“On Broadway” with hosts Stuart Brown and Marissa Perry, features chats and interviews in this bi-weekly podcast, a companion to ‘Sounds of Broadway’ – our 24/7 online Broadway music radio. New episodes are released every other Friday. Full information for each episode including playlists is available at BroadwayRadioPrograms.com/podcasts. Or click on the links below for the latest shows.
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- Interview with Lyricist Susan Birkenhead (4/2) – In this episode, co-hosts Marissa Perry and Stuart Brown interview musical theater lyricist Susan Birkenhead who has written numerous Off-Broadway and Broadway musicals. She also talks about her new Broadway musical – Betty Boop.
- “On Broadway” Reborn (3/19) – “On Broadway” starts a new format, beginning with this episode. Actress Marissa Perry joins Stuart Brown as co-host of the podcast. In this episode, as a way to introduce Marissa, she relates some inspirational and heart-wrenching stories that are inspirational as well as instructive.
- Academy Award Winning Songs (3/12) – We honor Broadway composers that have won the Academy Award for Best Song. Composers/composing teams include Irving Berlin, Frank Loesser, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Lerner and Loewe and more.
- Black History Month, Part 2 (2/12) – We celebrate Black History Month, Part 2, in this episode featuring such African-American performers as Audra McDonald, Cynthia Erivo, Gregory Hines, Jennifer Holiday, and others.
- Black History Month, Part 1 (2/12) – For this episode, we celebrate Black History Month, Part 1, featuring such African-American performers as Pearl Bailey, Ben Vereen, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Heather Hedley, and others.
- Potpourri (2/5) – For this episode, an assortment of musical selections from the Off-Broadway and Broadway stages.
- Friendship (1/29) – During this time of COVID, we need to connect with our friends and socially engage with them, whether at a distance or online. To inspire listeners to connect, all songs on this episode deal with friendship.
- Welcome Joe Biden (1/22) – On this episode we celebrate the inauguration of the 46th U.S. President, Joseph R. Biden, with songs of welcome.
- The Goodbye Show (1/15) – The first of two politically apolitical episodes. This week, simply, Goodbye to the current administration in Washington, D.C.
- When? (1/8) – When this? When that? All songs tonight answer this time-challenged question.
- Happy Birthday Jule Styne (1/1) – We celebrate the anniversary of composer Jule Styne’s birth, born on December 31, 1905. Selections from over a dozen of his musicals are presented including Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Peter Pan, Gypsy, and Funny Girl.