Joey Contreras musical In Pieces album released – download & stream now!

A highlights album featuring songs from Joey Contreras musical In Pieces is out now!

A host of talented stars feature on the album including Solea Pfeiffer (Hamilton), Andrew Barth Feldman (Dear Evan Hansen) and George Salazar (Be More Chill).

They’re joined by Ashley De La Rosa, Ben Fankhauser, Natalie Weiss, Sean Doherty, Mia Gerachis, David Archuleta, Brian Russell Carey and more.

In Pieces album – download & stream

A synopsis for In Pieces shares: “Our love lives are constantly IN PIECES. Shifting in and out of feeling fully complete. But you never know how a single spark one day can unlock a new you, so we make a choice at the crossroad, we say yes to the coffee date, and wherever that leads, we learn to embrace the journey.

“The new song cycle threads Contreras’ musical theatre and pop catalog into a theatrical setting, exploring the universal search for clarity and empowerment through different kinds of relationships.”

The full track list for the album is as follows:

1. Fork in the Road (Intro) – In Pieces Ensemble

2. You Never Know – Brad Greer, Mia Gerachis, In Pieces Ensemble

3. Me and Mr. Popularity – Andrew Barth Feldman

4. This Is Not Me – George Salazar

5. Like You Don’t Miss Me – Stevi Incremona, Natalie Weiss, Ashley De La Rosa

6. Another New York Love Story – Leslie Hiatt

7. Love Me, Love Me Not – David Archuleta

8. Singin’ the Same Line – Solea Pfeiffer, In Pieces Ensemble

9. In Pieces – Ben Fankhauser, In Pieces Ensemble

10. Fork in the Road – Joey Contreras, Tommy Kaiser, In Pieces Ensemble

The musical is scheduled to make its UK premiere online from 23 April.

The cast will feature Kyle Birch, Amy Di Bartolomeo, Hiba Elchikhe, Jordan Luke Gage, Ross Harmon, Beccy Lane, Danielle Steers and Luke Street.

They’re joined by Erin Bell, Millie Cranston, Jack Dargan, Megan Cerys Holland, Rhianna Richards and Jason Leigh Winter who make up the ensemble.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.