Blazer, Borle, Callaway and Charles Featured on New CD

News   Blazer, Borle, Callaway and Charles Featured on New CD Christian Borle, currently on Broadway in the hit new musical Spamalot, is one of several theatre favorites that can be heard on a new 20-track CD.
Christian Borle
Christian Borle

Entitled "Time After Time/Dodsworth: New Songs from New Musicals," the recording features songs from two musicals penned by composer Jeffrey Saver and lyricist Stephen Cole. Recorded live on Sept. 19, 2004, the CD also features the vocal talents of Judy Blazer, Liz Callaway and Walter Charles.

The complete track listing for "Time After Time/Dodsworth" follows:
from Dodsworth
"Wherever The Party Is"
"A Woman Of A Certain Age"
"Bishop's Light"
"Seventeen"
"Don't"
"One More Summer"
"Easy"
"Who Will Love You Now?"
"Without The Words"
"Confession"
"One More Star Will Be Dancing"

from Time After Time
"Utopia"
"Watch My Interest Accrue"
"More Than I Had Ever Dared To Dream"
"One Little Day"
"A.T.M."
"The Dream Has Just Begun"
"No One In The World"
"Time After Time"
"Singing Our Own Song"

Hal Linden and Dee Hoty starred in the world premiere of Dodsworth at Casa Mana Musicals; a revised version starring John Cullum played the National Alliance Festival. Several readings of Time After Time have been presented, and the musical will be produced in 2006 at a venue to be announced.

Lyricist Stephen Cole also penned Saturday Night at Grossinger's and is currently working with Marni Nixon on her memoirs, "Marni: My Life as Ghost." His musical Aspire — with music by David Krane — will be the first original musical to premiere in Qatar this fall. Composer Jeffrey Saver is the associate conductor for Broadway's Chicago.

The recording has a retail price of $15.95. Net proceeds from the recording will benefit UNICEF. For more information, visit Footlight Records at www.footlight.com.