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How About Love
Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 7:30PM

The Green Room 42
570 Tenth Ave
4th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Join On The Quays for a special one-night-only concert at The Green Room 42 celebrating our upcoming projects including our production of RENT that will be presented this fall in Aruba after a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Featuring performances by our cast of RENT and special guests Stephanie Klemons (Hamilton), Ariana DeBose (Hamilton, A Bronx Tale), Olivia Puckett (Dear Evan Hansen), Marcus Paul James (closing Broadway cast of RENT), a cappella group The Lost Keys of NYC, and more to be announced. Come to The Green Room 42 for an evening of great music and love with our acclaimed group hosted by the Asian Glamazon herself, Pattaya Hart!

Founded in September 2016 by a group of artists from varying backgrounds, On The Quays is a new international production company based in New York City. Dedicated to creating and producing work in theatre, film, and digital media, we are inspired to tell relevant and engaging stories. We believe that collaboration is at the heart of all good artistic ventures and are committed to sharing perspectives that promote equality, empathy, and understanding. RENT would be the first fully staged musical to play at the island's 500-seat national theater--the Cas di Cultura--since it was founded in 1958. Under the direction of their new artistic director, Vicky Arens, the theater has just undergone a massive renovation and is eager to support visiting productions, especially from New York. Ms. Arens has launched several initiatives at the Parliamentary level to deepen Aruba's theatrical culture and invest its citizens in musical theater. This past September, Aruba joined just a handful of Caribbean islands that offers legal same-sex civil unions. Desiree De Sousa-Croes--an openly gay member of the Aruban Parliament and catalyst for the bill--is currently working with the Cas di Cultura to promote RENT. There couldn't be a more timely moment for a show about love and inclusivity to headline their theater season.

"RENT for a new generation. With a faultless cast, exquisite performances, and vocals that move the soul." - Scots Gay Magazine

"A tightly knit team of highly confident performers fired with boundless energy and passion." - BroadwayBaby Edinburgh

"A dynamic, authentic, extraordinarily talented cast." - Anthony Rapp (original Broadway cast)