The novels of Charles Dickens have been translated to some of the most successful theatrical productions of all time from the musical Oliver to the award-winning drama The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. The latest page-to-stage adaptation is Jill Santoriello's musical A Tale of Two Cities, which has arrived at Broadway's Al Hirschfeld Theatre after a successful run earlier this year at Sarasota's Asolo Theatre. At a recent press event, TheaterMania spoke with five of the show's stars, James Barbour, Aaron Lazar, Gregg Edelman, Brandi Burkhardt, and Natalie Toro, and got a sneak preview of the rousing score.