Part of Barnes & Noble's "Live at Lincoln" series, the event at the Lincoln Square location will feature Tony Award winners (and currently Tony-nominated) co-stars Audra McDonald and John Cullum along with Steve Kazee and more.
Doors will open at 5 PM for the 5:30 PM event. Barnes & Noble's Lincoln Square is located at 1972 Broadway (at 66th Street) in Manhattan.
McDonald, Kazee, Cullum and company cut the cast recording April 23 at Legacy Studios. Steven Epstein (The Light in the Piazza, Grey Gardens) produced the album. The recording is also currently available through the PS Classics website.
The 21-track CD also includes a 32-page full-color booklet with essay, synopsis, complete lyrics and production photographs.
The track listing follows:
"Gonna Be Another Hot Day"
"Lizzie's Comin' Home"
"Love, Don't Turn Away"
"The Hungry Men"
"The Rain Song"
"You're Not Fooling Me"
"A Man and a Woman"
"She walked out on me..."
"Stay and talk..."
"Simple Little Things"
"Little Red Hat"
"Is It Really Me?"
"The Rain Song" (reprise) For more information on the recording, visit psclassics.com.
110 in the Shade is a musical take on Nash's play The Rainmaker by the team that created The Fantasticks. As production notes reveal, "The mercurial Starbuck (Kazee) promises rain for a drought-stricken town and passion for the stalwart but resigned Lizzie (McDonald)." Cullum plays the role of patriarch H. C. Curry.
Lonny Price (A Class Act, "Master Harold"...and the boys) directs the Harvey Schmidt, Tom Jones and N. Richard Nash musical that began previews April 13 for the Roundabout Theatre Company at Broadway's Studio 54. The show officially opened May 9 for a limited run which has extended two weeks through July 29.
Stars McDonald and Cullum were just nominated for Tony Awards for their work as well as orchestrator Jonathan Tunick, lighting designer Christopher Akerlind and the production itself for Best Revival of a Musical.
The cast also features Broadway newcomer Chris Butler (Yellowman - L.A. Ovation Award), Carla Duren (Hairspray Las Vegas) and Broadway veterans Christopher Innvar (Les Misérables) and Bobby Steggert (Master Harold…and the boys).
Tickets are on sale at the Studio 54 Box Office, 254 West 54th Street, by phone at (212) 719-1300 or online at roundabouttheatre.org.