CUE & A REVISITED: "Favorite Showtunes of All Time"; Over 70 Actors Respond

By Playbill Staff
22 Nov 2013

Taylor Louderman

Andrew Keenan-Bolger
"The Riddle Song" from Floyd Collins, “Make Someone Happy” from Do Re Mi, “Our Time” from Merrily We Roll Along, “96,000” from In the Heights, “Paris Through the Window” from A Class Act

Taylor Louderman
"Dance of the Robe" from Aida

Howard McGillin
"A Quiet Thing" by Kander and Ebb. I'm a softie, what can I say?

Anna Chlumsky
"Broadway Baby"
"Adelaide's Lament"
"I Am What I Am"
"The Impossible Dream"

Bruce Dow
"Lonely House" from Street Scene
"As If We Never Said Goodbye" from Sunset Boulevard
"Rose's Turn" from Gypsy
... that's today's list. It's always changing. That's the beauty of a showtune - you can always find a perfect song to fit any mood at any given time.

Alex Timbers
“From this Moment On” from Cole Porter's Out of this World

Jayne Houdyshell
Anyone Can Whistle,” “Who Are You Now,” “Rose’s Turn,” “Move On”

Michael Cumpsty
"If I Loved You" from Carousel