LES MISERABLES 25th ANNIVERSARY. Hadley plays a drunk and strokes Ramin Karimloo's face. What more could you want from the world's most popular musical...?
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 25th ANNIVERSARY. Hadley plays a man who ends up as a drunk (in the sequel) and strokes Sierra Boggess' face. What more could you want from the world's most popular musical...? Wait a second...
THE LOST TRIBE was Hadley's first feature film, shot on location in Panama in 2007. He gets his heart ripped out by a big monkey man and it's now available on DVD.
CONVINCING CLOONEY was Hadley's second feature film. He plays a daft cockney in Los Angeles and pretends he can play basketball.
Hadley was a regular on the first series of the immensely popular Nick Jr show THE FRESH BEAT BAND. Probably one for the kids, unless you want to learn how the pros would wear a green jumper.
With Hadley's first solo album still a little way in the future, there are however a couple of ways in which to hear him again and again. Should you want to do so, which isn't advised...
Firstly, here on the excellent Scott Alan record, KEYS. Scott is one of NYC's finest young songwriters, and he and Hadley have forged something of a regular working relationship (more by luck than judgment). They recently collaborated on a workshop of HOME: THE SCOTT ALAN SONG CYCLE in London - more from that in the near future we hope.
Secondly, here's the Original Cast Recording of THE PIRATE QUEEN on which Hadley can be heard singing the role of Tiernan alongside Broadway regulars Stephanie J. Block, Marcus Chait and Linda Balgord. You might need a U.S. itunes account for this one, so apologies all you Brits.
Thirdly, the extended disc from the team behind THE FAR PAVILIONS. Something of an amalgamated effort, this record predominantly features the original studio concept recording, but promotion tracks from the West End production (featuring Hadley) have been recently added to the mix. Enjoy.
Last (for the moment), but not least is Ramin Karimloo's WITHIN THE SIX SQUARE INCH. Hadley duets with Ramin, now appearing as the Phantom in LOVE NEVER DIES at the Adelphi, on NEW YORK STATE OF MIND.