August: Osage County Stars, Glory Days Preview and Marvin Hamlisch Tribute on Playbill Radio April 15-21

News   August: Osage County Stars, Glory Days Preview and Marvin Hamlisch Tribute on Playbill Radio April 15-21 In addition to round-the-clock show tunes and Broadway news at the top of each hour, Playbill Radio offers the following special programming.

The schedule for the week of April 15-21 follows.

Center Stage
April 15: Special guests are Mariann Mayberry and Kimberly Guerrero, who tell what life is like backstage at the Pulitzer-winning drama, August: Osage County, which transfers to the Music Box Theatre April 29.

Each week's new "Center Stage" show debuts at 7 PM ET Tuesday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Wednesday, April 16; 11 PM Wednesday, April 16; 2 PM Thursday, April 17; 11 AM Saturday, April 19; and 4 PM Sunday, April 20.

Edited versions of the "Center Stage" programs are available as podcasts.

Playbill Presents
April 16: Playbill Radio visits the rehearsal hall of the new musical Glory Days to talk to 23-year-old songwriters Nick Blaemire and James Gardiner whose surprise Virginia hit is making the leap to Broadway April 22. Each week's "Playbill Presents" show debuts at 7 PM (ET) Wednesday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Thursday, April 17; 11 PM Thursday, April 17; 2 PM Friday, April 18; 4 PM Saturday, April 19; and 11 AM Sunday, April 20.

Edited versions of the "Playbill Presents" programs are available as podcasts.

Composer Spotlight
April 17: A salute to Marvin Hamlisch, composer of A Chorus Line, They're Playing Our Song, Sweet Smell of Success, The Goodbye Girl and other musicals.

Each week's "Composer Spotlight" show debuts at 7 PM (ET) Thursday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Friday, April 18; 11 PM Friday, April 18; 8 PM Sunday, April 20; and 2 PM Monday, April 21.

This weekend's programming features Cry-Baby cast and creators at 11 AM Saturday, April 12 and 4 PM Sunday, April 13; Sunday in the Park with George stars at 4 PM Saturday, April 12 and 11 AM Sunday, April 13; and an Alan Menken Salute at 8 PM Sunday, April 13 and 2 PM Monday, April 14.