03
Jun
08

The Screams of Kitty Genovese (songs & excerpts)

This is a recording made at the New York Music Theatre Festival in NYC, 2006, at St. Clemant’s Church. It was a fantastic experience and had an amazing cast and crew and team. These are songs and excerpts, the credits are listed below. We are still looking for a first major production of THE SCREAMS OF KITTY GENOVESE.

CREDITS:
David Simpatico: Story/Libretto
Will Todd: Music/Orchestrations
David Edwards: Director
Mary-Mitchell Campbell: Music Supervisor
Randall Eng: Music Director
KittyGProductions: Producer
Graphic: Yoko Ichikawa

Cheryl Alexander: Frannie
Brendan Byrnes: Vinny
Elizabeth DeRosa: Cathy
Shawna M. Hamic: Betty
Amy Justman: Martha
Kevin Kern: Jimmy
Arthur W. Marks: Winston
Michael McKinsey: Marty
Jody Reynard: Baby
Sheri Sanders: Kitty
Russell H. Saylor III: Mac
Melanie Vaughan: Mommy
Stephen Cabral: Newscaster 

This is Kitty

Track 1: Winston in the Night

Track 2: Just Another Night (“Who are these people”)  

Track 3: Just Another Night (stack)

Track 4: Jimmy’s Lullabye

Track 5: Man in the Dark

Track 6: Blood in the Streets

Track 7: Do You Believe

Track 8: I Wanted New Shoes

Track 9: All of the Others

Track 10: Reach Out and Touch Me

Track 11: Digging Through Darkness

Track 12: Frannie’s Lament

Track 13: 38 Neighbors

Track 14: I Never Heard the Screams

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4 Responses to “The Screams of Kitty Genovese (songs & excerpts)”


  1. June 26, 2008 at 11:54 am

    I love this musical so very much. I miss it! Friends still talk about the show and how much they wish something had happened with it. Perhaps it still will! That would be amazing!!!!!

    Thank you for posting the songs. It makes me happy to listen to them.

    Have a safe trip to the UK!

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