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HOW MUCH WOULD YOU SACRIFICE FOR SOMEONE YOU LOVE?
CAST
BERNADETTE PETERS.....................DIANE
RACHEL BROSNAHAN......................ALICE
PETER FRIEDMAN............................CHARLES
REYNA DE COURCY..........................CAT
SHANNON ESPER..............................CHERIE
ANN DOWD........................................CAT’S MOTHER
JAYCE BARTOK..................................JIMMY
ADAM GARCIA....................................BOBBY
DAVID CALE.......................................JOE
CREW
DIRECTED BY.....................................LISA ALBRIGHT
WRITTEN BY.......................................CHRISTINA LAZARIDI
LISA ALBRIGHT
PRODUCED BY....................................ADAM FOLK
JONATHAN MASON
MONA LESSNICK
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY.........RYAN SAMUL
EDITOR................................................RAY HUBLEY
PRODUCTION DESIGNER...................DANIEL R. KERSTING
COSTUME DESIGNER.........................MICHAEL ANZALONE
SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR..........NICHOLAS RENBECK
MUSIC BY.............................................DOMINIC MATAR
CASTING BY.........................................MARGERY SIMKIN
JUDY HENDERSON
COMING UP ROSES
A FILM BY LISA ALBRIGHT
1980S, DEEP RECESSION AMERICA.
In a gritty small town, 15-year-old ALICE and her mother,
DIANE, a larger-than-life former actress, cling to each
other and the fantasy of a better life.
A tough new neighborhood, dire money troubles,
unemployment, even Diane’s relentless depression will not
defeat them. But is determination enough to see them through?
“HOW MUCH CAN YOU AFFORD TO
SACRIFICE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE?”
Coming Up Roses is a haunting coming-of-age story about
a mother-daughter forced to choose between reality and
fantasy, their love for each other and survival.
SYNOPSIS
It’s 1985, in the depths of a recession. A single mother
and former musical theater diva, DIANE WALTERS
(Bernadette Peters) and her 15 year old daughter ALICE
(Rachel Brosnahan) pack up their U-Haul, chasing the
fantasy of a better life.
Although beaming with charisma, Diane has been locked
for years in a cycle of depression. Her older daughter
CHERIE (Shannon Esper) had managed to keep Diane
somewhat emotionally and financially intact, but now she
wants out. And Diane is panicked.
Alice and Diane crash land into blue-collar Nashua, N.H.
and Cherie’s wedding day, eager to be part of Cherie’s new
life. But they find themselves unwanted.
Unlike her sister, Alice deeply connects with Diane’s
vibrant imagination and sense of drama. Now with
Cherie’s rejection, Alice bravely vows to take over the role
of keeping Diane and the household afloat.
But the task is far from easy. Diane is struggling with a
new cycle of depression and their mounting debts have
followed them to Nashua, where unemployment is high
and drug dealers and pawnshop owners define economic
opportunity. Alice is scared.
CAT (Reyna De Courcy), a magnetic opportunist and
classmate, becomes an unexpected ally in Alice’s new
world. Desperate for money to implement her strategic
escape from small town life, Cat hatches a plan to make
use of Alice’s assets: inventiveness and innocence. Cat
offers Alice a “job” working together to pull in some fast cash.
But will Alice agree to Cat’s questionably legal plan?
She may not have a choice, as Alice soon learns. Diane gets
fired, losing yet another job. Her depression is back in full
force. And the landlord has initiated an eviction, sending
CHARLES AIELLO (Peter Friedman), the collection agent,
to Diane’s doorstep with the notice.
A lonely divorcee, pining for his estranged family, Charles’
world is turned upside down when he meets the eccentric and
fiery Diane ---and Alice, the daughter he longs for.
Alice realizes with the combination of Diane’s erratic behavior,
the mounting bills and the new threat of a possible eviction,
drastic action is required. Alice agrees to try Cat’s plan
and in a desperate moment even approaches Jimmy (Jayce
Bartok), the local drug dealer, for employment ideas. Diane,
with ideas of her own, begins to cultivate a “friendship” in
Charles. Pinning her hopes on his ability to fill the father/
provider void for both she and Alice.
As Alice gets deeper into the world of petty crime and fantasies
of escape, Diane throws herself into the impossible fantasy of
Charles as the “answer.”
These parallel worlds explode. And Alice is forced to see that
Diane’s choices are toxic and her need, insatiable. Alice is left
alone with a most harrowing decision.
Coming Up Roses asks a question we all face --- how much
can you afford to sacrifice for those you love?
DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT
Coming Up Roses is based on a true story, a moment in my
young life that illuminates the power of resilience. This story,
a mother-daughter survival story, was inspired in great part
by vivid memories of my mother’s challenges with single
motherhood, unemployment and clinical depression. In an
effort to keep our household afloat, we were forced to take risks
and make difficult decisions. It was a time of great inventiveness
and determination, and we used our elaborate fantasies of a
better life to stay inspired and to keep moving forward.
On a technical note, rather than utilizing quick cuts and a
frenetic camera to highlight the dramatic tension, Coming
Up Roses’ composed visual style relies more on the actors’
performance. The audience is pushed to enter the lives of the
characters and to stay with them intimately, uninterrupted.
The extreme choices of color, in costume and set design, also
play a key role by creating the feeling of a world swaying
between reality and fantasy.
Bernadette Peters, one of our generation’s greatest actresses,
fearlessly plays the mother, Diane, radiant in her theatricality
and devastating in her fragility. Rachel Brosnahan, in her first
feature film, stuns as Diane’s teenage daughter, Alice. Her rich
performance reveals the emotional rollercoaster of adolescence,
the fierce battle for a sense of independence and self-discovery.
And Peter Friedman gives a brilliant humanity to Charles,
Diane’s love interest, at once the family’s savior and predator.
The film is set in deep recession, small town America.
And I’ve been fortunate to see how the film touches
people, people struggling in today’s frayed and unstable
economic landscape. These audiences deeply relate to the
difficult choices life forces on them and I can only hope
the film encourages them to share their own stories of
struggle, resilience and healing.
Lisa Albright
Director/Co-writer
Coming Up Roses
COMING UP ROSES
A FILM BY LISA ALBRIGHT
ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS
LISA ALBRIGHT: DIRECTOR/CO-WRITER
CHRISTINA LAZARIDI: CO-WRITER
Lisa Albright has an
extensive background
in theater, having
participated in over
40
professional
theatrical productions
in New York and
theaters across the
country.
She has
produced and directed
theatrical entertainment for Voyager Company and the
Audi Car Company. Lisa was part of the producing team
for the Broadway production of One Mo’ Time with the
Williamstown Theater Company and the Canadian comedy
Mum’s the Word with Back Row Productions (U.K.). Lisa
got her MA from New York University through the Gallatin
School with a focus on film production.
Christina Lazaridi’s screenwriting
career began with her nomination
for an Academy Award for her
work on the WWII short drama
“One Day Crossing.” She has
since consulted on projects
developed for New Line and
Bruckheimer Productions and
has worked with Producers
Eva Kolodner, Anne Chaisson,
Lester Persky Productions and Academy Award Winner,
Documentarian Richard Kaplan, as well as with multiple
companies in Europe. Her Screenplays have won multiple
European Media Development Awards, a Student Academy
Award, a Euroscript Development Award and a Chris Kazan
Memorial Award.
Coming Up Roses inspired the writing collaboration with
award winning screenwriter Christina Lazaridi and marks
Lisa Albright’s directorial feature film debut.
Christina freelances as a Script Consultant and teaches
Screenwriting at Columbia’s Graduate Film Division and
Princeton University. She is the Academic Director and
Screenwriting Mentor for CineQuaNon Lab in Mexico.
She holds a B.A in Comp Lit and Creative Writing from
Princeton University and an MFA in Screenwriting from
Columbia University.
COMING UP ROSES
A FILM BY LISA ALBRIGHT
BERNADETTE PETERS
T
hroughout her illustrious career, Tony Award-winning actress Bernadette Peters
has dazzled audiences and critics with her performances on stage and television, in
concert, and on recordings.
Ms. Peters recently starred on Broadway in the critically acclaimed production of Follies,
after a highly successful run at the Kennedy Center. Prior to that, she starred in the
Tony Award-winning masterpiece, A Little Night Musicopposite Elaine Stritch. This year,
Bernadette received her third Tony, The Isabelle Stevenson Award which acknowledges
an individual from the theatre community who has made a substantial contribution of
volunteered time and effort on behalf of one or more humanitarian, social service or
charitable organizations, regardless of whether such organizations relate to the theatre.
Peters, along with good friend Mary Tyler Moore co-founded Broadway Barks!, an
organization that promotes the adoption of shelter animals. Broadway Barks! has evolved
into an event that not only focuses on the plight of homeless animals but had opened the
door of communication and fostered a spirit of community among the numerous shelters
and rescue groups working throughout New York. Their annual star-studded animal adoption event takes place in New York City’s
famed Shubert Alley.
She has also added author / songwriter to her roster of achievements with her debut children’s book, “Broadway Barks”, a New
York TimesBestseller, aptly named after the organization she co-founded. The book package includes a CD of an original song,
written and sung by the author. Her second children’s book, “Stella is a Star”, features another of her original songs of which all
of the proceeds from the sale of both books go to Broadway Barks!.
In 2003, she received her seventh Tony Award nomination for her electrifying portrayal of Momma Rose in Sam Mendes’ recordbreaking Broadway revival of Gypsy, and her brilliant performance was captured on the Grammy award-winning Gypsy cast
recording. “Bernadette Peters is a revelation!” Ben Brantley of The New York Times declared of her star turn in the show. Peters’
Angel Records CD,Sondheim, Etc., Etc.: Bernadette Peters Live at Carnegie Hall (The Rest of It), features never-before-released
highlights from her historic 1996 highly anticipated solo debut at Carnegie Hall. The concert was a benefit for Gay Men’s Health
Crisis. This performance was repeated inBernadette Peters in Concert, her London solo debut at Royal Festival Hall, which later
was telecast on PBS and is available on DVD.
A native of Ozone Park, New York, Peters began her performing career at the age of 3 with appearances on Juvenile Jury, the
classic TV game show Name That Tune, and The Horn & Hardart Children’s Hour. She made her theatrical debut in This is
Goggle, starring James Daly and Kim Hunter, directed by the legendary Otto Preminger. Still in her teens, she appeared in The
Most Happy Fella and The Penny Friend and performed in the national touring company of Gypsy. Peters made her Broadway
debut in 1967 in Johnny No-Trump, and in 1968 starred with Joel Grey in the musical George M!, earning a Theatre World Award
for her memorable portrayal of Josie Cohan. That same year, she received a Drama Desk Award for her show stopping performance
in the smash hit off-Broadway musical Dames at Sea, and quickly became one of the most sought-after stars in musical theatre.
One of Broadway’s brightest stars, Peters received both the Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for her critically acclaimed
performance in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical Song and Dance. In June 1999, Peters earned her second Tony Award, her
third Drama Desk Award, and an Outer Critics Circle Award for her portrayal of Annie Oakley in one of Broadway’s most popular
musicals, the smash Tony Award-winning hit Broadway revival of Annie Get Your Gun. Peters also received Tony nominations for
her work in the 1992 musical The Goodbye Girl; Stephen Sondheim’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Sunday in the Park With
George; the Jerry Herman/Gower Champion ode to the movies, Mack and Mabel; and the Leonard Bernstein/Comden and Green
musical On The Town. In addition to these honors, Peters earned a Drama Desk nomination for her memorable portrayal of the
Witch in Stephen Sondheim’sInto the Woods.
While Peters is best known for her work in the theatre, her career doesn’t end at the footlights. She boasts an impressive list of
television credits including her recent guest appearance on NBC’s new hit series SMASH. She has also appeared in the Lifetime
movie, Living Proofopposite Harry Connick, Jr.; a guest starring role in the two-hour 2008 season premiere of the ABC-TV hit
series, Grey’s Anatomy, and a recurring role on the popular TV hit, Ugly Betty. She has appeared in several performing arts specials
such as PBS’ Evening at Pops and The Kennedy Center Honors to early appearances in variety shows such as The Carol Burnett
Showand an Emmy-nominated performance on The Muppet Show. She appeared in the star-studdedSondheim: A Celebration at
Carnegie Hall and also played an opera diva-on-the-verge-of-a-nervous-breakdown in Terrence McNally’s The Last Mile, both
for PBS’ highly acclaimed Great Performances series. Other television credits include PBS’s Hey Mr. Producer!: the Musical World
of Cameron Mackintosh and the ABC-TV special Quincy Jones: the First 50 Years. Peters received an Emmy nomination for her
performance in FOX’s hit TV series Ally McBeal. She portrayed the wicked stepmother inCinderella with Brandy and Whitney
Houston, and also starred in The Odyssey starring Armand Assante, David, Fall From Grace with Kevin Spacey, and The Last
Best Year with Mary Tyler Moore. She also appeared in the Showtime movie Bobbie’s Girl (Daytime Emmy nomination) and Prince
Charming, a TNT movie co-starring Martin Short and Christina Applegate. Peters recorded the original title song for the 1998
feature film Barney’s Great Adventure: The Movie, written by famed Tony Award-winning Broadway composer Jerry Herman
(Hello, Dolly!, Mame). She can also be heard as the voice of “Sophie” in the feature filmAnastasia, as “Angelique” in the special
home video Beauty and the Beast: Enchanted Christmas, as Sue in The Land Before Time: The Great Longneck Migration, and the
voice of Rita the Cat in the popular Steven Spielberg animated program Animaniacs.
A performer of amazing versatility, Peters has lit up the silver screen in 17 films thro ughout her distinguished career. She received
a Golden Globe Award for her memorable performance inPennies From Heaven. Film credits include The Jerk with Steve Martin,
The Longest Yard with Burt Reynolds, Silent Movie with Mel Brooks,Annie with Carol Burnett, Pink Cadillac with Clint Eastwood,
Slaves of New York with Mercedes Ruehl, Woody Allen’s Alice with Mia Farrow,Impromptu with Hugh Grant and Mandy Patinkin,
and, It Runs in the Family, starring opposite Kirk and Michael Douglas.
In addition to numerous Grammy Award-winning Broadway cast albums including Gypsy andAnnie Get Your Gun, Peters has
recorded six solo albums: Sondheim, Etc., Etc.: Bernadette Peters Live at Carnegie Hall (The Rest of It);Bernadette Peters Loves
Rodgers & Hammerstein (Grammy Nomination); Sondheim Etc.: Bernadette Peters Live At Carnegie Hall (Grammy Nomination);
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight(Grammy Nomination); Bernadette Peters; andNow Playing.
Peters has received numerous accolades throughout her distinctive career, ranging from the Tony Award to a star on the Hollywood
Walk of Fame. The Police Athletic League (PAL), an organization which runs 84 youth centers and 150 summer camps for New
York City’s neediest children, named her as Woman of the Year for 1999. A few weeks earlier, the Actors Fund of America bestowed
Peters with their Artistic Achievement Award. She has received the Special Advocate Award from the City of New York for her
contributions to the gay and lesbian community, and is the youngest person to be inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame. Peters
also received the 2000 New York Heroes Award from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. In 2004, she was the
Arts and Entertainment recipient of the Matrix Award from New York Women in Communications, Inc. Other honors include
the Sarah Siddons Actress of the Year Award and Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year for her “lasting and impressive
contribution to the world of entertainment.”
Bernadette devotes her time and talents to numerous events that benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, in addition to her
“pet project” Broadway Barks!. In 2009 she performed a critically acclaimed one night only concert in New York City at the
Minskoff Theatre, “Bernadette Peters: A Special Concert for Broadway Barks Because Broadway Cares”, which the proceeds went
to both organizations.
She resides in New York City and Los Angeles.
AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS:
STAGE CREDITS:
1968: Theatre World Award
1969: Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance for Dames at Sea
1972: Tony Award nomination Best Featured Actress in a Musical, On the Town
1975: Tony Award nomination Best Actress in a Musical for Mack and Mabel
1981: Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Musical or
Comedy) for Pennies from Heaven
1984: Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical for Sunday in the
Park with George
1985: Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for Song and Dance
1985: Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Musical for Song and Dance
1985: Drama League Award Outstanding Performance of the Season
1993: Tony Award nomination Best Actress in a Musical for The Goodbye Girl
1999: Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical for
Annie Get Your Gun
1999: Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical for Annie Get
Your Gun
1999: Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for Annie Get Your Gun
2003: Drama Desk nomination for Best Actress in a Musical, Gypsy
2003: Tony nomination for Best Actress in a Musical, Gypsy
Gypsy - Dainty June (understudy) - U.S. Tour - 1961
The Penny Friend - Performer - Stage 73 (off-Broadway) - 1966
Curly McDimple - Performer - Bert Wheeler Theater (off-Broadway) - 1967
The Girl in the Freudian Slip - Leslie Maugham - Booth Theatre - 1967
Johnny No-Trump - Bettina - Cort Theatre (Broadway) - 1967
A Mother’s Kisses - Performer - Shubert Theatre (New Haven, CT) - 1968
Dames at Sea - Ruby - Bouwerie Lane Theatre (off-Broadway) 1968
George M! - Josie Cohan - Palace Theatre (Broadway) - 1968
La Strada - Gelsomina - Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (Broadway) - 1969
W.C. - Performer - U.S. Tour - 1970
Nevertheless They Laugh - Consuelo - Lamb’s Club (off-Broadway) - 1970
On the Town - Hildy Esterhazy - Imperial Theatre (Broadway) - 1971
Mack and Mabel - Mabel Normand - Majestic Theatre (Broadway) - 1974
Sally and Marsha - Sally - Manhattan Theatre Club (off-Broadway) - 1982
Sunday in the Park with George - Dot/Marie - Booth Theatre - 1984
Song and Dance - Emma - Royale Theatre (Broadway) - 1985
Into the Woods - Witch - Martin Beck Theatre (Broadway) - 1987
The Goodbye Girl - Paula - Marquis Theatre (Broadway) - 1993
Sunday in the Park with George (10th Reunion Concert) - Dot/Marie - St.
James Theatre (Broadway) - 1994
Into the Woods (10th Reunion Concert) - Witch - Broadway Theatre - 1997
Annie Get Your Gun - Annie Oakley - Marquis Theatre - 1999
Gypsy - Rose - Shubert Theatre - 2003
A Little Night Music - Desirée Armfeldt - Walter Kerr Theatre - 2010
Follies - Sally Durant Plummer - Marquis Theatre (Broadway) - 2011
RACHEL BROSNAHAN (ALICE)
R
achel Brosnahan received her BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in
May. In addition to COMING UP ROSES, Rachel can be seen in the upcoming Warner
Brother’s film Beautiful Creatures alongside Jeremy Irons, Emma Thompson and Viola
Davis. Beautiful Creatures was directed by Richard LaGravenese and is set for release
in February 2013. Rachel has appeared as a guest star on “The Good Wife” and “CSI:
Miami” and has a recurring role on the highly anticipated new Netflix series “House of
Cards” from executive producers David Fincher and Kevin Spacey. Rachel is a native of
the Chicago suburb Highland Park, IL and currently lives in Los Angeles.
PETER FRIEDMAN
(CHARLES)
P
eter Friedman is currently in Amy Herzog’s new play The Great God Pan. He was most
recently seen in the Annie Baker/Sam Gold Uncle Vanya, the musical The Shaggs:
Philosophy of the World, and Ms. Herzog’s After the Revolution. He originated the role
of Tateh in the musical Ragtime in its world premiere in Toronto, as well as on Broadway,
receiving an Outer Critics Circle Award and Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations.
He has appeared in the Ben Katchor/Mark Mulcahy musical The Slug Bearers of Kayrol
Island, Deborah Zoe Laufer’s End Days and Ms. Baker’s Body Awareness and Circle Mirror
Transformation. He was in the original New York productions of The Heidi Chronicles
by Wendy Wasserstein and Simon Gray’s The Common Pursuit (earning Drama Desk
nominations for both), A Soldier’s Play by Charles Fuller, C. P. Taylor’s and a Nightingale
Sang…, and Execution of Justice by Emily Mann. He also appeared in New York in The
Tenth Man by Paddy Chayefsky, Donald Margulies’ The Loman Family Picnic, Israel
Horovitz’ My Old Lady and the Broadway revival of Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men.
His films include The Savages; I’m Not There; Freedomland; Safe; The Seventh Sign;
Single White Female; Blink; Paycheck; The Messenger; Synecdoche, New York; Breaking
Upwards; Love and Other Drugs; Harvest; The Bitter Pill and Coming Up Roses. On
television he was a performer on The Muppet Show, and a regular on the series Brooklyn
Bridge.
REYNA DE COURCY (Cat)
O
riginally from Southern Oregon, Reyna de Courcy studied acting at Mason Gross
School of the Arts in New Jersey, before moving to NYC where she currently works
in film, television, and theatre. Film projects include ‘Coming Up Roses’ (dir Lisa
Albright),’Beach Pillows’ (dir Sean Hartofilis), and ‘Girls Against Boys’ (dir Austin Chick).
Theatrical credits include work with Soho Rep, The New Group, Clubbed Thumb, 13P,
Playwright’s Realm, The Humana Festival, and Impetuous Theater Group. Television
adventures include’Bored to Death’ (HBO), ‘Blue Bloods’ (CBS), and ‘Law & Order:
SVU’ (NBC). She is currently in rehearsal for the NY premiere of ‘The Whale’ by Samuel
D. Hunter with Playwright’s Horizons.
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COMING UP ROSES
A FILM BY LISA ALBRIGHT
COMING UP ROSES
Directed by
Lisa Albright
Written by
Lisa Albright
Christina Lazaridi
Produced by
Adam Folk
Jonathan Mason
Mona Lessnick
Director of Photography
Ryan Samul
Editor
Ray Hubley
Set Designer
Daniel Kersting
Costume Designer
Michael Anzalone
Original Score by
Dominic Matar
Casting by
Margery Simkin
Judy Henderson
CAST [in order of appearance]
Diane Young Alice Alice Cherie Bobby Priest Bobby’s Best Man Joe Cat Charles Charles Boss Physics Teacher Cat’s Mom Young Mother Jimmy Receptionist Dr. Light Gerry Officer Frank Arresting Officer Counselor Prostitute !
Stunt Coordinator Stunt Rigger BERNADETTE PETERS
SADIE FEIGHAN
RACHEL BROSNAHAN
SHANNON ESPER
ADAM GARCIA
MALACHY MCCOURT
ARI BUTLER
DAVID CALE
REYNA DE COURCY
PETER FRIEDMAN
ANDREW POLK
AMELIA CAMPBELL
ANN DOWD
SUSAN O’CONNOR
JAYCE BARTOK
JAMIE HURLEY
CHRISTOPHER DURHAM
DANIEL ORESKES
JORDAN HALL
NEAL MATERAZZO
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TONY VINCENT
JARED BURKE
CREW
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Featuring the original song:
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MUSIC
“Flora the Red Menace”
by John Kander, Fred Ebb, David Thompson
Based on the novel “Love is Just Around the Corner” by Lester Atwell
Originally adapted by George Abbott
Dialogue quoted by permission
© 1965, 1988 by Alley Music Corp., and Trio Music Co., Inc.
All rights reserved
“Sing Happy”
Written by John Kander and Fred Ebb
Used by permission of Alley Music Corporation and Trio Music Co., Inc.
Performed by Bernadette Peters
Orchestrated and Conducted by Alan Zahn
“I Say a Little Prayer”
Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Performed by Dionne Warwick
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
WB Music Corp. o/b/o New Hidden Valley Music Co.
& Casa David
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
“Sunrise, Sunset”
Written by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick
Used by permission of Alley Music Corporation
Bock IP, LLC, T/Q Music Inc., and Williamson Music
“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”
Traditional
Courtesy of Non-Stop Music/Cavendish
“Into the Night”
Written by Benny Mardones and Robert Tepper
Performed by Benny Mardones
Published by Spirit Two Music, Inc. o/b/o Spirit Services Holdings, s.a.r.l.
Courtesy of Go-Kart Records (By arrangement with Spirit Music Group, Inc.)
“The Impossible Dream”
Written by Mitch Leigh and Joe Darion
© 1965 by Andrew Scott Music (ASCAP)
Helena Music Company (ASCAP)
"Get Out of My Head and Into the Ground"
Written by Jason Killinger
Performed by The Trauma Queens
Courtesy of Fake Chapter Records & Music Supervisor Inc.
“Ohio”
Written by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green
Published by Chappell & Co. o/bo itself and
Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Co, LLC
“Make it Happen”
Composed by Dom Massaro
Published by RFT Music Publishing Corp.
Courtesy of Selectracks/Valentino
“Angel of the Morning”
Written by Taylor Chip
Performed by Juice Newton
Published by EMI Blackwood Music, Inc.
Courtesy of Cleopatra Records
By arrangement with pigFACTORY USA, LLC
“Cosma Shiva”
Performed by Nina Hagen
Published by High Productions
Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Netherlands
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
“Never Say Never”
Written by Debora Iyall, Benjamin Bossi,
Frank Zincavage, Larry Carter, and Peter Woods
Published by Talk Dirty Music
Administered by Bug
“Lotus Out of Water”
Performed by Hong Ting
Courtesy of Oliver Sudden Productions
“Key Largo”
Written by Bertie Higgins and Sony Limbo
Performed by Bertie Higgins
Published by Sony ATV Songs/ Sony ATV Tunes
Courtesy of Cleopatra Records
By arrangement with PigFACTORY USA, LLC
“Parsifal Prelude Act I”
Composed by Richard Wagner
Performed by the Nüremberg Symphony Orchestra
Courtesy of Selectracks/Denon Classics
“Go, Pat Go!”
Written and Performed by The McVeighs
Courtesy ofhe McVeighs
“Big Spender”
Written by Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields
Published by Chrysalis Music Publishing, LLC
“Thirty Six”
Written by Bryan Bruchman, Tina DaCosta,
Jared Friedman, Jeremy Joseph, Jeremiah McVay
Performed by Man in Gray
Courtesy of Man in Gray and Serious Business Records
“Ach, ich fühl's, es ist entschwunden”
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed by Maria Venuti - Soprano
Courtesy of Selectracks/Denon Classics
“Never”
Written by Walter Block, Holly Knight,
Ann Dustin Wilson, Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson
Performed by Sonic Backing
Published by Mike Chapman Publishing Enterprises
Universal Music Corp. o/b/o Strange Euphoria Music and Known Music
Courtesy of SBI by arrangement with pigFACTORY USA, LLC
“American Society”
Performed by Eddie and the Subtitles
Written by Eddie Joseph, Mike Patton, Matt Simon
Published by Thunderbird Music
Courtesy of Frontier Records
By arrangement with pigFACTORY USA, LLC
“Do You Know the Way to San Jose?”
Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Performed by Dionne Warwick
Published by WB Music Corp. o/b/o New Hidden Valley Music Co.
& Casa David
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
“Deck the Halls”
Traditional
Performed by The Victorian Singers
Courtesy of Crystal Clarity Publishing
“I’ve Got the Sun in the Morning”
Written by Irving Berlin
Published by Irving Berlin Music Co.

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