Welcome to Episode 16 of Show Tunes with Kate Botello! This week: spring is here - at least according to clocks and official types. And nobody gets the whole spring thing better than Rodgers and Hammerstein...or Rodgers and Hart!
We’ll hear tunes from a couple of current hits, and - at Intermission - FORBIDDEN BROADWAY goes after LES MISERABLES not once - but twice!
Click through for this week's playlist and to find out how to hear your voice on the show!
Here's this week's playlist:
- THE PRODUCERS (2001) - Overture
- STATE FAIR (1945) - It Might As Well Be Spring/Reprise
- I MARRIED AN ANGEL (1938) - Spring Is Here
- SOUTH PACIFIC (1949) - Younger Than Springtime (won the 1950 Tony for Best Musical)
- TWO ON THE AISLE (1951) - If You Hadn't But You Did
- WHITE CHRISTMAS (1954) - Love, You Didn't Do Right By Me
- CHICAGO (1975) - The Cell Block Tango
INTERMISSION - FORBIDDEN BROADWAY vs. LES MISERABLES in a double-header!
- SOMETHING ROTTEN (2015) - Hard To Be The Bard
- SHUFFLE ALONG (1921/2016) - I'm Just Wild About Harry
- THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (2002) - Gimme Gimme
- THE PRODUCERS (2001) - Goodbye!
Here's Kristin Chenoweth with the Boston Pops in a brilliant concert rendition of, "If You Hadn't But You Did."
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