For those who are sad that Rogers: The Musical ended its run at the Hyperion Theater at Disney California Adventure, there is some good news.
According to Billboard, Rogers: The Musical will see its cast recording album hit digital retailers and streaming services on Friday, September 15 from Walt Disney Records. The 12-track set is the companion album to the stage show of the same name, which played for two months this past summer at the Hyperion. Rogers: The Musical cast album will only be commercially available as a digital download album and via streaming services. There’s no word on if it will be released in any physical formats, such as CD, vinyl or cassette.
Rogers: The Musical Tracklist
“U.S. Opening Night,” Bella Hicks, Krystle Rose’ Simmons, Alex Karukas, Matthew P. Selby, Rogers: The Musical – Cast
“I Want You,” Josey Montana McCoy
“Star-Spangled Man,” Bella Hicks, Krystle Rose’ Simmons, Rogers: The Musical – Cast
“Just One Dance (Preprise 1),” Luke Monday, Rachel Wirtz
“Star-Spangled Man (Reprise)/Just One Dance (Preprise 2),” Luke Monday, Rachel Wirtz
“What You Missed,” Jay Donnell, Bella Hicks, Krystle Rose’ Simmons, Luke Monday
“Save the City,” Bella Hicks, Andrew Hubert, Luke Monday, Alex Karukas, Rogers: The Musical – Cast
“Save the City (Playoff),” Luke Monday, Rogers: The Musical – Cast
“End of the Line,” Luke Monday, Josey Montana McCoy
“Just One Dance,” Rachel Wirtz, Luke Monday
“Rogers: The Musical Finale/Save the City (Reprise),” Luke Monday, Rachel Wirtz, Josey Montana McCoy, Jay Donnell, Andrew Huber, Bella Hicks, Krystle Rose’ Simmons, Alex Karukas
“Rogers: The Musical (Playoff),” Christopher Lennertz, Alex Karukas
The musical was conceived for the 2021 Marvel Studios Disney+ miniseries Hawkeye by head writer Jonathan Igla, which featured the musical number “Save the City”, written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. “Save the City” garnered a mixed response from viewers, and was performed live at the 2022 D23 Expo. Multiple Easter eggs referencing the musical have since been added to several MCU properties.
Rogers: The Musical chronicles the life of Steve Rogers / Captain America from his origins in the 1940s until the events of the film Avengers: Endgame (2019), based on information known to the public in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It contains intentional plot inaccuracies such as the presence of Scott Lang / Ant-Man during the Battle of New York.