The Masterworks Broadway podcast series celebrates the greatest cast recordings from the American musical theater. Go backstage and center stage, into the golden age and back again, featuring the stars and the creative personalities that made the magic, as well as the unforgettable music they sang and danced. If you love Broadway, this is the ticket! Enjoy episodes featuring A Chorus Line, Chicago, Ave Q, Grease, Hair, Stephen Sondheim, Betty Buckley, Barbara Cook, Bernadette Peters, Angela Lansbury, Chita Rivera, Harvey Fierstein, Jerry Herman, Hello Dolly, Mame, La Cage Aux Folles, Milk and Honey, Dear World and more.
January 9th, 2012
Episode 95 of 95 episodes
Jo Sullivan reminisces about her early days as a Broadway chorus singer and ingénue, including a mid-1950s revival ofCarousel at City Center with Barbara Cook, leading to her life-changing encounter with Frank Loesser. She shares her memories of Loesser, how he worked and how deeply involved he became in the art and business of making [...]
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