The National Youth Music Theatre presented a six-performance run of 13 at the West End's Apollo Theatre in August. The musical features a score by Tony winner Brown and a book by Dan Elish and Robert Horn.
The new recording was produced by Brown and Robin Sellars and mixed by Jon Baker.
The London cast features Jack Cashion, Lauren Ellington, Robin Franklin, Guy Harvey, Lindsay Kearns, Sienna Kelly, Tim Mahendran, Jacques Miché, Amara Okereke, Georgia Riley, Hannah Thompson, Toby Turpin and Sario Watanabe-Solomon with Alfie Glasser, Clair Gleave, Torquil Munro, Dominic Harrison, Molly-May Keston, Eddie Manning, Florence Russell and Daniel Sykes.
Musicians featured on the recording are Torquil Munro (musical director & piano), Tristan Butler (drums & percussion), Oliver Farley (guitars), Max McMahon (keyboard), Marcus Pritchard (bass guitar) and Felix Stickland (guitars).
1. 13/Becoming A Man
2. The Lamest Place In The World
3. Hey Kendra
4. One Day In October
5. Get Me What I Need
7. What It Means To Be A Friend
8. All Hail The Brain
9. Terminal Illness
10. Getting Ready
11. Any Minute
12. Good Enough
13. Being A Geek
14. Bad Bad News
15. Tell Her
16. It Can't Be True
17. If That's What It Is
18. A Little More Homework
19. Brand New You
The show revolves around "13-year-old Evan Goldman, who apparently has it all — he's popular, has the 'perfect' family and lives in the greatest city in the world — New York. That is until his parents get divorced and he's forced to move — to a small town in Indiana. Uprooted from his old life, he has to make new friends and somehow maneuver the minefield of High School to become part of the 'in-crowd.'"
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