I Was There: Creating Broadway’s Greatest Musicals

I Was There: Creating Broadway’s Greatest Musicals

“I Was There” looks at the creation of Broadway’s greatest works — from the perspective of the original cast who brought it to life. From auditions to previews, rehearsals, and performances, the podcast looks at changes made along the way, the creative and personal challenges faced by the cast and creative team, and what it was like to birth one of Broadway’s greatest musicals. Hosted by David Meyers.

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast

Fifty Key Stage Musicals: The Podcast is a supplement to the Routledge Press publication Fifty Key Stage Musicals. Each episode focuses on an iconic musical that altered the landscape of the genre and features interviews with theatre professionals and scholars. Hosts: Andrew Child and Robert W. Schneider.

ICONS: Harlem Renaissance in Motion

ICONS: Harlem Renaissance in Motion

Travel back in time and be enthralled by unheard, unseen voices of The Harlem Renaissance as they are brought to life in half-hour radio dramas written by playwrights of color.

Destination Freedom Black Radio Days

Destination Freedom Black Radio Days

A live radio show picks up where the first nationwide African-American radio drama, produced in Chicago by Richard Durham more than sixty years ago, left off. The show walked a daring line between reform and revolution, and was shut down by its network in 1950, as McCarthyism and anti-communism tightened its grip on American broadcasting.

Broadway Nation

Broadway Nation

Broadway Nation is a lively and opinionated cultural history of the Broadway Musical that tells the extraordinary story of how Immigrants, Jews, Queers, African-Americans and other outcasts invented the Broadway Musical, and how they changed America in the process.

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