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  • David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's Here Lies Love cast recording features performances by the original 2013 Public Theater cast of the Obie Award-winning Here Lies Love musical, starring Ruthie Ann Miles and Jose Llana as Imelda and Ferdinand Marcos and featuring seven new songs written for the musical. CDs include an 80-page full color book with lyrics and two essays by Byrne. Here Lies Love, raves the Daily News, "will leave you walking on air." On the album, says Playbill: "The score is revealed to be as glitteringly faceted as the production itself." PopMatters calls it "exceedingly seductive."

  • David Byrne and Fatboy Slim's Here Lies Love cast recording features performances by the original 2013 Public Theater cast of the Obie Award-winning Here Lies Love musical, starring Ruthie Ann Miles and Jose Llana as Imelda and Ferdinand Marcos and featuring seven new songs written for the musical. CDs include an 80-page full color book with lyrics and two essays by Byrne. Here Lies Love, raves the Daily News, "will leave you walking on air." On the album, says Playbill: "The score is revealed to be as glitteringly faceted as the production itself." PopMatters calls it "exceedingly seductive."

  • Go Back Home, Audra McDonald's first album in seven years, features songs by composers with whom she has long been associated (Guettel, LaChiusa, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Sondheim) and some, like the Kander & Ebb title track, relatively new to her repertoire; in addition, McDonald continues to champion works by an emerging generation of composers. "As usual," says the Los Angeles Times, "she stuns upon entrance, exit and everything else." New York raves: "It’s entirely possible that Audra McDonald is the greatest singer alive." USA Today says: "McDonald has one of the warmest, most glorious singing voices on the planet." 

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury star in the first Broadway revival of A Little Night Music. The San Francisco Chronicle describes the play, based on Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night, as "an irresistible waltz through some of Sondheim's most memorably melodic songs" and says this "cast album is a treasure." USA Today calls the album "the next best thing to seeing Lansbury's divine performance."

  • Road Show reunites Stephen Sondheim (music, lyrics) and John Weidman (book), the creative team behind 2003's Bounce, and re-examines its tale of the real-life Mizner brothers, Addison (Alexander Gemignani) and Wilson (Michael Cerveris). New York called Road Show “a boisterous picaresque about two brothers flimflamming their way from the Yukon to Boca Raton at the turn of the 20th century.”

  • Complete music—all 20 songs—from the Tim Burton–directed film (2008 Golden Globe winner for Best Picture) of the Stephen Sondheim musical starring Johnny Depp in a performance the New York Times called "stunning in every dimension." Includes an 80-page bound booklet with an introductory note by the director, lyrics, and full-color photos.

  • Soundtrack highlights from Tim Burton–directed film (2008 Golden Globe winner for Best Picture) of the Stephen Sondheim musical starring Johnny Depp in a performance the New York Times called "stunning in every dimension."

  • Variety called this Sondheim classic reimagined by director John Doyle, the 2007 Tony Award winner for Best Revival (Musical), "striking, revelatory, and thoroughly compelling." Star Raúl Esparza, says the New York Times, gives the piece "the most compelling center it has probably ever had."

  • The four-time Tony winner expands her repertoire with stunning interpretations of material by John Mayer, Rufus Wainwright, Randy Newman, Neil Young, Laura Nyro, and others, as well as by Broadway compatriot Adam Guettel. The Boston Globe called this collection “a revelation.”

  • My Life as a Fairy Tale, a plotless show based on the writings of Hans Christian Andersen, features music and lyrics by Stephin Merritt. Co-produced by Lincoln Center Festival and the Hans Christian Andersen 2005 Foundation and directed by Chen Shi-Zheng, with book by Erik Ehn, the show received its world premiered at the Lincoln Center Festival, July 2005.

  • Stephin Merritt wrote music and lyrics to this 1699 play, set in the last days of the Ming Dynasty, for a 2004 production by LA's REDCAT, directed by Chen Shi-Zheng. The Los Angeles Times said, “Merritt’s facile and often funny rhymes and breezy Broadway melodic style have an easy, natural flow that Chen then makes complex through his use of florid operatic movements.”

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