Music director D. Jay Bradley, with singer Seth Sikes
For all of our shows, we make recordings--always a lot of fun.
If you're thinking of doing a production of one of our shows, we can supply demo recordings you may find helpful.
And for George M. Cohan Tonight!, The Seven Little Foys, One Night with Fanny Brice, and The Johnny Mercer Jamboree, we have CD's out (on the Sh-K-Boom and Original Cast Records labels)--available directly from the record companies or from such well-known online distributors as CDBaby.com, Amazon.com, and Footlight.com.
Sophie Howes, David Cronin, Michael T. Wright, Paul Iacono. (Paul recently made his major-film debut in "Fame.")
Seth Sikes, Keith Anderson
We're proud that some of the best singers around have recorded with us.
The photo above shows Seth Sikes and Keith Anderson, who've graced such Off-Broadway musicals as "Fame" and "Fairy Tales." (Paul Iacono, in the photo above that one, may be seen as "Neil" in the latest motion picture version of "Fame".)
Kristy Cates (at left) has played the lead in "Wicked" on Broadway and on tour.
Barrett Foa (below) has enlivened such Broadway hits as "Avenue Q," "Mama Mia," and "Spelling Bee," and has a recurring role in the TV series "NCIS: Los Angleles." You can also spot him in an LL Cool J rap video.
Lynelle Johnson, Clark Kinkade, Richard Danley
The warm soprano of Lynelle Johnson (above left) has graced productions ranging from "The Music Man" to "The Mikado." Clark Kinkade is an alumnus of the "Broadway Theatre Project"; his true voice and bright presence mark him as an artist to watch. Jamie LaVerdiere (at left) has performed on Broadway in shows ranging from "The Pirate Queen" to "The Producers"--in the latter, he understudied Matthew Broderick! David Cronin (below left) has been in the charming Encores/City Center revival of "The Apple Tree" starring Kristen Chenoweth, as well as assorted Tada Theatre Company shows. The versatile John Tartaglia (with Chip Deffaa at a recording session, below right) has starred on Broadway and in Las Vegas in "Avenue Q"--besides playing Big Bird on TV's "Sesame Steeet."
David Michael Roth (at right, in photo with Keith Anderson) did such a fine job co-starring in Winnie Holzman's "Birds of Paradise" at the Chip Deffaa Invitational Theatre Festival, we borrowed him for the "Johnny Mercer Jamboree" concept album.
Stephen Bogardus (with Chip Deffaa at a recording session, in the photo at right) has starred or co-starred in such Broadway shows as "Falsettos," "High Society," and "Love, Valour, Compasion" (reprising his role in the film version of "Love, Valour, Compassion").
Eric Anthony (below), who's made some wonderful recordings for us, is an original cast-member of the Broadway hit "Hairspray."
David Michael Roth, Keith Anderson
Stephen Bogardus, Chip Deffaa
Jon Peterson, Chip Deffaa
To order a copy of the original cast recording of GEORGE M.COHAN TONIGHT!, starring Jon Peterson, click here:
Santino Fontana (at left) has appeared in such musicals as "The Fantasticks" (off-Broadway) and "Sunday in the Park With George" (on Broadway). Song-and-dance pro LeRoy Reams (with Chip Deffaa, below) has added warmth, life and color to countless Broadway hits, including "42nd Street," "Hello Dolly!" and "The Producers." Trent Armand Kendall was lots of fun in "Bat Boy." We're delighted--and grateful--to have these wonderful performers record with us.
LeRoy Reams, Chip Deffaa
Trent Armand Kendall
Wendy Porter, Matt Helton, Bobby Belfry
Barrett Foa, Sterling Price-McKinney
Recording engineer Jason Steffan (of Steffan Studios), with Peter Charney, Alyssa Campochiaro, and Jack Saleeby, at a "Seven Little Foys" session.
The rising generation: Seth Sikes and Clark Kinkade record a number from Chip Deffaa's next musical.
Here's Kimberly Faye Greenberg recording the cast album of "One Night with Fanny Brice," which has just been released by Original Cast Records (OC-3831). It's available now from such online vendors as CDBaby.com Amazon.com and Footlight.com.
Mark Goodman, Katie Brandenstein
Production Assistant Katie Brandenstein turns the pages of the score for Music Director Mark Goodman during a recording session for "One Night with Fanny Brice."
Violinist Jonathan Russell lends his lyrical playing to the "One Night with Fanny Brice" cast album. A musical prodigy, Russell has worked with everyone from jazz greats Wynton Marsalis and Bucky Pizzarelli to young rock stars Nat and Alex Wolff (of "Naked Brothers Band" fame).
If you would like more info on the cast album of "One Night with Fanny Brice," or would like to order a copy, click here:
Here's Robert Micheli--with writer/producer Chip Deffaa, in the photo at left, and with pianist Broc Hempel and recording engineer Jason Steffan, in the photo below--at a demo recording session for Deffaa's "A Few Moments at 'MySpace Anonymous.'"
When you license a production of any of our shows, ask about the availability of demo recordings. They can be useful in helping your actors learn melodies, and get an idea about the tmpo and feel of each musical number.
Belle Calaway (from roadway's "Chicago"), recording a number with Sterling Price-McKinney
We've recently finished recording the cast album for our show "The Seven Little Foys," release by Original Cast Records. (For more details, see our page titled "Seven Foys Cast Album.")
Alex Crave, Devon Eddy, Bailey Cummings, Emily Bordonaro, recording our "Seven Little Foys" cast album
The cast album for "The Seven Little Foys" (Original Cast Records)
To order a copy of our SEVEN LITTLE FOYS cast album, please click here:
We're always glad to work with recording engineer Slau Halatyn (seen at right in the photo above). Legally blind, and possessing great ears, he's internationally known and meticulous in his work. And it's always a joy to work with Jillian Wipfler (seen at left in the photo above); she originated the role of "Mary Foy" in the first stage production of "The Seven Little Foys," and we're glad she's able to reprise her deftly nuanced performance--kindly, gentle, and yet possessing admirable strength--for our cast album/concept album.
We're happy to have Max Beer, who stars in the new motion picture "Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life," recording our "Seven Little Foys" cast album. We're recording the album at Dubway Studios, 22 floors above Broadway in New York City. The studio has been used by HBO, Nickolodeon, and such recording artists as Patti Smith and They Might Be Giants.
Zack Riopelle sings tenderly and expressively "You Remind Me Of My Mother," as we record the "Seven Little Foys" cast album at Dubway Studios in New York. (For more about the album, see the page on this web site that's titled "Seven Foys Cast Album.")
Emily Bordonaro, Bailey Cummings, at Dubway Studios, NYC, recording the "Seven Little Foys" cast album
Gathering for an early "Seven Little Foys" demo recording session in New York (from left to right): Devon Eddy, Chris Campochiaro, Alyssa Campochiaro, Peter Charney, Jack Saleeby, Dea Julien, Michael Townsend Wright