Broadway Meows is an annual concert of Seth Bisen-Hersh's songs, with the proceeds going to the Humane Society Of New York.

The FIFTH Annual:
Featuring the songs of SETH BISEN-HERSH

JUSTIN BARNETTE (Encores! Fiorello!)
ELYSE BEYER (Judy and Me
BRIAN CHILDERS (Danny and Sylvia)
DANA COSTELLO (Jekyll & Hyde)
KIMBERLY FAYE GREENBERG (One Night with Fanny Brice)
LARA JANINE (Rock of Ages)
RORI NOGEE (Showgirls! the Musical)
CASSIE OKENKA (Bonnie and Clyde)
ADAM SHAPIRO (2013 MAC Award Winner)
STACY SHIRK (Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog)
HALEY SWINDAL (Jekyll & Hyde)


$15 Cover/ 2 Drink Minimum (cash only)
Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th St.
Call for reservations after 4: 212-757-0788 or online at

Produced by Dennis Fowler
Directed by Melissa Meli
Stage Manager: Heather Ber

Pictures and videos: Photo Spread

Who Knows Why? Sung by Melissa Mitchell
The Honey in My Tea Sung by Miriam Kushel & Adam Shapiro
Sonnet 57 Sung by Stacy Shirk
Dear Facebook Sung by Kimberly Faye Greenberg
Hey! Sung by Elyse Beyer
Dreams Sung by Karmine Alers

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Would you like to support Broadway Meows, but cannot attend? Please click the link below to donate to the concert, so that the expenses will not have to be taken out of the proceeds! THANK YOU for your generous donation - we GREATLY appreciate it, as do the puppies and kitties whose lives are getting saved daily!!

The 4th Annual Broadway Meows, held on Monday, July 23rd at 7pm featured Gisela Adisa, Seth Bisen-Hersh, Toby Blackwell, Lanene Charters, Hannah DelMonte, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Lara Janine, Kaitlin Kiyan, Miriam Kushel, Anthony Lee Medina, Kristen Michelle, Elly Noble, Rori Nogee, Joi Danielle Price, Kristine Reese, Cailan Rose, Brian Shaw, Adam Shapiro and Tiffany Stoker. The concert was be produced by Dennis Fowler, directed by Laura Pestronk, stage managed by Amanda Rosenberg.

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Here are videos from the 2012 concert:

Smart Phone Sung by Seth Bisen-Hersh
Sunrise Sung by Lara Janine
It Just Happened Sung by Katie Kiyan
Eat Dessert First! Sung by Joi Danielle Price

The 3rd Annual Broadway Meows, held on Monday, July 18th at 7pm featured Seth Bisen-Hersh, Lanene Charters, Brian Childers, Sean Patrick Doyle, Russell Fischer, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Lara Janine, Stephanie Klemons, Ryan Link, Garrett Long, Olivia Oguma, Brian Charles Rooney, Mackenzie Thomas, Kristen Beth Williams and Elisa Winter. Furthermore, the concert featured a preview of Seth Bisen-Hersh's upcoming Off-Broadway musical, Love Quirks featuring its original cast: Crystal Davidson, Nathan Freeman, Rori Nogee and Brian Shaw. The concert was be produced by Dennis Fowler, directed by Laura Pestronk, stage managed by Rich Abrams with Emma Peele coordinating production.

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The 2nd Annual Broadway Meows, held on Monday, July 19th, 2010 was sold out. It featured the performances of Seth Bisen-Hersh, Brian Childers, Bryan Fenkart, Russell Fischer, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Autumn Hurlbert, Lara Janine, Brianne Moore, Brooke Sunny Moriber, Ryan Neller, Olivia Oguma, Mary Orzano, Kate Rockwell, Brian Charles Rooney, Brandon Ruckdashel, Kevin Vortmann, Correy West and Kristen Beth Williams.

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Can You Believe? (Brooke Sunny Moriber)
This is Awkward... (Autumn Hurlbert)
In Love (Brian Charles Rooney)
Something More (Correy West)

The 2009 concert featured Elyse Beyer, Seth Bisen-Hersh, Brian Childers, Jenna Coker-Jones, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Westley Todd Holiday, Autumn Hurlbert, Christopher Kale Jones, Mary Orzano, Zach Reiner-Harris, Sarah Rice, Brandon Ruckdashel and Darryl Winslow.

The following is a transcript of a review by Mark Savitt of the Manhattan Cable show, HI! DRAMA:

"Broadway Meows was a really enjoyable benefit concert for the Humane Society of New York. I felt bad I didn't have any extra money to give them, so please contribute if you can. It featured the songs of Seth Bisen-Hersh, and he was like the emcee. I had never seen him before so I didn't really know him, but his first song was about being obsessive compulsive, and he certainly seems to be but in a charming and funny way. And his friends, including the incredibly handsome Brandon Ruckdashel, were singing songs about being animals, or being rejected in love or wanting to find a lover, putting up pictures of their cats and dogs. Brandon didn't have any cat, but he put up a picture of his favorite Kitty... Kitty Carlisle... it was really nice, and Don't Tell Mama's a fun place to be, so if they do something like this again - please go!"

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