Immediate download of 5-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Why so expensive?
Proceeds from this sale go directly to funding our New Orleans premiere this June 20-24. No profits will be taken at this price. This is for donors who wish to support the show.
Can't afford it? No problem! ***We're offering the individual track downloads for only $3 each!*** So, if you want, you can buy the whole album this way for only $15 total!
Finally, you can listen to all of the tracks for free, streaming right here, anytime you like!
Upstairs logo printed on a black Glidan 100% Cotton T-shirt. Soft, mid-weight cotton t-shirt that wears really well.
Includes immediate download of 5-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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edition of 100
This is a recording of five selections from the Upstairs Workshop.
Upstairs is a musical tragedy about the 1973 arson fire at the Up Stairs Lounge in New Orleans, Louisiana that killed 32 people, nearly all of them gay men. This most deadly crime against LGBT people in U.S. history remains unknown to many, its victims lost in obscurity. But the stories of the victims and survivors are provocative, heroic, and profound, and they deserve to be known. This musical tells just a few of those stories.
This is a studio recording, not a live recording. Pieces from this workshop performance were performed with piano and vocals only, and some of these songs may or may not appear in the final version.
Proceeds from the sale of this collection will go toward funding the New Orleans premiere in time for the the 40th Anniversary of the fire, June 20-24.
The cast from this workshop have all been tentatively signed for the New Orleans production! Give them a listen.
released 06 March 2013
Recorded at The Village in Los Angeles, California
Shinnosuke Miyazawa, Sound Engineer
Sean Alexander Bart, Pianist
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