The performance and CD signing will take place at 5 PM at the Upper East Side Barnes and Noble, located at 86th Street and Lexington Avenue. Kelli O'Hara, Steven Pasquale and Brown will be joined by additional cast members from the production.
The Bridges of Madison County earned four 2014 Tony Award nominations, including Best Original Score (Jason Robert Brown), Best Actress (Kelli O'Hara), Best Lighting Design (Donald Holder) and Best Orchestrations (Jason Robert Brown).
The digital cast album was released April 15. In its first week of release, it debuted at #1 on the Billboard Cast Recording chart. The digital album also placed #53 on the Billboard Overall Digital Albums, while also nabbing the #184 spot on the Billboard Top 200 albums.
The physical CD, which will be released May 20, will include a deluxe 32-page booklet with complete lyrics, color photos, a synopsis by Norman, notes by Brown and an essay by renowned writer and critic Jesse Green.
The musical has a book by Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Norman (The Secret Garden, 'Night Mother). The track listing follows:
"To Build a Home"
"Home Before You Know It"
"What Do You Call a Man Like That?"
"You’re Never Alone"
"Look At Me"
"The World Inside a Frame"
"Something From a Dream"
"Falling Into You"
"State Road 21"
"Who We Are And Who We Want To Be"
"Before and After You"
"One Second and a Million Miles"
"When I’m Gone"
"It All Fades Away"
Five-time Tony Award nominee O'Hara (The Light in the Piazza, South Pacific, Nice Work If You Can Get It) and Pasquale (Reasons to Be Pretty, Far From Heaven, "Rescue Me") lead the cast as Italian-American housewife Francesca Johnson and National Geographic photographer Robert Kincaid, respectively.
Tony nominee Hunter Foster (Hands on a Hardbody, Urinetown, Little Shop of Horrors) portrays Bud Johnson, with Derek Klena (Wicked) and Caitlin Kinnunen (Spring Awakening) as teenagers Michael and Carolyn Johnson, respectively.
The romantic musical centers on a brief, four-day love affair between a National Geographic photographer and an Italian-American housewife in 1965 Iowa. Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep starred in the 1995 film adaptation.
For more information visit BridgesOfMadisonCountyMusical.com.