Tovah Feldshuh, Charles Strouse, and an Irving Berlin Tribute on Playbill Radio April 7-14

News   Tovah Feldshuh, Charles Strouse, and an Irving Berlin Tribute on Playbill Radio April 7-14 In addition to round-the-clock show tunes, Playbill Radio offers the following special programming.
Tovah Feldshuh in Irena's Vow.
Tovah Feldshuh in Irena's Vow. Photo by Carol Rosegg

The schedule for the week of April 7-14 follows. Center Stage
April 7: Playbill Radio takes its microphone into Sardi's to talk with four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh, star of the harrowing drama, Irena's Vow, about a Polish woman who risks everything to save the lives of 12 Jews during the Nazi occupation.

Each week's new "Center Stage" show debuts at 7 PM ET Tuesday, with repeats scheduled for (all times ET) 2 AM Wednesday, April 8; 11 PM Wednesday, April 8; 2 PM Thursday, April 9; 11 AM Saturday, April 11; 4 PM Sunday, April 12.

Edited versions of the "Center Stage" programs are available as podcasts, including:
Rock of Ages
The Lion King: Meet Timon and Pumbaa
Guys and Dolls


Composer Spotlight
April 9: Part One of Playbill's salute to music master Irving Berlin who wrote thousands of songs in his 103-year life. Over the next two weeks we'll play some of the greatest, including hits from Annie Get Your Gun, Call Me Madam and As Thousands Cheer.

Each week's "Composer Spotlight" debuts at 7 PM (ET) Thursday, with repeats scheduled for: (all times are ET) 2 AM Friday, April 10; 11 PM Friday, April 10; 10 PM Sunday, April 12; 2 PM Monday, April 13.

"Theater Talk" on Playbill Radio
April 11: In this rebroadcast, Charles Strouse, legendary composer of Annie and Bye Bye Birdie is interviewed at the piano and performs a number of his hits. This is Part 2 of a 2 Part special recorded in celebration of his 80th birthday.

Each week's "Theater Talk" show debuts at 7 PM (ET) Saturday, with repeats scheduled for: (all times are ET) 11 PM Monday, April 13; 2 PM Tuesday, April 14.

This weekend's programming features Jane Fonda at 11 AM Saturday, April 4 and 4 PM Sunday, April 5; a tribute to Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg at 8 PM Sunday, April 5 and 2 PM Monday, April 6; and "Theater Talk" at 7 PM Saturday, April 4, 11 PM Monday, April 6 and 2 PM Tuesday, April 7.