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Something rotten! : a very new musical : original Broadway cast recording.

Kirkpatrick, Wayne, (composer,, lyricist.). Kirkpatrick, Karey. (Added Author). McCollum, Kevin. (Added Author). Deutsch, Kurt. (Added Author). Kirkpatrick, Karey, (composer,, lyricist.). O'Farrell, John, (librettist.). James, Brian D'Arcy, (singer.). Cariani, John, (singer.). Blickenstaff, Heidi, (singer.). Oscar, Brad, (singer.). Reinders, Kate, (singer.). Ashmanskas, Brooks, (singer.). Bartlett, Peter, 1942- (singer.). Vichi, Gerry, (singer.). Scott, Michael James, (singer.). Borle, Christian, (singer.). Kelly, Glen (Arranger), (arranger of music.). Reno, Phil, (musical director.). Nicholaw, Casey, (director.). Hochman, Larry, (arranger of music.).
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Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 audio file (58 min.)) : digital
  • Publisher: [United States]: Ghostlight Records, 2015.
  • Distributor: Made available through hoopla

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Welcome To The Renaissance (4:45) -- God, I Hate Shakespeare (2:44) -- Right Hand Man (2:43) -- God, I Hate Shakespeare (1:30) -- A Musical (7:47) -- Black Death (0:39) -- I Love The Way (2:49) -- Will Power (4:59) -- Bottom's Gonna Be On Top (5:30) -- Welcome To The Renaissance (0:42) -- Hard To Be The Bard (3:58) -- It's Eggs! (0:39) -- We See The Light (4:05) -- To Thine Own Self (3:58) -- Right Hand Man (1:21) -- Something Rotten! / Make An Omelette (5:54) -- To Thine Own Self (1:50) -- Finale (2:31).
Restrictions on Access Note:
Digital content provided by hoopla.
Participant or Performer Note:
Brian d'Arcy James (Nick Bottom) ; John Cariani (Nigel Bottom) ; Heidi Blickenstaff (Bea) ; Brad Oscar (Nostradamus) ; Kate Reinders (Portia) ; Brooks Ashmanskas (Brother Jeremiah) ; Peter Bartlett (Lord Clapham/Master of the Justice) ; Gerry Vichi (Shylock) ; Michael James Scott (Minstrel) ; Christan Borle (William Shakespeare).
System Details Note:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Musical theater > Production and direction > Drama.
Musical theater > Drama.
Genre: Musicals.

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