CreativeMornings/NYC Open Mic

part of a series on Divergent

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We have an incredible lineup of performers ready to share their unique talents with you this Friday at 9AM EST.

It will be an energizing one-hour showcase of the creativity within our very own community that you simply won’t want to miss. 

Grab a cup of coffee, settle in, and get ready for the most refreshing Zoom call you’ve been on all week! 

Special Guest Musician: Nathan Lucrezio

After a four and a half year run in Disney’s hit Aladdin, Nathan Lucrezio is appearing as Andrew Morton and in the Ensemble of the brand new musical DIANA. A B.F.A. Musical Theatre graduate from Penn State University, Nathan has worked in the entertainment business for the past ten years. Breakout shows include Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, A Chorus Line, The Man of La Mancha, and The Last Word. Alongside his theatrical success, Nathan recently released his debut album “Nathan Lucrezio Covers Vol. 1” next to two Christmas Singles and the popular Waving Through a Window Medley. He is a Champion Irish Dancer, and has appeared in popular television shows such as SMASH, and First Wives Club. Favorite concert venues to perform at are Feinstein’s 54 Below, and Broadway at W.

Visit for links to his music and find him on social media at @nathanlucrezio.

Thank you to our Music Partner Sing For Hope

This month’s musical performance is brought to us by our music partner Sing For Hope, a NYC based organization harnessing the power of the arts to create a better world. We love their SingforHopeGrams where a professional musician will personally call and perform a song for your loved one, providing a moment of joy and musical connection. Find out more at

Volunteer Sign Interpretation by Canara Price

CreativeMornings/NewYork / Kate Bornstein
Reserved seats are available for anyone who is Deaf or hard of hearing. Email us to reserve a ticket.

About our interpreter: Canara Price volunteers in the deaf community as an interpreter for civil rights organizations, churches, and several schools and agencies. She is the founder and executive director of People’s Theatre, Inc., a non-profit organization exposing under privileged communities to the performing arts. She has produced and/or directed over 40 productions with this company. She is also an award winning producer and director as well as a member of Black Deaf Advocates, the SAG/AFTRA, National Association of Black Journalists, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and the National Council of Negro Women.

February’s Theme is Divergent

“Moments of divergence can create beautiful futures.”

Our Valencia chapter chose this month’s exploration of Divergent and Núria Tamarit illustrated it. It is presented globally by Basecamp and HEY. Learn more about this theme, attend other events, and watch talks related to this theme on the Divergent theme page.