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Rebecca Larkin: It's Quiet Uptown / My Shot

Broadway Sings for Pride

Rebecca Larkin is an actress and director, known for the short films "The Rub" (2017), "The Mariner's Revenge" (2014), and "Understanding Conflict" (2013), as well as her appearances on Broadway. Larkin made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award winning Lincoln Center Revival of "South Pacific", where she played the role of Liat.

"South Pacific" is a musical composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and book by Hammerstein and Joshua Logan. The work premiered in 1949 on Broadway and was an immediate hit, running for 1,925 performances. The plot is based on James A. Michener's Pulitzer Prize winning 1947 book "Tales of the South Pacific" and combines elements of several of those stories. Rodgers and Hammerstein believed they could write a musical based on Michener's work that would be financially successful and, at the same time, send a strong progressive message on racism.

Larkin has also performed in the Tony Award winning Broadway production of "Avenue Q", as well as the 1st National Tour of "Barbie Live! in Fairytopia". Larkin's New York credits include "Sondheim! The Birthday Concert", the 24th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition, and the 21st Annual Gypsy of the Year. Regionally, Larkin has performed in productions for "Rent" and "Miss Saigon". She has also worked at Disney Cruise Line and Woodloch Resort.

On June 26, 2017, Broadway Sings for Pride premiered its 7th anniversary benefit concert "Unstoppable" in New York City, at Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan. This milestone event was filled with singing (from pop to Broadway), stories, special celebrity guests, and more. Proceeds of the event were donated to Tyler Clementi Foundation and Orlando's Contigo Fund. Broadway Sings for Pride is a multiple award-winning, non-for-profit organization that brings together Broadway talent, activists, and celebrities, to educate the public, raise awareness of the needs of LGBTQ+ youth, and support these young people.

Larkin performed the songs "It's Quiet Uptown" and "My Shot" during the benefit concert, where Shefik served as Videographer. "It's Quiet Uptown" is the 18th song from Act 2 of the musical "Hamilton". Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote both the music and lyrics to the song. The song takes place in the 2nd act of the musical, as the characters Alexander Hamilton and his wife Eliza grieve over their son's death.

"My Shot" is the 3rd song from Act 1 of the musical "Hamilton". Miranda wrote both the music and lyrics to the song . During Larkin's performance of "My Shot", she was accompanied on-stage by Kristen Alyson Browne (ABC's "Quantico"), Russell Fischer (Broadway's "Jersey Boys"), Angelo Luis Rios ("Jesus Christ Superstar" National Tour), and Kristin Yancy (Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra).


  • Videographer: Shefik

Last Updated: May 8, 2023

About Shefik

Celebrating over 25 years in the entertainment industry, Shefik has held senior-level positions at many Fortune 500 companies and celebrated brands, including IBM, NBCUniversal, and MTV World. He currently serves as a Technical Lead at NBCUniversal. His work has been featured in television broadcasts and video productions for TIME, The Washington Center, "Unsung" (TV One), and Broadway World. He is currently the Executive Producer and Host of the nationally syndicated radio show "Shefik presents Invocation", which is broadcast on over 20 terrestrial radio stations and frequencies throughout the United States, as well as the internationally distributed video series of the same name via Prime Video and other notable outlets.

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