Page, Feldshuh and a Bock and Harnick Tribute Featured on Playbill Radio Oct. 14-21

News   Page, Feldshuh and a Bock and Harnick Tribute Featured on Playbill Radio Oct. 14-21 In addition to round-the-clock show tunes and Broadway news at the top of each hour, Playbill Radio offers the following special programming.
Tovah Feldshuh
Tovah Feldshuh

The schedule for the week of Oct. 14–21 follows.

Center Stage
Oct. 14: Special guest is Patrick Page, Broadway's former Scar in The Lion King and title character in How the Grinch Stole Christmas! He tells host Robert Viagas what it's like to play King Henry VIII in Broadway's A Man for All Seasons and act opposite multiple Tony winner Frank Langella as Sir Thomas More.

This week's "Center Stage" debuts at 7 PM ET Tuesday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Wednesday, Oct. 15; 11 PM Wednesday, Oct. 15; 2 PM Thursday, Oct. 16; 11 AM Saturday, Oct. 18; and 4 PM Sunday, Oct. 19.

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

Playbill Presents
Oct. 15: Playbill Radio takes its microphone into Sardi's to talk with four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh, star of the harrowing new Off-Broadway drama, Irena's Vow, about a Polish woman who risks everything to save the lives of 12 Jews during the Nazi occupation. This week's "Playbill Presents" debuts at 7 PM (ET) Wednesday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Thursday, Oct. 16; 11 PM Thursday, Oct. 16; 2 PM Friday Oct. 17; 4 PM Saturday, Oct. 18; and 11 AM Sunday, Oct. 19.

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

Composer Spotlight
Oct. 16: A tour through the career of Broadway songwriters Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, whose hits include Fiddler on the Roof, Fiorello! and She Loves Me.

Each week's "Composer Spotlight" show debuts at 7 PM (ET) Thursday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Friday, Oct. 17; 11 PM Friday, Oct. 17; 8 PM Sunday, Oct. 19; and 2 PM Monday, Oct. 20.

"Theater Talk" on Playbill Radio
Oct. 18: "Forum at The Guthrie:" The artistic directors of four prominent (Tony Award-winning) Midwestern theatres discuss the importance of the resident theatre movement, the challenges they face with the declining economy, and the advance of new technologies in the arts. The panel includes Joe Dowling from The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Barbara Gaines of The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Martha Lavey of Steppenwolf in Chicago, and Peter C. Brosius of The Children's Theatre of Minneapolis.

Each week's "Theater Talk" show debuts at 7 PM (ET) Saturday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 11 PM Monday, Oct. 20; and 2 PM Tuesday, Oct. 21.

This weekend's programming features Christine Lahti at 11 AM Saturday, Oct. 11 and 4 PM Sunday, Oct. 12; John Patrick Shanley at 4 PM Saturday, Oct. 11 and 11 AM Sunday, Oct. 12; a Schwartz and Dietz Tribute at 8 PM Sunday, Oct. 12 and 2 PM Monday, Oct. 13; and "Theater Talk" at 7 PM Saturday, Oct. 11, 11 PM Monday, Oct. 13 and 2 PM Tuesday, Oct. 14.