Cynthia Erivo, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, More Sing in New Recordings of Todrick Hall Musicals | Playbill

Cast Recordings & Albums Cynthia Erivo, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, More Sing in New Recordings of Todrick Hall Musicals

The three albums will feature songs from new musicals Cinderella Rock, Oz the Musical, and U.G.L.Y.

Todrick Hall, Cynthia Erivo, Kristin Chenoweth, and Billy Porter

Todrick Hall has launched a licensing company for theatrical rights, Todrick Hall Musicals. The company has made the rights for one new musical—Cinderella Rock—available immediately, with two to follow in March: Oz the Musical and U.G.L.Y. All three works will have recorded albums released featuring performances by Broadway favorites.

The complete 13-track studio recording of Cinderella Rock, a re-telling of the beloved rags-to-riches fairytale, will be available for listening February 27. It will feature performances by Cynthia Erivo, Nicole Scherzinger, Shoshana Bean, Laura Bell Bundy, Cheyenne Jackson, Taylor Louderman, Adam Pascal, Solea Pfeiffer, Jordin Sparks, and Teresa Stanley.

A six-track compilation album will also be released February 27, featuring two songs from Cinderella Rock—"I Can't Wish Much More" performed by Erivo, and "Miss Heartbreaker" performed by Scherzinger—plus "Someday" from Oz the Musical performed by Jade Novah; "Witch of the West Side" from Oz the Musical performed by Porter, Sutton Foster, and Jay Armstrong Johnson; as well as "Specialer" from U.G.L.Y. performed by Kristin Chenoweth and Carlie Craig; and "Who I Be" from U.G.L.Y performed by Hall.

The full Oz the Musical studio recording will be available March 5. With 10 tracks, it will feature performances by Nick Rashad Burroughs, Gavin Creel, Brandon Victor Dixon, Telly Leung, and Rachel Potter, in addition to Foster, Hall, Johnson, Novah, and Porter.

U.G.L.Y., a re-telling of The Ugly Duckling, will also be available for listening beginning March 12. With 12 tracks, it will feature performances by Nick Adams, J. Harrison Ghee, Derek Klena, Tiffany Mann, Orfeh, Colleen Ballinger, Mari Maupin, and Cheyenne Isabel Wells, in addition to Chenoweth, Craig, and Hall.

“I am such a theatre nerd! ...I can’t wait to share these songs and stories with you so that you may share them with the theatre people in your life," said Hall in a statement.

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