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Director-choreographer Rob Ashford discusses “Turkey Lurkey Time” Promises, Promises is back on Broadway and this means only one thing: so is "Turkey Lurkey Time." Tony-nominated director and choreographer Rob Ashford talks about tackling the iconic dance sequence.
Tony Award nominee Stephen Kunken shares a childhood stage memory Stephen Kunken, a 2010 Tony Award nominee for his Featured Actor work in Enron, talks about a childhood stage role that was all in the family.
Christopher Fitzgerald Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Christopher Fitzgerald of Finian's Rainbow reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Sean Hayes Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Sean Hayes of Promises, Promises reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Stephen McKinley Henderson Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Stephen McKinley Henderson of Fences reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Christiane Noll Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Christiane Noll of Ragtime reacts to her 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Eddie Redmayne Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Eddie Redmayne of Red reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Levi Kreis Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Levi Kreis of Million Dollar Quartet reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Kate Baldwin Reacts to Her 2010 Tony Award Nomination Kate Baldwin of Finian's Rainbow reacts to her 2010 Tony Award nomination.
Christopher Ashley Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Christopher Ashley, director of Memphis, reacts to his 2010 Tony Award nomination.
Montego Glover Reacts to Her 2010 Tony Award Nomination Kate Baldwin of Memphis reacts to her 2010 Tony Award nomination.
Geoffrey Nauffts reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination Geoffrey Nauffts, playwright of Next Fall, reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Douglas Hodge Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Douglas Hodge of La Cage aux Folles, reacts to his 2010 Tony Award Nomination
Robin De Jesús Reacts to His 2010 Tony Award Nomination Robin De Jes
“I’m Not That Guy” (0:42) A clip of the song "I'm Not That Guy" from Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
“The Saddest Songs” (0:43) A clip of the song "The Saddest Songs" from Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
“Populism Yea Yea” (0:43) A clip of the song "Populism Yea Yea" from Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
Diva Talk - Donna McKechnie Tony Award winner Donna McKechnie discusses Ann Miller, Follies, and Stephen Sondheim.
American Idiot Rebecca Naomi Jones and, Tony Award winner, John Gallagher, Jr. talk about American Idiot and their roles in this brand new musical.
Million Dollar Quartet An interview with the stars and creators of the new Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet," which recreates the day Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins jammed together in a Memphis Tennessee recording studio
“Looped” Valerie Harper tells Playbill Radio what it's like to play out-of-control film diva Tallulah Bankhead near the end of her fabled Hollywood career in the new Broadway comedy Looped," by Matthew Lombardo, who is also a guest.
Next Fall Geoffrey Nauffts' "Next Fall" has moved to Broadway's Helen Hayes Theatre after a hit Off-Broadway run last summer. Playbill.com's Ken Jones speaks to the playwright, director Sheryl Kaller and stars Patrick Breen and Patrick Heusinger.
“All About Me” Special guests are Dame Edna, Michael Feinstein and Christopher Durang, the trio collaborating on the new Broadway show, All About Me." They tell host Robert Viagas how their unlikely chemistry works on this unusual show.
The Miracle Worker The Miracle Worker is William Gibson's 1959 drama about Helen Keller. The new Broadway revival stars Tony-nominee Alison Pill as Anne and Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin as Helen. They tell Playbill Radio host Robert Viagas about their journey.
TimesTalks: Angela Lansbury Highlights from the New York Times' Arts & Leisure Weekend conversation with Emmy, Oscar and Tony-winner Angela Lansbury. A Broadway icon, Angela Lansbury, recently returned to Broadway in a revival of "A Little Night Music." Among highlights: a segment
Sally Mayes Discusses Her Favorite Roles with Andrew Gans Tony and Drama Desk nominee Sally Mayes discusses her favorite stage roles with Playbill.com Editor Andrew Gans.
Singer Dan Zanes Country singer Dan Zanes confesses he doesn't know much about Broadway, but he knows the kind of the music he likes. Now his Grammy-winning group, Dan Zanes and Friends, has put out a unique album of showtunes titled "76 Trombones."
TimesTalks: Beth Henley, Donald Margulies & John Patrick Shanley Highlights from the New York Times' Arts & Leisure Weekend conversation with three Pulitzer Prize-winning playwrights: John Patrick Shanley ("Doubt"), Beth Henley ("Crimes of the Heart") and Donald Margulies ("Dinner With Friends" and the new Broadway dra
“Zero Hour” star Jim Brochu Special guest is Zero Mostel--or the closest we're going to get: Jim Brochu the actor who plays the late star of "Fiddler on the Roof" and "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" in the one-man Off-Broadway show, "Zero Hour." Brochu will tell st
Songwriters Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich Guests are songwriters Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler ("Dear Edwina," "Ever After" and the cabaret standard "Taylor the Latte Boy"), who were recently named winners of the Fred Ebb Award and released a new studio album of their best songs.
“Mary Poppins” stars Christian Borle and Laura Michelle Kelly Disney Theatricals has made two canny choices in its new Mary Poppins and its new Bert. One is a favorite in London; the other has a fan following in New York. Host Robert Viagas has them both on tap for you.
“Irving Berlin’s White Christmas” It's holiday time in Times Square and the biggest holiday show on Broadway this year is "Irving Berlin's White Christmas," a musical adaptation of the beloved Hollywood film, which draws on Berlin's overflowing songbook. Host Robert Viagas goes backstage
Brian Stokes Mitchell Brian Stokes Mitchell, the Tony-winning star of Kiss Me, Kate and the original Coalhouse Walker in Ragtime visits Playbill Radio this week to tell what it was like to perform before a live audience of 21,000 in Salt Lake City while making hi
Race Pulitzer-winning playwright David Mamet has written a new Broadway drama, "Race" that looks behind both black and white attitudes toward prejudice in the 21st century. Host Robert Viagas interviews the entire four-member cast: David Alan Grier, Richard Th
The Neil Simon Plays We talk to director David Cromer, stars Laurie Metcalf, and Dennis Boutsikaris and producer Azenberg about the Neil Simon plays Brighton Beach Memoirs and Broadway Bound, the former of which closed abruptly and the later which was never prod
Finian’s Rainbow Broadway is getting its first full-scale revival of the musical "Finian's Rainbow" in decades. The 1947 original is remembered as a lighthearted affair, something about a leprechaun and a stolen crock of gold that grants three wishes. But for all its Iris
Chita RIvera Chita Rivera, 76 years old and now in her sixth decade as an entertainer, is striking out in a new direction with a CD and stage show that emphasize her the vocal cords instead of her legendary gams. The album is "And Now I Swing," containing showtunes a
“Oleanna” What do Edward Albee, David Mamet and Mel Brooks have in common? Actor Bill Pullman, who created roles for all three great authors and who's now starring on Broadway in Mamet's "Oleanna," gives host Robert Viagas the answer. Viagas also talks with directo
“Superior Donuts” Tracy Letts won the Pulitzer Prize, the Tony Award for Best Play--and pretty much every other award they give--for his 2007 drama "August: Osage County," which originated at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. Steppenwolf wasted no time in stagin
Henry Miller’s Theatre Join Robert Viagas on a walking tour of Henry Miller's Theatre, the first new Broadway theatre built in the 21st century. Guide is Pam Campbell of Cook + Fox, the architectural firm that designed the new playhouse.
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