Exclusive Look at Making of The Bengsons' Hundred Days Cast Album

Cast Recordings & Albums   Exclusive Look at Making of The Bengsons' Hundred Days Cast Album
 
Watch as The Bengsons record their new musical in a recording studio with a live studio audience.

Watch as The Bengsons record their critically-acclaimed new musical Hundred Days for a live studio audience above. Hundred Days is currently available for streaming and as a digital download, with a physical release planned for November 30.

READ: Track-by-Track Breakdown: The Bengsons on Crafting Their Hundred Days Score

Hundred_Days_New_York_Theatre_Workshop_Production_Photo_2017_Abigail and Shaun Bengson in HUNDRED DAYS at New York Theatre Workshop, Photo by Joan Marcus (4)_HR.jpg
Abigail and Shaun Bengson Joan Marcus

In Hundred Days, real-life married couple Abigail and Shaun Bengson (The Lucky Ones) detail the story of how they fell in love and embrace life as if they only had 100 days to live. The show featured a book co-written by Sarah Gancher (The Place We Built), movement by Sonya Tayeh, and direction by Anne Kauffman.

The work originally premiered at The Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival in January 2017, and a full production followed at New York Theatre Workshop later the same year. The musical was next seen at La Jolla Playhouse in California, where it recently completed a month-long run. A tour is up next for the work, with stops currently scheduled for Tampa and Miami in 2019.

The recording features the cast of New York Theatre Workshop's 2017 Off-Broadway production, including Colette Alexander, Abigail Bengson, Shaun Bengson, Jo Lampert, Dani Markham, and Reggie D. White.

The album is produced by The Bengsons, Ian Kagey, and Kurt Deutsch, with Erica Rotstein, Seaview Productions, Family Matters LLC, Alexander R. Donnelly, and Dana M. Lerner serving as executive producers.

For more information and to order Hundred Days, visit GhostlightRecords.com.

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