Here is a list of and television shows, both New York and national, that are featuring theatre or theatre performers in the near future. Also listed are more general shows that sometimes showcase theatre-related pieces as part of the mix. All information subject to change (especially during current national crisis); check local listings for schedules.
Regular Programming BROADWAY BEAT
Broadway-themed weekly show on Time Warner cable, channel 67, 1 AM. Host: Richard Jay Alexander.
CBS SUNDAY MORNING
9-10:30 AM, CBS-TV (NYC channel 2). News and general interest stories.
11 PM, PBS-TV (NY/NJ channel 13) Interview show
Comedy Central, weeknights. Host: Jon Stewart.
Weekly arts show, Fridays, 10 PM (EST) on NY/NJ's Channel 13.
GOOD MORNING AMERICA
7-9 AM (EST), WABC-TV (NYC channel 7). News & information show
Fridays, 7:30-8 PM. Time Warner Cable channel 57; RCN channel 110. Host: Eva Heinemann and company.
March 1: Reviews of Our Town, Time and the Conways, Further Than the Furthest Thing, Bea Arthur, Runt of the Litter, Double Agency, Erotic Adventures in Venice, Golden Ladder, Danton's Death, Cirque Orchestra and John Barrowman at Arci's Place.
LATE LATE SHOW
Mon-Fri 12:30 AM. CBS-TV, (NYC channel 2). Host: Craig Kilborn.
LATE NITE WITH CONAN O'BRIEN
Weeknights, 12:30-1 AM (EST). Host: Conan O'Brien.
LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN
CBS-TV, channel 2. 11:30 PM-12:30 AM (EST).
LIVE WITH REGIS & KELLY
Mon-Fri 9-10 AM (EST)
MARCIA STEINER SHOW
Sundays 1 AM, Time Warner Cable channel 56; RCN channel 108.
Saturdays 1 AM, repated Wednesdays 3 PM; L.I. Cablevision channel 71)
NY-1 ON STAGE
Weeknights, ABC-TV, NY channel 7.
Mon-Fri 10-11 AM (EST). Channel 7 (NYC). Host: Rosie O'Donnell.
Midnight Friday mornings, PBS. channel 13 (NY/NJ). Program also airs on Boston, MA's WGBH (channel 2) Wednesdays, 7:30 PM. Hosts: Michael Riedel, Susan Haskins.
TODAY IN NEW YORK
Daily 7-9 AM, WNBC-TV (channel 4).
Weeknights, 11:30 PM (EST). NBC-TV (NYC's channel 4). Host: Jay Leno.
TWO ON THE AISLE
Tuesdays, 7:30 PM. MCTV (channel 57). Hosts: Charles Gross and Jeff Goodman.
Feb. 26: Reviews of Cymbeline, An Almost Holy Picture and Love, Janis
Weekdays, 11-noon, WABC-TV (channel 7). Hosts: Meredith Viera, Barbara Walters, Star Jones, Lisa Ling, Joy Behar.
RADIO & WEBSITES
Website run by Stuart Brown. Lists show-music radio programs from around the world.
APPLAUSE - Music From Broadway, Hollywood and the London Stage
Sundays, 8-9 PM. AM 740 (Toronto, Canada - signal reaches NYS & PA). Info: www.radioapplause.com.
March 3: The Golden Apple, Songs of Ivor Novello, Bea Arthur on Broadway
March 10: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, songs from Broadway with Lesley Garrett
March 17: Camelot, "Thoroughly Modern Millie" soundtrack
March 24: Me and My Girl
March 31: Little Me, Bernadette Peters' Rodgers & Hammerstein CD
April 7: Ragtime
April 14: Into the Woods (original Bway cast)
BREAK A LEG
Theatre show based in Stamford Center for the Arts. Host: Richard Pheneger w/ Cindy Shumate/Peggy Nelson.
Fridays, 9-10 AM, Cox Radio 1400 WSTC (Stamford, CT) & 1350 WNLK (Norwalk, CT).
BROADWAY'S BIGGEST HITS
Weekly radio show hosted by Bud Wilkinson. Sundays, 5-7 PM, WLUX (540 AM) on Long Island; Saturdays, noon-2 PM, WVOX (1460 AM), Westchester; Fridays, 1-3 PM, WRTN-FM (93.5), Westchester and CT/PA stations.
March 1-3: Guest - Ruthie Henshall
March 8-10: Guest - Bernadette Peters
EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
Sundays, 9-11 PM. WBAI-FM 99.5 (NYC) or www.wbai.org. Host: David Kenney. Also online at http://www.2600.com/offthehook/hot2.ram
March 3: The music of Ann Hampton Callaway
Wednesdays, 10AM-Noon. WOR-AM Radio (710 AM).
24-hour Broadway channel on XM satellite network (starts Nov. 15 nationwide), XM-28. www.xmradio.com.
Thursdays, 2 PM. Yale Radio 1340 AM or http://broadcast.com/radio/college/wybcam. Host: Clifton Jackness.
STAN MARTIN ON BROADWAY
WRTN-FM (93.5), Mondays, 2 PM (EST) and WVOX-AM (1460), Fridays, 7 PM (EST). Host: Stan Martin. Taped weekly at Arci's Place cabaret club in NYC.
TCG - LIVE
http://www.tcg.org. Go to "Live" section for live webchats.
— By David Lefkowitz