54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, again presents a cast of (mostly) Harvard and Yale grads and current students in The Seventh Annual Harvard-Yale Cantata: A New Chapter on September 15 @ 9:30 pm. Come join as the Harvard-Yale Cantata goes on a new path! Most years, the Cantata, like the Regatta, is a competition. Pitting Harvard songs and performers against Yale songs and performers, Yale leads the series, 5 to 1, but some of those victories have happened with razor-thin margins, owing to the high quality of everyone’s work. This year, the victorious Yale team, headed by music director and team captain Farrah Rothman, will oversee a departure from the competitive format. This just feels like a time when all should be working together. Farrah (Yale ’19) and producer Tom Toce (Yale ’78) are planning a program featuring alumni performers and songs from Yale, Harvard, and lots of other Ivy and non-Ivy League colleges. Updated information about all the special songs and performers to come.

The Harvard and Yale songwriters will include perennial Cantata favorite John Forster (“Entering Marion”), Matt Corriel (Moss Hart Award winner for Intervention), and Tom Toce (MAC Award winner for “Shalom, Santa”). Past judges (and Princeton alums) Bob Stillman (Tony nominations as a performer for Dirty Blonde and as a songwriter for Urban Cowboy) and Cheryl Davis (winner of a Writers’ Guild Award and a Kleban Award) will also contribute songs. Tickets HERE. www.54Below.com