Nightlife - Adam Pascal & Larry Edoff
Pascal and Edoff’s show takes audiences on a journey through Pascal’s career on Broadway and the screen, crisscrossing genres from Broadway to pop to rock-n-roll. Pascal started singing and playing in rock bands at the age of 12, and has been playing the New York City club circuit, recording albums and starring on Broadway ever since.
In 1996 he auditioned for a little-known off-Broadway show called RENT and was eventually cast as Roger Davis, a role which earned him Drama League and Obie Awards and a 1996 Tony Nomination for Best Actor. The show went on to become a worldwide success and one of the longest running shows in New York theater history. He has reprised the role on stages around the world, including on London’s West End. In 1999 Pascal was cast as Radames in Tim Rice and Elton John’s new musical Aida, for which he received a Drama League Award. Pascal returned to the Broadway stage as the Emcee in the Sam Mendes/Rob Marshall production of Cabaret on Broadway, and later as Huey Calhoun in Memphis and Billy Flynn in Chicago.
Pascal’s screen career began in 1998 in the independent film SLC PUNK, and has gone on to include the 2005 film version of RENT, and the 2003 film School of Rock, starring alongside Jack Black. The DVD of his performance in the Tim Rice/Abba musical Chess at the Royal Albert Hall in London, alongside Idina Menzel and Josh Groban, is available globally.
Larry Edoff is an introspective and dynamic musician whose dedication to music has brought him success as an accomplished producer, bandleader, singer/songwriter,composer, and pianist. Larry has performed with and written music for great artists such as Tony Bennett, Paul Simon, The Count Basie Orchestra, Vinny Valentino, Matt Garrison, John Benitez, Jarrod Cagwin, Adam Rogers, Joel Rosenblatt, Jeff Andrews, Bill Moring, Steve Wilson, Richard Bona, El Negro and of course, Adam Pascal
Larry is creating music for contemporary ballet and modern dance choreographers that is intriguing, contrapuntal, and original. Larry's dynamic compositions move from introspection to explosive dramatic passages. Larry is an active producer and composes for TV and Film. He studied voice, piano, and composition at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, and he later studied orchestration with world-renowned composer, John Corigliano. He received his Masters degree in Music Education and Composition.