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ORIGINAL CAST ALBUMS

ChristmasMemoryMP3COVERARTA CHRISTMAS MEMORY

A Musical
Compiled and Edited by Jason Anderson
Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry

The musical deals with the feelings of loneliness sometimes felt at Christmas time. It is Christmas of the current year. Irene Rasmussen, (Grandma) has recently lost her husband, Nicholas. She is facing Christmas “alone” for the first time. Of course she isn’t entirely alone when her three children and eight grandchildren descend on her for the holidays. All are concerned for Grandma in her first Christmas without Grandpa. So the family is wondering how this Christmas is going to turn out. A solution to the problem comes along with problems of her own. Danni, a sort of step-grand-daughter is now living with her step mom, Samantha– Grandma’s daughter. Danni McKenna is rebellious and doesn’t want to fit in–or maybe she’s decided that she can’t fit in.
She feels unloved–unwanted. By centering her attention on Danni’s problems Grandma eases the loss of her beloved husband. Through the memories of Christmases past, the family comes closer together, eases the loss of Grandpa for all and shows Danni that they accept her for who she is–and for the first time in a long time Danni feels wanted and loved. And it happens in a most unusual way: through the three ghosts of dead family members, who appear to Danni. And through the remembrances of other Christmases.

PUBLICATION INFORMATION

  • Audio CD
  • UPC: 886470418251
  • List Price: $12.99
  • 19 minutes
  • 8 tracks
    FROM: Leicester Bay Books

PURCHASING INFORMATION

Buy the CD from Leicester Bay Theatricals

PERFORMANCE RIGHTS LICENSED BY

Encore Performance Publishing LLC (Eldridge Plays and Musicals) http://www.histage.com/playdetails.asp?PID=2030


CinderabbitCDfrontCOVERCINDERABBIT!

Book and Lyrics by MIMI BEAN

Music by C. MICHAEL PERRY
with Puppets by RONNIE BURKETT

A wonderful musical adapted from the classic Cinderella story with animal characters. Prince Richard– the Rabbit-Hearted, Princess Tabitha of the Blue Mountain Grove; they are the center of this adaptation.
It seems that when the Grove burned down years ago, Tabitha’s parents left her on the doorsteps of the Bugmerks, a family of toads on the edge of the Great, Grey Swamp. After the death of Mr. Bugmerk, Emilia and her daughters Merklene and Bogelda made life miserable for our Tabitha. So much so that she remembers none of her past, hence they call her “Cinderabbit.” Life is made bearable for her by her close friend and confidant, Mercedes, a mouse living in the Bugmerk’s dwelling. Well, the night of the Ball comes. The Bugmerks leave poor Cinderabbit behind. And who appears? Gracie–Cinderabbit’s Jewish Fairy Pig-Mother, who
sends Tabitha off to the ball.

Delightful characters and situations populate this colorful retelling of the classic tale. When filmed as a television puppet-musical for PBS by KBYU-TV in Provo, Utah it won a “Best of West” award and an EMMY award.

PUBLICATION INFORMATION

  • Audio CD
  • UPC: 886470543267
  • List Price: $12.99
  • 25 minutes
  • 13 tracks
  • FROM: Leicester Bay Books

AWARDS

  • 1978 — “BEST OF WEST” AWARD FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION
  • 1978 — EMMY Award

PURCHASING INFORMATION

Buy the CD directly from Leicester Bay Theatricals

Check out the DVD!

Performance rights licensed by

Eldridge Plays and Musicals HERE


LibertyJailMP3COVERLIBERTY JAIL

A Musical

The Original Cast Album
by Orson Scott Card
Music by C. Michael Perry

At the end of the persecutions of the Mormons in Missouri, Joseph Smith, Hyrum Smith, Sidney Rigdon and three others were imprisoned in a jail at Liberty, Missouri. The conflicts that arose there and the friendships that were formed shaped the future history of the Mormon Church — and also brought to Mormon Scripture the beautiful and poetic Section 121 of the Doctrine and Covenants. This musical drama will have your audience totally involved with beautiful music, a deeply moving story and a variety of characters. It will be seen that there sometimes, for a Prophet of God, can be liberty in jail.

PUBLICATION INFORMATION

  • AUDIO CD
  • UPC: 886470410217
  • List Price: $14.99
  • 46 minutes
  • 18 tracks
  • FROM: Zion BookWorks

REVIEWS

“Absorbing, moving … a powerful drama … powerful music.” PROVO DAILY HERALD.
“A Mormon classic! The score is lyrical and sometimes thrilling.” UTAH HOLIDAY MAGAZINE.

PURCHASING INFORMATION

You can purchase the CD directly from Zion Theatricals

PERFORMANCE RIGHTS LICENSED BY

Zion Theatricals (www.ziontheatricals.com)

View the Liberty Jail licensing page HERE


TGBOMP3COVERTURN THE GAS BACK ON

A Musical
Book and Lyrics by Max C. Golightly
Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry and Neil K. Newell

ROGER HOWARD, Director of a small acting company, brings Marvin, a modern artist-friend, to his theatre to see a rehearsal of some of the scenes of a play he’s producing, for the purpose of convincing him it can be done with the same resulting effects and methods the painter gets with his avante garde paintings. As the play within the play proceeds, the actors and actresses try to apply natural motivations to the meanings in the play. Impressed with a song sung by ROSE, an actress past her prime, who is replacing a regular member of the company, ROGER includes the song in the repertoire and succumbs to her warm charms.
WAYNE and MORRIS, who play opposite MYRA, have difficulty in switching from the the real to the unreal characters in their efforts to understand what significance “the object” has in development of the theme of the play, which is further complicated by the relationship of LILY, ROGER’S assistant, with ADELE. In the final scene, MYRA is carried away in her characterization of LOOMA, finally losing contact with her own identity. She is brought back to reality by the others when they realize that “the object” really belongs to the audience and not to the actors, for when a work of art is created and presented to the public, it becomes theirs–to be done with as they see fit. They give “the object” back to the audience in the end, because that is where it comes from

PUBLICATION INFORMATION

  • Audio CD
  • UPC: 886470425198
  • List Price: $14.99
  • 48 minutes
  • 17 tracks
  • FROM: Leicester Bay Books

AMAZON REVIEW

5.0 out of 5 stars Gas is back on!, March 19, 2012
By Warren
“It is always great to see a beautifully produced recording of a musical written, produced and performed by students. This one is superb and many of those involved with the production are budding professionals. I highly recommend this recording. Its new incarnation is truly outstanding”

PURCHASE INFORMATION

Buy the CD from Leicester Bay Theatricals

PERFORMANCE RIGHTS LICENSED BY

Leicester Bay Theatricals TURN THE GAS BACK ON PAGE


WFS CDCOVERWHERE FREEDOM STANDS — The Heritage of the American Family

A Musical

The Original Cast Album
Book by James G. Lambert
Music and Lyrics by C. Michael Perry & James G. Lambert

This is the epic story of the people of Utah and the Heritage they share. Two families serve to represent the families of the State. The Clarke family members are Mormon converts who brought civilization West with them as they were driven from place to place. The Lee Family, who are non-Mormons, brought with them in their move West the industrial revolution — and in the process — prosperity as well.
Though both families settled in Utah County, each family plays an important part in everyone’s heritage. Originally conceived for “America’s Freedom Festival at Provo” the theme is universal and the characters can be empathized with by all people everywhere.

PUBLICATION INFORMATION

  • AUDIO CD
  • UPC: 886470418848
  • List Price: $11.99
  • 45 minutes
  • 13 tracks
  • FROM: Leicester BayBooks

REVIEWS

“The music is impressive, exciting and moving!” — PROVO DAILY HERALD


PURCHASING INFORMATION

Buy the CD from Zion Theatricals


Performance rights licensed by

Visit the Where Freedom Stands licensing page HERE



VIDEO DVDs

ORIGINAL TELEVISION PRODUCTION

CRabbitDVDCaseFINALCINDERABBIT! DVD

(DVD — of the 1978 PBS Broadcast)

Script and Lyrics by Mimi Bean

Music by C. Michael Perry

Puppets by Ronnie Burkett

A wonderful musical adapted from the classic Cinderella story with animal characters. Prince Richard–the Rabbit-Hearted, Princess Tabitha of the Blue Mountain Grove; they are the center of this adaptation. It seems that when the Grove burned down years ago, Tabitha’s parents left her on the doorsteps of the Bugmerks, a family of toads on the edge of the Great, Grey Swamp. After the death of Mr. Bugmerk, Emilia and her daughters Merklene and Bogelda made life miserable for our Tabitha. So much so that she remembers none of her past, hence they call her “Cinderabbit.” Life is made bearable for her by her close friend and confidant, Mercedes, a mouse living in the Bugmerk’s dwelling. Well, the night of the Ball comes. The Bugmerks leave poor Cinderabbit behind. And who appears? Gracie–Cinderabbit’s Fairy Pig-Mother, who sends Tabitha off to the ball. Delightful characters and situations populate this colorful retelling of the classic tale. When filmed as a television puppet-musical for PBS by KBYU-TV in Provo, Utah it won a “Best of West” award and an EMMY award.


PRODUCT INFORMATION

  • List Price: $12.95
  • 28 minutes,
  • DVD — NTSC
  • UPC: 886470394234

AWARDS

  • 1978 “BEST OF WEST AWARD” FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION
  • 1978 EMMY AWARD

PURCHASE INFORMATION

Purchase directly from Leicester Bay Theatricals


AUDIO CD ALSO AVAILABLE

FROM LEICESTER BAY


PERFORMANCE RIGHTS LICENSING

The live performance rights are available through

Eldridge Plays and Musicals: http://www.histage.com/playdetails.asp?PID=1807



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