In the Hawkeye series, Rogers: The Musical is based on the life of Steve Rogers, better known as the first Captain America. The first episode finds Clint Barton (aka Hawkeye) being the only Avenger who actually shows up to see the production, which includes a musical number based on the Avengers’ battle of New York.
The battle song, titled “Save the City,” was written especially for the series by Marc Shaiman and Scott WIttman. In real life, it featured the vocals of Adam Pascal, Ty Taylor, Rory Donovan, Derek Klena, Bonnie Milligan, Christopher Sieber, and Shayna Steele.
Marvel has not yet provided any further details for the Rogers production, except that it will be a one-act show at the Hyperion Theatre inside the Anaheim-based theme park and it will premiere this summer. A recent casting notice for an unspecified production at the Hyperion detailed that a book will be written by Hunter Bell ([title of show]), with music by Christopher Lennertz (Agent Carter). That information has not been confirmed.
A timeless story of a timeless hero! A short one-act musical is coming for a limited time this summer to Disney California Adventure Park! Stay tuned for more details: https://t.co/BXBuYAmBnf pic.twitter.com/g51oXriIqq
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