PHOTO CALL: Glory Days Cast Heads Into the Studio

News   PHOTO CALL: Glory Days Cast Heads Into the Studio
More than a year after closing on Broadway, the original cast of Glory Days reunited in the studio July 2-3 to record the show's album.

While the show - which features music and lyrics by Nick Blaemire and a book by James Gardiner - ran only one performance at Circle in the Square, there has since been a great deal of interest from regional producers and colleges. Blaemire recently told that the recording is in anticipation of an imminent licensing deal for the script and score. The original four-man cast featured Steven Booth (Avenue Q), Andrew Call (High Fidelity), Jesse JP Johnson (Altar Boyz) and Adam Halpin (Rent). Alex Brightman and Jeremy Woodard were the standbys.

The Ghostlight Records release is scheduled to be available in stores and online by year's end.

Here is a look at the July 3 final session at midtown Manhattan's Skyline Studios:

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