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Album Release Date:
 March 4, 2003


what the critics are saying
 


“Bewitchingly mad.”
–The New York Times


“Even more absorbing on CD than on stage...each listening brings new rewards.”
–LA Times


“Beatifully performed. An impressive showcase of LaChiusa's eclectic musicianship and wry, witty lyrical skills.”
–San Francisco Chronicle

 

 


First Lady Suite
World Premiere Recording

The award-winning score by five-time Tony nominee Michael John LaChiusa (
The Wild Party, Marie Christine, Hello Again), in which First Ladies Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie Kennedy and Mamie Eisenhower and the people closest to them reveal themselves in song. An imaginative and irreverent look behind the scenes of the White House, FIRST LADY SUITE receives its premiere recording here, following acclaimed productions in New York, Los Angeles, Houston and Washington, D.C. Directed for the Blank Theatre Company, Los Angeles, by Daniel Henning.

Read about the creation of this piece here...
track listing
 

1. Opening (The First Lady Exhibit. The near future.)

211. Over Texas (On board Air Force One, en route from Fort Worth to Love Field, Dallas, Texas. November 22, 1963. 11:22 A.M.)

1221. Where's Mamie (Ike and Mamie Eisenhower's bedroom, the White House. 1957.) *

2232. Eleanor Slept Here (Interior of Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Electra. Night. April 20, 1933.) *

33. Closing (The First Lady Exhibit. Later.)


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