Answering Your Questions
If I missed any, please feel free to post them in the comments and I will try to get answers next time he has a few seconds to answer questions:
Q. Where do I go after the show to get your autograph?
You can come to the stage door area after the show and wait there. It might take a few minutes for me to come out... but rest assured I'll be out there and would love to meet each an every one of you!
Q. Did you have a major part in Brandi being introduced as part of the TALE cast?
I wouldn't say that I had a major part in Brandi becoming a part of TALE. When I got back to NY for rehearsals I had dinner with Brandi and Frank Wildhorn to discuss an upcoming project. The conversation drifted to TALE and I mentioned that we had yet to find our "Luci." I then asked Brandi if she had gone in to audition and she said that she had not. All I did was make a call to the casting director and she did the rest!
Q. Did you also help acquire the Hirschfeld Theatre as Tale's residence on Broadway?
I didn't really help in getting the Hirschfeld. I did have a hand indirectly in getting the Asolo as I introduced the artistic director of the Asolo to the show and that was that...
Q. What is happening with recording the OBC (Original Broadway Cast of A Tale of Two Cities) CD?
There was something posted on the backstage call board about possible recording dates in early October!
Q. Is your "Love Songs" Cd available? If not, will it be in the future?
The LOVE SONGS CD is still in the works. I've been recording with Frank Wildhorn so much on other projects that I seem to have let my own slip a bit. It WILL indeed be available, as soon as we finish it.
Q. Are you real?
I am indeed real... at least I think I am.
Update: I added the definition of OBC (Original Broadway Cast) to the question since it can be a little confusing when you don't know the slang.