See Tony Nominees Shoshana Bean and Maleah Joi Moon Sing Hell's Kitchen's 'No One' in New Music Video | Playbill

Video See Tony Nominees Shoshana Bean and Maleah Joi Moon Sing Hell's Kitchen's 'No One' in New Music Video

Four tracks from the Best Musical nominee's upcoming cast album dropped for streaming May 31.

Hell's Kitchen's original Broadway cast album isn't out until June 7, but a music video and four digital singles released May 31 will help tide us over till then. See the Alicia Keys musical's Tony-nominated stars Shoshana Bean and Maleah Joi Moon sing "No One" in a new cinematic music video above.

The song is one of four tracks from the upcoming album now available to stream, also including "Fallin'," "Authors of Forever," and "Kaleidoscope."

Watch: Best Musical Nominee Hell's Kitchen Performs 'Fallin,' 'No One,' and 'Kaleidoscope' on Today

Hell's Kitchen officially opened at the Shubert Theatre April 20 after beginning previews March 28—read the reviews here. Michael Greif is directing with choreography by Camille A. Brown.

With 13 nominations, Hell's Kitchen is tied with Stereophonic as the most Tony-nominated production of the season. Along with Best Musical, the show is up for Best Book of a Musical (Kristoffer Diaz), Scenic Design (Robert Brill and Peter Nigrini), Costume Design (Dede Ayite), Lighting Design (Natasha Katz), Sound Design (Gareth Owen), Direction (Greif), Choreography (Brown), and Orchestrations (Tom Kitt and Adam Blackstone), along with acting nods for Bean, Moon, Brandon Victor Dixon, and Kecia Lewis.

Inspired by the 15-time Grammy winner Keys' life, the story centers on 17-year-old Ali and her mother, sharing a cramped apartment near Times Square. Ali wants to live out her NYC dream, but Mom is scared her daughter will repeat her own mistakes.

The cast is led by Bean (Wicked) as Jersey, Dixon (Hamilton) as Davis, Tony nominee Kecia Lewis (Ain't Misbehavin') as Miss Liza Jane, Chris Lee (Hamilton) as Knuck, and Moon as Ali.

They share the stage with Chad Carstarphen as Ray, Vanessa Ferguson as Tiny, Jakeim Hart as Q, Jackie Leon as Jessica, Nyseli Vega as Millie, Lamont Walker II as 'Riq, and Rema Webb as Crystal, alongside ensemble members Reid Clarke, Chloe Davis, Nico DeJesus, Timothy L. Edwards, David Guzman, Raechelle Manalo, Sarah Parker, and Niki Saludez. Rounding out the company are understudies Desmond Sean Ellington, Badia Farha, Gianna Harris, Jade Milan, Susan Oliveras, and Oscar Whitney Jr.; and swings Takia Hopson, Onyxx Noel, Aaron Nicholas Patterson, and William Roberson. Donna Vivino serves as standby for Jersey.

READ: Camille A. Brown Is Bringing '90s New York Back to Broadway in Hell's Kitchen

Most of the cast members are reprising their performances from the musical's 2023 Off-Broadway premiere at The Public Theater, with only Webb, Vega, and Hopson new for the Broadway run. Casting is by Heidi Griffiths and Kate Murray.

Greif reassembled his complete Off-Broadway creative team for the Broadway bow. The music team includes music director Lily Ling and orchestrators Adam Blackstone and Tom Kitt with arrangements by Keys and Blackstone. The creative team also includes scenic designer Robert Brill, costume designer Dede Ayite, lighting designer Natasha Katz, sound designer Gareth Owen, projection designer Peter Nigrini, hair and wig designer Mia Neal, and makeup designer Michael Clifton. Foresight Theatrical is general manager, and Danny Maly serves as production stage manager.


Photos: Hell's Kitchen on Broadway

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