Listen to Be More Chill's George Salazar Sing Smash Tune on New Joe Iconis Album

Cast Recordings & Albums   Listen to Be More Chill's George Salazar Sing Smash Tune on New Joe Iconis Album
 
Two-Player Game, out now, features Salazar on 13 tracks written by composer Iconis.

Two-Player Game, featuring songs by Joe Iconis performed by George Salazar, is now available from Ghostlight Records via digital and streaming outlets. A physical release is planned for later this summer. Check out Salazar recording "Broadway, Here I Come," written for NBC's Smash and featured on the new album, above.

<i>Two-Player Game</i>&#39;s album cover
Two-Player Game's album cover Ghostlight Records

Originally presented as a sold-out concert at Feinstein's/54 Below, Two-Player Game features Salazar on a collection of songs written by Iconis, whose credits include the Off-Broadway-bound Be More Chill, The Black Suits.

This project reunites Salazar and Iconis following the 2015 world premiere production Be More Chill at New Jersey's Two River Theater, in which Salazar created the role of Michael. Salazar will reprise his role in the recently announced Off-Broadway production, set to begin performances at Signature Theatre July 26.

Read: BE MORE CHILL WILL PLAY OFF-BROADWAY, WILL ROLAND TO STAR

The two will return to Feinstein's/54 Below for two performances celebrating Two-Player Game's release, on May 14 and 31. A limited edition of the physical release will be available for purchase at these concerts. For more information and tickets, click here.

Take a look at the album's track listing:
1. Broadway, Here I Come!
2. Two-Player Game
3. I Love Play Rehearsal
4. Tiny Short Little Song
5. Andy’s Song
6. The Answer
7. Lisa
8. The Vagabond
9. Norman
10. Song of the Brown Buffalo
11. Michael in the Bathroom
12. The Goodbye Song
13. Kaboom

Two-Player Game is produced by Ian Kagey and Kurt Deutsch.

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