Drew Overcash 

Composer - Orchestrator - Producer - Starbucks Enthusiast

BOYS VS. GIRLS

JOE

Katie and Adam Moretti could not be more different for a set of twins. Adam is the president of his class and all around popular guy, while Katie is a stay-at-home, bookworm who would rather go unnoticed then have anyone even mention her name. But when Katie takes on a new student to tutor, their worlds collide and their relationships are tested. See who comes out the bigger person, who's left behind and who finds their own way in a world where it's always Boys Vs. Girls.


Featuring the songs FIND MY OWN WAY, MY WISH, LEGACY & KNOCK IT

Based on a true story, JOE is the tale of one family's struggle as they come to terms with the recent diagnosis that their eldest son has cancer. The Aldags, a family of seven, seem like the perfect family, but like any family they have their problems - husband not talking with his wife, sons keeping secrets from their parents and daughters pushing away from their mothers. Will they be able to hold on to the ties of family in their darkest hour, 

or will this be the moment that splits them apart forever?


Featuring the songs BY YOUR SIDE, ARE YOU THERE? and DO YOU LEAVE, OR, DO YOU STAY?.

RHAPSODY

TO YOU
WITH LOVE...

Gangsters, Gin and Girls - 1930's New Orleans is where the music never stops and the cops are always one step behind. Local speakeasy simply known as Rhapsody is where you can find a drink with your name on it and a lady to ease your sorrows during the depression. All you need to give in return is your loyality, cause nothing is worse then a liar. Then again, those who cross William "Lefty" Esner don't seem to stay around to long...

Featuring the song ASK ME TOO

Where better to be then a coffee shop with your friends on a Friday night in New York City. Small business owner Owen Stratton has owned "To You With Love" for over ten years. But, with Starbucks recently moving in across the street, sales are going down and the outlook is bleak. With the help of his co-workers and customers, Owen tries to find the heart in the coffee shop he calls his own.


Featuring the songs COLLIDE and

NINTH AND FORTY-SEVENTH STREET