Patti Murin, Audrey Weston and Kimiko Glenn Sing "Hey Boys" from Love's Labour's Lost, A New Musical (Audio)

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14 May 2013

Patti Murin
Patti Murin

Patti Murin, Audrey Weston and Kimiko Glenn perform a new song from the upcoming Shakespeare in the Park world-premiere musical Love's Labour's Lost.

Featuring a score by Michael Friedman and a book by two-time Tony nominee Alex Timbers (Peter and the Starcatcher, Rocky, Here Lies Love), the production marks the first new Shakespeare-based musical to be produced at the Delacorte since the Tony-winning Galt MacDermot musical Two Gentlemen of Verona premiered there in 1971 prior to a Broadway run. Timbers will direct the production that runs July 23-Aug. 18.

Each week the Public Theater is sharing a new song from the production.

This week, the Public offers "Hey Boys" featuring Murin (Lysistrata Jones), Weston and Glenn (Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots).



Check out previous tracks from the production below:

"Change of Heart," performed by Colin Donnell, who will also star in the summer production. 

Lindsay Mendez (Dogfight, Godspell) performs "Love's a Gun":

Love's Labour's Lost, A New Musical will feature Daniel Breaker (King of Navarre), Kevin Del Aguila (Dull), Colin Donnell (Berowne), Andrew Durand (Boyet), Kimiko Glenn (Maria), Jeff Hiller (Nathaniel), Rebecca Naomi Jones (Jaquenetta), Justin Levine (Moth), Patti Murin (Princess), Lucas Near-Verbrugghe (Dumaine), Bryce Pinkham (Longaville), Charlie Pollock (Costard), Caesar Samayoa (Don Armado), Maria Thayer (Rosaline) and Audrey Lynn Weston (Katherine).

Love's Labour's Lost will also have scenic design by John Lee Beatty, with costume design by Jennifer Moeller, lighting design by Jeff Croiter and sound design by Acme Sound Partners.

Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park are free and are distributed, two per person, at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park the day of the show. The Public Theater is again offering free tickets through its Virtual Ticketing lottery at shakespeareinthepark.org on the day of the show.

The Delacorte Theater in Central Park is accessible by entering at 81st Street and Central Park West or at 79th Street and Fifth Avenue.