Cats (2013)
Cast
Ryan Tackett - Rum Tum Tugger
Patrick Mellen - Old Deuteronomy
KC Fredericks - Mr. Mistoffelees
Taylor Dayne -
Grizabella

Score
Act1:
Ouverture
Prologue
The Naming of Cats
The Invitation to the Jellicle Ball
The Old Gumbie Cat
The Rum Tum Tugger
Grizabella: The Glamour Cat
Bustopher Jones: The Cat About Town
Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer
Old Deuteronomy
The Awful Battle of The Pekes and the Pollicles
The Song of the Jellicles
The Jellicle Ball
Grizabella, The Glamour Cat (Reprise)
Memory

Act2:
The Moments of Happiness/Memory
Gus: The Theatre Cat
Growltiger's Last Stand
Gus: The Theater Cat (Reprise)
Skimbleshanks: The Railway Cat
Macavity: The Mystery Cat
Macavity Fight
Mr. Mistoffelees
Jellicle Choice/Daylight
Memory (Reprise)
The Journey to the Heaviside Layer
Finale: The Ad-Dressing of Cats

Synopsis
Based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats and other poems by T.S. Eliot, the musical takes place in a junkyard where the local cats are auditioning to be chosen by their leader, Old Deuteronomy, to journey to the Heavyside Lair to be reborn. In the end, the former glamour cat
turned disheveled outcast, Grizabella, is chosen by Deuteronomy to receive the prized additional life.

Aida (2001)
Cast
Taylor Dayne -
Princess Amneris
Adam Pascall - Radames
Heather Headley - Aida
Damian Perkins - Mereb
John Hickok - Zoser
Graeme Malcolm - Pharaoh
Schele Williams - Nehebka
Tyrees Allen - Amonarso

Score
Every Story Is a Love Story
Fortune Favors the Brave
Past Is Another Land
Another Pyramid
How I Know You
My Strongest Suit
Enchantment Passing Through
Dance of the Robe
Not Me
Elaborate Lives
Gods Love Nubia
Step Too Far
Easy as Life
Like Father, Like Son
Radames' Letter
Written in the Stars
I Know the Truth


Synopsis
Based on the story from Giuseppe Verdi's opera of the same name, Aida tells the tale of the enslaved Nubian Princess who becomes the pivotal point in a romantic triangle with Captain Radamés and his betrothed,
Princess Amneris, daughter of the Pharaoh. Captured by Radamés' men, Aida falls in love with the Captain while also befriending Amneris, to whom Aida is assigned as handmaiden. Radamés returns Aida's love as he becomes enchanted with her spirit and the inherent royal aura she cannot hide. Radamés' father, Zoser, is taking action to ensure that the Pharaoh's reign ends soon so that Radamés, after marrying Amneris, can take over as ruler.

Archy & Mehitabel (1996)
Cast
Lee Wilkof - Archy
Taylor Dayne -
Mehitabel
Timothy Warmen - Big Bill
Bill Buell - Tyrone T. Tattersall
Mehitabel’s cohorts
Residents of Shinbone Alley
The Newspaperman, an offstage narrator, non-singing
The Ladybugs

Score
What Do We Care?
Toujours Gai
Queer Little Insect
The Bragging Flea
Trio
My Real Romance
Lightning Bug Song
Flotsam and Jetsam
Come To Me-ow
Suicide Song
The Actor Cat
Romeo and Juliet
A Woman Wouldn't Be a Woman
Lullaby
The Rescue
Pretty Kitty
The Way She Used to Be
Roun' in a Circle
Lady Bug Song
Song Of The Moth
Finale

Synopsis
Taylor performed the lead role
Mehitabel in the stage production of 'Archy & Mehitabel' at Town Hall in NYC. This was an adaptation of the 1950's Broadway hit play Archy and Mehitabel, a love story between an alley cat and a cockroach, written by Mel Brooks with Mehitabel originally played by Eartha Kitt. The musical is based on the works of Don Marquis who created the fictional characters in 1916.