and Writer Zoe Sarnak
March 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Zoe Sarnak is an award-winning composer and lyricist. After developing work with many notable institutions including the Guggenheim, Second Stage Theater and WP Theater, Sarnak bursts onto the New York scene this spring with her new musical The Lonely Few at MCC Theater. In addition, two more of Sarnak’s pieces will have 2024 world premiere productions, Galileo in the spring at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and Empire Records, later in the year, with exact dates soon to be announced.
In this evening of song and conversation, Sarnak will preview upcoming work and discuss the journey that her shows have taken from the page to the stage.
Photo Credit: Benjamin Allen
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