The schedule for the week of Feb. 3-10 follows.
Feb. 3: Host Robert Viagas goes into the rehearsal hall with two Broadway favorites, Malcolm Gets (Amour) and Will Chase (High Fidelity, Rent). They star in the two-hander musical The Story of My Life, which debuted at Goodspeed's Norma Terris Theatre in Connecticut, and is coming to Broadway's Booth Theatre. They talk about male friendship, lost chances and their completely original new musical with a score by a team of bright Broadway newcomers.
Each week's new "Center Stage" show debuts at 7 PM ET Tuesday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Wednesday, Feb. 4; 11 PM Wednesday, Feb. 4; 2 PM Thursday, Feb. 5; 11 AM Saturday, Feb. 7; 4 PM Sunday, Feb. 8.
Edited versions of the "Center Stage" programs are available as podcasts.
Feb. 5: Part 2 of our tour through the career of Andrew Lloyd Webber continues with a look at Phantom of the Opera through Sunset Boulevard and Whistle Down the Wind to the present. Each week's "Composer Spotlight" debuts at 7 PM (ET) Thursday, with repeats scheduled for: (all times are ET) 2 AM Friday, Feb. 6; 11 PM Friday, Feb. 6; 10 PM Sunday, Feb. 8; 2 PM Monday, Feb. 9.
"Theater Talk" on Playbill Radio
Feb. 7: Frank Langella on Frost/Nixon. The Tony Award-winning actor discusses his role as disgraced US President, Richard Nixon, in Peter Morgan’s celebrated history-based drama, now adapted into and Academy Award-nominated film for which Langella is also a nominee.
Each week's "Theater Talk" show debuts at 7 PM (ET) Saturday, with repeats scheduled for: (all times are ET) 11 PM Monday, Feb. 9; 2 PM Tuesday, Feb. 10.
This weekend's programming features Kent Thompson at 11 AM Saturday, Jan. 31 and 4 PM Sunday, Feb. 1; part one of an Andrew Lloyd Webber Tribute at 8 PM Sunday, Feb. 1 and 2 PM Monday, Feb. 2; and "Theater Talk" at 7 PM Saturday, Jan. 31, 11 PM Monday, Feb. 2 and 2 PM Tuesday, Feb. 3.