Chaplin: The Musical

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All Music Guide - Matt Collar
Chaplin: The Musical features the original Broadway cast recording of the 2012 production based on the life of legendary comedic actor/director Charlie Chaplin. Written by Thomas Meehan with music and lyrics by Christopher Curtis, the show featured Rob McClure in the lead role along with Jim Borstelmann, Jenn Colella, Erin Mackey, Michael McCormick, Christiane Noll, Zachary Unger, Wayne Alan Wilcox, and others. The musical details Chaplin's life beginning as a youth growing up in poverty in South London, his success and controversial career in early Hollywood, and his final last days in exile living in Switzerland.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Matt Collar
Chaplin: The Musical features the original Broadway cast recording of the 2012 production based on the life of legendary comedic actor/director Charlie Chaplin. Written by Thomas Meehan with music and lyrics by Christopher Curtis, the show featured Rob McClure in the lead role along with Jim Borstelmann, Jenn Colella, Erin Mackey, Michael McCormick, Christiane Noll, Zachary Unger, Wayne Alan Wilcox, and others. The musical details Chaplin's life beginning as a youth growing up in poverty in South London, his success and controversial career in early Hollywood, and his final last days in exile living in Switzerland.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/8/2013
  • Label: Masterworks
  • UPC: 887654395023
  • Catalog Number: 543950
  • Sales rank: 37,810

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Christiane Noll Vocals
Michael Mendez Vocals
William Ryall Vocals
Michael McCormick Vocals
Lisa Gajda Vocals
Wayne Wilcox Vocals
Jim Borstelmann Vocals
Jenn Colella Vocals
Sara Edwards Vocals
Bryan Perri Conductor
Erin Mackey Vocals
Timothy Hughes Vocals
Renée Marino Vocals
Hayley Podschun Vocals
Robert McClure Vocals
Sarah O'Gleby Vocals
Zachary Unger Vocals
Ethan Khusidman Vocals
Emilee Dupré Vocals
Chaplin Pit Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Chaplin Cast Ensemble Choir, Chorus
Emily Tyra Vocals
Technical Credits
Michael Starobin Orchestration
Mark Wilder Mastering
Larry Hochman Orchestration
Warren Carlyle Stage Direction
David Lai Producer
Isaiah Abolin Engineer
Jennifer Liebeskind Packaging Manager
Thomas Meehan Liner Notes, Book
Christopher Curtis Composer, Lyricist, Dance Arrangement, Book
Bryan Perri Vocal Arrangements, Dance Arrangement, Music Direction
Alex Trochut Cover Illustration
Jonahtan Tunick Orchestration
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2013

    Quite simply, Rob McClure is Chaplin.  Either he was born to pla

    Quite simply, Rob McClure is Chaplin.  Either he was born to play this part or he is just that good.  I saw the live show at the Barrymore
    and then bought the CD.  Both were excellent.  Rob McClure is a future superstar of stage and screen.  The actors, including the
    child actors,  were well-cast and did an outstanding job.  The show opens with McClure on the high wire and then gets even better from
    there.  The CD is true to  the show, although shortened.  CD track 17 is McClure's moment and he makes the most of it.  Sadly the show
    had a short Broadway run, but will live again on the road.  The show and the CD are not to be missed.     

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