Anna Uzele, Colton Ryan, Susan Stroman, More Sign New York, New York CDs at The Drama Book Shop October 13 | Playbill

Cast Recordings & Albums Anna Uzele, Colton Ryan, Susan Stroman, More Sign New York, New York CDs at The Drama Book Shop October 13

The John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Lin-Manuel Miranda musical released a cast album last month.

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Colton Ryan, Anna Uzele, Susan Stroman, and other cast members from Broadway's Tony-nominated New York, New York are signing CDs of the show's recently released cast album at The Drama Book Shop October 13. The hour-long event will begin at 5 PM, with those interested in attending asked to RSVP via EventBrite.

The album got a two-CD physical release September 15 via Wine & Peaches, which followed a June 23 digital release. Michael Croiter, Sam Davis, and Lin-Manuel Miranda produced the recording with co-producers Sonia Friedman, Tom Kirdahy, and Craig Balsam.

Along with the score as performed on stage, the release includes never-before-heard bonus tracks of John Kander and Fred Ebb's original demos for their songs "Along Comes Love," "Wine and Peaches," and "New York, New York," along with Kander and Lin-Manuel Miranda's demo for "Can You Hear Me?" All the demos feature the songwriters themselves singing. Also included is an instrumental sing-along version of the musical's title track.

LISTEN: Hear Anna Uzele Take on the Iconic Title Number From Broadway's New York, New York

Featured on the cast recording are stars Ryan and Uzele along with Clyde Alves, John Clay III, Janet Dacal, Ben Davis, Oliver Prose, Angel Sigala, and Emily Skinner, as well as ensemble members Wendi Bergamini, Allison Blackwell, Giovanni Bonaventura, Jim Borstelmann, Lauren Carr, Mike Cefalo, Bryan J. Cortés, Kristine Covillo, Gabriella Enriquez, Haley Fish, Ashley Blair Fitzgerald, Richard Gatta, Stephen Hanna, Naomi Kakuk, Akina Kitazawa, Ian Liberto, Kevin Ligon, Leo Moctezuma, Aaron Nicholas Patterson, Alex Prakken, Dayna Marie Quincy, Julian Ramos, Drew Redington, Benjamin Rivera, Vanessa Sears, Davis Wayne, Jeff Williams, and Darius Wright.

Take a look at the full track list:

  1. "Morning in New York"
  2. "Cheering for Me Now"
  3. "Major Chord"
  4. "New York in Summer"
  5. "Better Than Before"
  6. "One of the Smart Ones"
  7. "Gold"
  8. "Wine and Peaches"
  9. "I Love Music"
  10. "My Own Music"
  11. "I’m What’s Happening Now
  12. "New York in the Rain"
  13. "A Simple Thing Like That"
  14. "Can You Hear Me?"
  15. "Happy Endings/Let’s Hear It for Me"
  16. "New York in the Snow"
  17. "Marry Me"
  18. "Along Comes Love"
  19. "San Juan Supper Club"
  20. "A Quiet Thing"
  21. "New York at Night
  22. "A Quell’ Amor"
  23. "Sorry I Asked"
  24. "But the World Goes Round"
  25. "New York Concerto"
  26. "Music, Money, Love"
  27. "Light"
  28. "New York, New York"
  29. "Can You Hear Me?" (Demo)
  30. "Along Comes Love" (Demo)
  31. "Wine and Peaches" (Demo)
  32. "New York, New York" (Demo)
  33. "New York, New York" (Instrumental)

READ: Name That Tune! A Comprehensive Guide to the Songs of New York, New York

New York, New York played its final performance at the St. James Theatre July 30 after opening April 26 and beginning previews March 24. The all-star creative team was led by five-time Tony winner Susan Stroman, who directed and choreographed with music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, a book by David Thompson and co-written by Sharon Washington, and additional lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. It earned nine Tony nominations and one Tony Award (for Beowulf Boritt's set design).

Inspired by the 1977 film written by Earl M. Rauch, New York, New York is set in Manhattan in the days after World War II is over. A collection of artists has dreams as big and diverse as the city itself, among them Francine Evans, a young singer just off the bus from Philly, destined for greatness. At least, until she encounters New York native Jimmy Doyle, a brilliant but disillusioned musician.

READ: Susan Stroman Has Been Preparing for New York, New York Since Childhood

Sam Davis led the music team as music supervisor and arranger, with orchestrations by Daryl Waters and Davis, vocal arrangements by David Loud, music direction by Alvin Hough, Jr., and music coordination by Kristy Norter.

The production featured scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by Donna Zakowska, lighting design by Ken Billington, sound design by Kai Harada, projection design by Christopher Ash and Boritt, hair and wig design by Sabana Majeed, and makeup design by Michael Clifton. Casting was by Jim Carnahan and Jason Thinger, with Johnny Milani serving as production stage manager. Spanish translations and additional text were by Michael León.

See Photos of New York, New York on Broadway

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