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Broadway to Main Street is the crossroads where the greatest songs of the Broadway stage meet popular culture in America.  You can listen to this week's show; or dig into the archives of over 100 different broadcasts celebrating the timeless tunes and traditions of the American Musical Theater; or investigate books, articles, and news about the American musical. 

THIS WEEK'S SHOW

Original Air Date 10-26-2014

Nightmare on Main Street

Our annual Halloween show on BLOODWAY TO MAIN STREET!  Join us at the Castle for an afternoon of dark dreams and spooky nightmares from the Broadway stage--including sequences from Sweeney Todd, The Phantom of the Opera, Lady in the Dark, and Oklahoma!  

Nightmare on Main Street

Jo Sings Frank (More or Loesser)

Jo Stafford was America's favorite pop singer of the 1940s and 50s; she had a real affinity for the Broadway songbook, and for the songs of Frank Loesser in particular. This week on BROADWAY TO MAIN STREET, we focus on Stafford's unforgettable voice and her renditions of classics from Where's Charley?, Guys and Dolls, The Most Happy Fella, and How to Succeed on "Jo Sings Frank (More or Loesser)." Plus some other Loesser rarities from Madeline Kahn, Jo Sullivan, and Frank himself.

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Welcome 

Broadway to Main Street is the crossroads where the greatest songs of the Broadway stage meet popular culture in America.  You can listen to this week's show; or dig into the archives of over 100 different broadcasts celebrating the timeless tunes and traditions of the American Musical Theater; or investigate books, articles, and news about the American musical. 

THIS WEEK'S SHOWOriginal Air Date 10-26-2014 

Nightmare on Main Street

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Our annual Halloween show on BLOODWAY TO MAIN STREET!  Join us at the Castle for an afternoon of dark dreams and spooky nightmares from the Broadway stage--including sequences from Sweeney Todd, The Phantom of the Opera, Lady in the Dark, and Oklahoma!  

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