Rockwell: Table & Stage proudly presents Scott Alan.
Scott Alan wrote the book, music and lyrics for the musical Detour in Los Angeles. Since returning to New York City five years ago, many of Broadway's elite have sung his music, including Liz Callaway, Jonathan Groff, Shoshana Bean, Adriane Lenox, Stephanie J. Block, Cheyenne Jackson, Eden Espinosa and more, all of which can be found featured on his debut CD Dreaming Wide Awake: The Music of Scott Alan now available on his website and iTunes. He has sold out concerts of his music in New York City, London, Germany, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles and Australia.
In October 2008, Alan released the follow up CD, Keys, which features more of Broadway and West End elite singing his work, including Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis, Kerry Ellis, Randy Graff, Megan Hilty, Hadley Fraser, Julia Murney and many more.
In the fall of 2010, Alan released his newest album, What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up., featuring Christiane Noll, Darius de Haas, Christopher Sieber, Willemijn Verkaik, Patina Miller and more. On June 26th, Alan released his fourth album, LIVE, recorded at the famed Birdland Jazz Club in New York City. This recording featured Samantha Barks, Lea Salonga, Jane Monheit, Marc Broussard, Ramin Karimloo, Pentatonix and many of today’s brightest Brodway and West End stars.
On May 24th, Alan’s compositions, ‘It’s Good to See You Again’ was featured on the premiere episode of the ninth season of So You Think You Can Dance. His song, If I Own Today closes the documentary The Standby about Broadway Standbys.
His love for new talent helped conceive and produce the acclaimed monthly series, 'Monday Nights, New Voices' at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, which just ended it’s seventh and final, year. The series honors and celebrates new vocalists and new writers in the theatre community. Alan also produced and directed the Neo2 Benefit Concert at the York Theatre in 2006 featuring some of todays brightest up and coming composers and lyricists, sung by some of Broadways greatest performers.
Seating is fixed. Patrons will be assigned a seat but can adjust it when purchasing tickets online. Doors open 90 minutes prior to the show. Rockwell: Table & Stage is an intimate venue with close seating quarters, and tries to accommodate as many patrons as possible. Be prepared to make new friends.
Please note that parties cannot be changed or combined once you've chosen your seats and purchased your tickets. Ticket sales are final, no exchanges or refunds.
While performances at Rockwell: Table & Stage are not restricted to 21+, many of our performances do include mature content, and patrons under the age of 21 are prohibited by law from sitting in certain areas of the venue without exception.
Guests are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy Rockwell: Table & Stage cuisine and cocktails. There is a two item minimum.
LATE SEATING POLICY: All tickets and reservations are released at scheduled showtime.
For additional information, please call (323) 661-6163 ext. 20.
Valet parking is available behind the restaurant.