Hear an Exclusive Track From The Bengsons’ Hundred Days Cast Album

Cast Recordings & Albums   Hear an Exclusive Track From The Bengsons’ Hundred Days Cast Album
 
Listen to “Vows” from the upcoming cast recording, available September 21.
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Shaun and Abigail Bengson Joan Marcus

In advance of the upcoming Hundred Days cast album release, Ghostlight Records is giving Playbill readers an exclusive listen to the song "Vows" from the new album. Listen to the song from The Bengsons’ acclaimed folk-punk musical below.

As previously reported, the original cast recording of Hundred Days will be available September 21 featuring the Off-Broadway cast. The show was seen last December at New York Theatre Workshop (following a run at The Public Theater’s Under the Radar) with direction by Anne Kauffman and movement by Sonya Tayeh.

In Hundred Days, real-life married couple Abigail and Shaun Bengson (the duo also behind Ars Nova's The Lucky Ones) detail the story of how they fell in love and embrace life as if they only had 100 days to live. The musical features a book co-written with The Place We Built playwright Sarah Gancher.

The cast of Hundred Days was made up of Colette Alexander, Abigail Bengson, Shaun Bengson, Jo Lampert, Dani Markham, and Reggie D. White.

The album is produced by The Bengsons, Ian Kagey, and Kurt Deutsch, with Erica Rotstein, Seaview Productions, Dashboard Lights Productions, Alexander R. Donnelly, Dana M. Lerner, and Jessie Mueller serving as executive producers.

Hundred Days was originally commissioned, developed, and produced by Z Space and piece by piece productions. The show will be performed at San Diego’s La Jolla Playhouse this fall, followed by a national tour.

The album is available to pre-order at GhostlightRecords.com.

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