South Pacific Cast Performs at Barnes and Noble June 5

News   South Pacific Cast Performs at Barnes and Noble June 5 The cast of South Pacific – including Tony nominees Kelli O'Hara, Paulo Szot, Loretta Ables Sayre and Danny Burstein – perform at the Lincoln Triangle Barnes and Noble June 5.

Also in attendance for the 5 PM performance and signing will be cast member Matthew Morrison as well as "South Pacific Companion" author Laurence Maslon.

Released on the Masterworks Broadway label on May 27, the single CD of the 2008 revival features complete lyrics, synopsis, color production photos, and an essay by Lincoln Center Theater artistic director Andre Bishop.

The Barnes and Noble website offers South Pacific fans the opportunity to download bonus tracks not included on the disc. The tracks include "Billis Bali Ha'i," "Cable Hears Bali Ha'i," "Company Street" and orchestral/karaoke tracks of "A Wonderful Guy," "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" and "Some Enchanted Evening."

The new Lincoln Center Theater staging includes the song "My Girl Back Home." A duet between Lt. Cable and Nellie Forbush, the song was cut from the original Broadway production but reinstated for the 1958 film adaptation. South Pacific also boasts a 30-piece orchestra performing the musical's original orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett and dance and incidental music arrangements by Trude Rittmann.

The complete track listing for the South Pacific CD follows:
Overture
Dites-Moi
A Cockeyed Optimist
Twin Soliloquies
Some Enchanted Evening
Bloody Mary
There Is Nothin' Like a Dame
Bali Ha'i
My Girl Back Home
I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair
Reprise: Some Enchanted Evening
Wonderful Guy
Reprise: Bali Ha'i
Younger Than Springtime
Reprise: A Wonderful Guy
This Is How It Feels
Finale Act I
Entr'acte
Happy Talk
Reprise: Younger Than Springtime
Honey Bun
You've Got to Be Carefully Taught
This Nearly Was Mine
Reprise: Some Enchanted Evening
Reprise: Honey Bun
Finale Ultimo The Barnes and Noble at Lincoln Triangle is located at 1972 Broadway at 66th Street in Manhattan. For further information call (212) 595-6859 or visit www.bn.com.

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