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Performance and CD Signing Confirmed for June 5th at Virgin Megastore in Times Square


Latin/Salsa/Hip-Hop-Infused Original Broadway Cast Recording Out June 3rd as Two-CD Set

Principal cast members of 'In The Heights' will celebrate the release of their Original Broadway Cast recording with a Thursday, June 5th, in-store performance at Virgin Megastore in Times Square, 1540 Broadway, at 46th Street.

The special event begins at 5pm, and will feature songs performed by cast members. A post-performance CD signing will feature all 11 principals:
Andra Burns Janet Decal Robin De Jess Carlos Gomes Mandy Gonzalez Christopher Jackson Priscilla Lopez Olga Merediz Lin-Manuel Miranda Karen Olivo Seth Stewart

Nominated for 13 TONY Awards -- including Best Musical and Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) -- 'In The Heights' features Latin, Salsa and Hip-Hop-infused music, conceived and written by emerging superstar Lin-Manuel Miranda. Ghostlight Records will release the OCR on June 3rd, as a 23-track, two-CD package, complete with a 68-page booklet containing cast photos and song lyrics. The double album was produced by Andres Levin (proclaimed"the master chef of Urban fusion" by The LA Times,) and by Ghostlight President Kurt Deutsch.

Here is Broadway.com's Exclusive video for '96,000':

The 'In The Heights' double-CD is available for pre-order now:

MTV NEWS featured 'In The Heights' in a segment that asked: “Could it be that Broadway has finally caught up to your iPod?"

Ghostlight Records is committed to bringing the music of the 'New Broadway' to a contemporary audience, using modern technology, innovative marketing and artist involvement. Utilizing music videos, digital downloads and other aggressive strategies new to the Broadway arena, Ghostlight continues to be on the vanguard of interacting with the next generation of Broadway music consumers.

'In The Heights' is the quintessential New York musical, about a vibrant and tight-knit community at the top of the island of Manhattan. The music pulses with the hopes and dreams of three generations as they struggle to forge an identity in a neighborhood on the brink of transition.

Conceived by Lin-Manuel Miranda; book by Quiara Alegra Hudes; music and lyrics by Mr. Miranda; Orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire and Bill Sherman; 'In The Heights' is directed by Thomas Kail and choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler; music director, Alex Lacamoire. Broadway open March 9, 2008.

'In The Heights' is currently playing at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City. The show's three lead producers, off and on Broadway, are Kevin McCollum, Jeffrey Seller and Jill Furman. McCollum and Seller are also the producers of Rent and Avenue Q.

Produced by Kurt Deutsch and Andres Levin.
About Producer Andres Levin: Proclaimed “the master chef of Urban fusion" by the LA Times, Andres Levin has established himself as one of the world's top multi-cultural young film composers and music producers. His distinctive sound that developed over multiple albums for the Red Hot Organization has since carried Levin to even greater critical acclaim with his own Grammy-nominated band YERBA BUENA, his continued role as producer for many leading Latin & World music artists, and most recently, as a film composer for several motion pictures- including El Cantante, Ladron que roba Ladron, Borderland and more.

In The Heights
Benny's Dispatch
It Won't Be Long Now
No Me Diga
Paciencia y Fe (Patience and Faith)
When You're Home
The Club
Hundreds of Stories
Carnaval del Barrio
Everything I Know
Piragua (Reprise)
When The Sun Goes Down

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