About
A multi-stage event spanning 15 blocks along Lexington Ave (79th to 94th Streets) on New York City’s Upper East Side. 92Y’s Street Fest is a free, public outdoor festival with performances and activities for adults and children of all ages. Last year, Street Fest had over 225,000 people in attendance and this year promises to be even better.
Sunday, September 18, 12-5 pm
Main Stage Schedule
Time Artist Description
12:10 - 12:20 Waitress Cast members Molly Jobe and Henry Gottfried perform original songs from Grammy® Award-winner Sara Bareilles’s hit Broadway musical.
12:22 - 12:26 Chicago Broadway’s Matron Mama Morton, NaTasha Y. Williams, sings “When You’re Good to Mama,” from the #1 longest-running American musical.
12:28 - 12:31 Matilda A performance of “Naughty” from the Tony® Award-winning Broadway musical based on Roald Dahl’s classic story.
12:33 - 12:36 Fiddler on the Roof The classic musical is back on Broadway; hear the joyful and funny “Miracle of Miracles.”
12:38 - 12:43 Beautiful Cast from the Broadway musical based on the life and music of the great Carole King perform “Beautiful” and “I Feel the Earth Move.”
12:45 - 1:00 An American in Paris Last year’s Best Musical (Drama League, Outer Critics Circle) features gorgeous Gershwin songs like ‘S Wonderful. Cast members perform "Shall We Dance," "Who Cares? / For You, For Me For Evermore / But Not For Me," "I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise," "‘S Wonderful"
1:30 - 2:00 Jamie Reynolds with Melissa Stylianou Direct from New York City’s top jazz clubs, pianist Jamie Reynolds and vocalist Melissa Stylianou and company perform a set of jazz standards and favorites.
2:10 - 2:35 Ed MacEachen With Joe Fitzgerald (bass) and Marcello Pellitteri (drums), this group brings you the songs of American jazz legend Thelonious Monk.
2:45 - 3:10 Sarah Tolar 92Y School of Music faculty member Sarah Tolar is an accomplished singer-songwriter; she delivers jazzy new music from her latest release, Vision.
3:25 - 3:35 Wianek Polish Folk Dance Company (via Consulate General of Poland) Wianek Polish Folk Dance is a 10 years old organization propagating Polish culture through exhibition of Polish folk dances and songs from numerous regions of Poland. Performers take pride in their heritage and want to share it with others.
3:35 - 3:45 Syzokrlyli Dance Ensemble (via Ukrainian Institute of America) In 1978, master teacher and choreographer Roma Pryma Bohachevsky founded Syzokryli Ukrainian Dance Ensemble, fulfilling the need for a premiere Ukrainian Dance Ensemble in the United States. Syzokryli is currently based in New York City.
3:55 - 4:15 Yin Yue Dance Company Innovative contemporary dance, choreographed and performed by Yin Yue. Also featuring a duet performed by Grace Whitworth and Lissa Smith.
4:15 - 4:30 Erica Saucedo in collaboration with Kaitlyn Bishop, part of Johnnie Cruise Mercer/TheREDProjectNYC An original dance piece to music by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra.
4:30 - 4:40 Anthony Aiu and Kaina Quenga Original dance works Ote’a Manavai (performed to traditional Tahitian drums) and Tatau Tupana.
4:40 - 4:45 92Y Musical Theatre Development Lab
Courtney Laine Self, Megan Doyle, Stephen M. Cyr
A sneak preview of an innovative musical that examines how dance can be used to propel narrative and character within musical theatre. Premiering this coming spring in 92Y’s April Dig Dance series.
4:45 - 4:50 Community Dance Project NYC Musical theatre and contemporary jazz infused dance, performed by the CCPNYC, which serves the community with monthly performances at nursing homes and community centers. Set to music from Meet Me in St. Louis, Peter Pan, and original composers Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk.
Kidcentral Stage Schedule
Time Artist Description
12:3 - 1:30 92Y Kids - with Ann Hoyt Vocal performances from gifted 92Y School of Music students, accompanied by Peter Yarin of Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks.
1:40 - 2:10 92Y Junior Performance Dance Team Young dancers and choreographers perform a mix of jazz, hip-hop and tap to upbeat songs like Justin Timberlake's “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”
2:20 - 2:40 Matt Check 92Y's Director of Jewish Education is also a talented singer-songwriter. He accompanies himself on banjo for a set of snappy bluegrass.
2:50 - 3:20 92Y Junior Performance Dance Team More jazz, hip-hop and tap set to a fun mix of music, including “I Can Make You Dance” by Dance Moms star JoJo Siwa.
3:30 - 4:30 Tiffany Schleigh’s “Cabaret for a Cause” Kids Young stars of Broadway, film and TV sing pop hits and their favorite songs from the shows they've performed in.

Mavis Simpson-Ernst, Hailey LaBar, Taylor Richardson

"Opening Up" from Waitress

Presley Ryan

"Everlasting" from Tuck Everlasting

Ellie Poon and William Poon

"Travel Song" from Shrek

Gabriella Baldacchino

"Lost Boy" by Ruth B

Ava DeMary, Sophia Gennusa, Madilyn Jaz Morrow and Sawyer Nunes

"P.Y.T." (Pretty Young Thing) by Michael Jackson

Eleanor Koski

"Castle on a Cloud" from Les Miserables

Heidi Gray

"Tomorrow" from Annie

Adaiah Stevens and Sheariah Stevens

TBD

Hailey LaBar

"She Used to be Mine" from Waitress

Sawyer Nunes

TBD

Sam Poon and Samantha Cutler

"Spring Awakening" from Spring Awakening

Lilyana Cornell, Lily Brooks O'Briant, Rileigh Skye McDonald, Ava Ulloa

"If Only You Would Listen" from School of Rock

Lily Brooks O'Briant

"Ring of Keys" from Fun Home

Alessandra Baldacchino

"Quiet" from Matilda

Zell Steele Morrow

"I Want you Back" by The Jackson 5

Beada Briglia, Heidi Gray, Abbey Rose Gould, Leah Rose and Taylor Richardson

"Fight Song" by Rachel Platten

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Sponsor Benefits

92Y partners with global brands, agencies, publishers, startups and platform companies to provide deep level engagement with hyper-connected New Yorkers on the Upper East Side.

BRANDED EXPERIENCES

92Y will work with your brand to custom design a branded experience that suits almost any budget. We can even work with you on creative including ideation, strategy, design and execution.

CONTENT & PROGRAMMING

Street Fest’s programming team can lead curation, program design and execution of a single activation or create a larger partnership incorporating other 92Y properties throughout the year.

See the Testimonial from JDate — 2015 MainStage Sponsor

For more information, email or call Jennifer Shapiro Schutzman, Director, Marketing & Business Development, at 212.415.5732.