Keen artistic director Jonathan Silverstein staged the extended Off-Broadway production that returned to New York last fall. The production featured new songs and a modern-day twist.
Joel Moss produced the new album, with Kurt Deutsch serving as executive producer. Musical director is John Bell. Marry Me A Little will be released in stores Nov. 19.
Created by original Sweeney Todd cast member Craig Lucas and Norman René, the original Off-Broadway run of Marry Me a Little debuted in 1981 starring Lucas and Suzanne Henry at the Actors' Playhouse.
This updated production of Marry Me a Little featured several new songs, including "Rainbows," a duet penned for the Baker and his Wife in a previous film treatment of Into the Woods. It replaced "Two Fairytales."
Also added were "Yoo-Hoo!," cut from Sunday In the Park With George, replacing "Pour La Sport"; and the Follies song "Ah But Underneath," replacing "Uptown, Downtown."
Marry Me a Little includes such songs as "So Many People," "The Girls of Summer," "All Things Bright and Beautiful," "There Won't Be Trumpets," "Can That Boy Foxtrot," "Bang!," "Your Eyes Are Blue," "Happily Ever After," "It Wasn't Meant to Happen" and "A Moment with You."
Molina has been seen on Broadway in Rock of Ages and Sweeney Todd, as well as Mary Zimmerman's Candide at the Huntington, Goodman and Shakespeare theatres. Tam appeared on Broadway in Lysistrata Jones, A Chorus Line and Les Misérables.