On the Record review

Album lyrics:
  1. Disc 1
  2. Prologue. A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes
  3. Prologue. Whistle While You Work / Give a Little Whistle
  4. Can You Feel the Love Tonight / I Won't Say I (I'm in Love) / Let's Get Together
  5. Someday My Prince Will Come / Once Upon a Dream
  6. The Walrus and the Carpenter / I Wan'na Be Like You
  7. Prince Ali
  8. I Just Can't Wait to Be King / Lavender Blue
  9. When She Loved Me
  10. Minnie's Yoo-Hoo
  11. Heigh-Ho
  12. The Work Song
  13. I'm Wishing / One Song
  14. You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!
  15. So This is Love
  16. A Whole New World
  17. The Second Star to the Right
  18. Under the Sea
  19. Part of Your World
  20. Poor Unfortunate Souls
  21. Kiss the Girl
  22. Reflection
  23. Bella Notte / Les Poissons
  24. Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat / The Siamese Cat Song / The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
  25. He's a Tramp
  26. Higitus Figitus/Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo/Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious/Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee/Following The Leader/Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah/The Dwarf's Yodel Song (The Silly Song)/Hakuna Matata/Mickey Mouse March
  27. Disc 2
  28. Let's Go Fly a Kite
  29. I Will Go Sailing No More / Just Around the Riverbend / Strangers Like Me
  30. Colors of the Wind
  31. When I See an Elephant Fly
  32. Look Out for Mr. Stork
  33. Pink Elephants on Parade
  34. Baby Mine
  35. The Bells of Notre Dame
  36. Out There
  37. Something There / Beauty and the Beast
  38. A Change in Me
  39. Be Our Guest
  40. Will the Sun Ever Shine Again
  41. You've Got A Friend in Me
  42. If I Never Knew You
  43. You'll Be in My Heart
  44. When You Wish Upon a Star
  45. A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (reprise)
  46. The Bare Necessities / A Spoonful of Sugar / It's a Small World 
  47. Mickey Mouse March / Colonel Hathi's March / Cruella De Vil/A Spoonful Of Sugar / Winnie The Pooh / I've Got No Strings

On the Record review

"On the Record" Review - Broadway musical

After a successful show of three musicals that were based on animated films, Walt Disney Theatrical decided to give the audience the opportunity to get acquainted with the song repertoire accumulated by studio for 75 years, by means of theatrical histrionics. They came to an idea to make a revue grounded on these tracks. Initial production has not reached Broadway. Producer Schumacher & creator Longbottom prepared a special version of the play for the North American ride. They put to producers a task to create a great show with humble design elements that would make it possible easily to transport the production.

Four leading artists were involved in the revue, as well as unnamed singing quartet & an orchestra of eight people. The original decorations placed musicians in separate rooms-boxes, which were located at the rear of the stage. The color scheme of suits of actors is white-black & silver. Only in the end they come out in the red & orange robes. During the show, in the revue was added innovation in the form of a black screen, where was shown dialogues & songs in red text. This detail has helped to take the show to people with disabilities. Digital processing of cast voices, performing live songs, produced the desired effect for certain pieces of music. The musical has the composition there, during which Julian sings in French, Diane – in German, Kristen – in Japanese, Nick – in Swedish. Unnamed Quartet performs some parts of the same song in English & other languages.

Reviews of the nine-month tour, which took place on 24 US cities, were mixed. One critics thought that the story of revue was too far-fetched. Others were not impressed by staging of certain music works. There were critics who were delighted with this performance & talent of actors taking part in it. In total during the tour, the musical was exhibited to 350 000 people. Completing the display of the show was scheduled for September 2005, but due to the insufficient number of the audience, the tour was over ahead of time.

In March 2005, on sale were records of revue on 2 CDs. It was made by actors of the original histrionics except of E. Skinner – she was replaced by K. Hopkins. The album received good reviews. It is possible to hear songs from the well-known animated films such as ‘The Little Mermaid’ & ‘Aladdin’ amongst others. Also included in here works created specifically for the Disneyland. After the tour, A. Brown, M. Inglesby & T. Maynard continued collaboration with Walt Disney Theatrical. Artists were involved in the new Broadway musicals, created by the company. Soprano of A. Brown many listeners found ideal for the realization of Disney songs.
Last Update:June, 25th 2016

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