Scene to Song Episode 60: Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's Parade
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In this episode, new play advocate Danielle Feder discusses Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's 1998 musical Parade, focusing on the changes made between the original Broadway Production and the 2007 Donmar Warehouse production. We also talk about the song "What Baking Can Do" from Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson's 2016 musical Waitress. You can write to firstname.lastname@example.org with a comment or question about an episode or about musical theater, or if you’d like to be a podcast guest. Follow on Instagram at @ScenetoSong, on Twitter at @SceneSong, and on Facebook at “Scene to Song with Shoshana Greenberg Podcast.” The theme music is by Julia Meinwald. Music played in this episode:"How Can I Call This Home?" from Parade (Broadway cast recording)"It's Hard to Speak My Heart" from Parade (Donmar Warehouse recording)"A-Rumblin' and A-Rollin'" from Parade (Donmar Warehouse recording)"Come Up To My Office" from Parade (Broadway cast recording)"Come Up To My Office" from Parade (Donmar Warehouse recording)"The Picture Show" from Parade (Donmar Warehouse recording)"What Baking Can Do" from Waitress
Scene to Song Episode 47: Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman's The Bridges of Madison County
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In this episode, journalist and podcast host Mark Blankenship discusses the Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman musical The Bridges of Madison County. We also talk about the song "Keys (It's Alright)" from Stew andHeidi Rodewald's 2007 musical Passing Strange.
We are kicking off our composer series with the Tony Award winning Jason Robert Brown! This musical genius is known for a variety of impressive works, such as Songs for A New World, Parade, The Last Five Years, and The Bridges of Madison County.Tara and Stefania explore their favourite moments, most stunning harmonies, and even pitch a few adaptations for JRB to work on in the future. So take The Next (Sixty) Minutes and listen now! ... "Opening: The New World" - Songs for a New World (World Premiere Recording) "I'm Not Afraid of Anything" - Songs for a New World (New York City Center 2018 Encores! Off-Center Cast Recording) "Stars and the Moon" - Way Back to Paradise (Audra McDonald) "On The Deck of a Spanish Sailing Ship, 1492" - Songs for a New World (New York City Center 2018 Encores! Off-Center Cast Recording) "All the Wasted Time" - Parade (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "That's What He Said" - Parade (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "The Next Ten Minutes Ago" - R&H Goes Pop! (Youtube) "The Next Ten Minutes" - The Last Five Years (Original Cast Recording) "Shiksa Goddess" - The Last Five Years (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) "Goodbye Until Tomorrow/ I Could Never Rescue You" - The Last Five Years (Original Cast Recording) "I Can Do Better Than That" - The Last Five Years (Original Cast Recording) "See I'm Smiling" - The Last Five Years (Original Cast Recording) "If I Didn't Believe In You" - The Last Five Years (Original Cast Recording) "13/ Becoming A Man" - 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "The Lamest Place in the World" - 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "What Tt Means to Be a Friend" - 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "A Little More Homework" - 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "Hey Kendra" - 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "One Second and a Million Miles" - Bridges of Madison County (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "Another Life" - Bridges of Madison County (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "It All Fades Away" - Bridges of Madison County (Original Broadway Cast Recording) "I Love Betsy" - 2018 Jimmy Awards winner Andrew Barth Feldman (Youtube) "Getting Out" - Ariana Grande (Live) (Youtube) "Jason's Song (Gave it Away)" - Dangerous Woman "Just That Good (feat. Rufus Wainwright)" - Royalties: Season 1 (Music from the Original Quibi Series) "Dancing On My Own - Reneé Rapp" - (Youtube) All music tracks used for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Este mes traemos una playlist de Jason Robert Brown compositor americano nacido en 1970 del que analizamos su musical "LOS PUENTES DE MADISON" y que está considerado uno de los autores jóvenes más intersantes dentro del teatro musical.Aunque también ha grabado discos con sus composiciones en esta playlist solo nos ocuparemos de su trabajo en musicales para Broadway y Off Broadway.Espero te guste.00h 00'00" Presentación00h 01'33" Cabecera00h 02'11“ SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD (1995)00h 02'55" A new world00h 08'12" I’d give it all for you00h 13'21" Stars and the moon00h 18'57" The river won’t flow00h 23'06" The steam train00h 27'46" PARADE (1998)00h 28'26" The old red hills of home00h 34'46" You don’t know this man00h 36'35” This is not over yet00h 39'40” All the wasted time00h 44'19" Big news00h 47'22" THE LAST FIVE YEARS (2002)00h 48'00" I still hurting00h 53'36” Moving too fast00h 57'40” A summer in Ohio01h 01'37” Goodbye until tomorrow01h 04'45" I could never rescue you01h 09'37" URBAN COWBOY (2003)01h 09'55" That's how Texas was born01h 12'06" I don't get better than this01h 15'05" Mr Hopalong heartbreak01h 17'47" TIRTHEEN (2007)01h 18'15" 13 / Becoming a man01h 25'00” Hey Kendra01h 28'06” What it means to be a friend01h 31'15” It can’t be true01h 34'49” Brand new you01h 37'46” THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY (2014)01h 38'14" Home before you know it01h 42'29" Falling into you01h 46'15" One second and a million miles01h 52'18” It all fades away01h 57'42” Another life02h 02'30" HONEYMOON IN VEGAS (2015)02h 02'54" I love Betsy02h 06'05” Anywhere but here02h 10'41” When you say Vegas02h 14'28" Hawaii / Waiting for you
On this week’s show, Rob and Jamie are joined by three-time Tony Award winning composer, lyricist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, director, and performer Jason Robert Brown, best known for his shows “Songs for a New World”, “Parade”, “The Last Five Years”, “13”, “The Bridges of Madison County”, and “Honeymoon in Vegas”. Together, they discuss his musical theatre work, solo albums, concerts, monthly residency at SubCulture, Eydie Gormé, the Muppets, and what it’s like making music in quarantine. This week’s music: “Opening: The New World” from “Songs for a New World”, “I’m Still Hurting” from “The Last Five Years / SubCulture Concert 58”, “A Little Brains, A Little Talent” from Andrea Burns “A Deeper Shade of Red”, “Melinda”, from “How We React and How We Recover”, “I Love Betsy’, from “Honeymoon In Vegas”, “The Old Red Hills of Home” from “Parade”, “Hope”, from “How We React and How We Recover”, “Friki-Friki”, from “Honeymoon In Vegas”, “One Second and a Millions Miles”, from “The Bridges of Madison County”, “Moving Too Fast” from “The Last Five Years”, “Sanctuary”, from "SubCulture Concert 58”, “Do the Work”, from “Prince of Broadway”, “Wait ’Til You See What’s Next”, from “How We React and How We Recover”.DONATE: The Actor’s FundFind us on Twitter & Instagram: @fabulousinvalidFacebook: www.facebook.com/fabulousinvalidRob’s reviews: www.stageleft.nycEmail us at: email@example.com Jamie Du MontTwitter: @jamiedumont Instagram: @troutinnyc Rob RussoTwitter/Instagram: @StageLeft_NYC Jennifer SimardTwitter: @SimardJennifer Instagram: @thejennifersimard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
He is a composer, lyricist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, director, and performer – who has been hailed as “one of Broadway’s smartest and most sophisticated songwriters since Stephen Sondheim” (Philadelphia Inquirer). Best known for his dazzling scores to several of the most renowned musicals of his generation, including the generation-defining ‘The Last Five Years,’ his debut song cycle ‘Songs for a New World,’ and the seminal ‘Parade,’ for which he won the 1999 Tony Award for Best Score, he also received two Tony Awards for his score for ‘The Bridges of Madison County,’ a musical adapted with Marsha Norman from the bestselling novel. A film version of his epochal Off-Broadway musical ‘The Last Five Years’ was released in 2015, starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan and directed by Richard LaGravenese. His musical ‘13,’ written with Robert Horn and Dan Elish, is now in production with Netflix to be adapted for the small screen. For the past four years, he has been the artist-in-residence at New York’s SubCulture, where he offers a sold-out concert every month with stars of Broadway and the music world. He is the winner of the 2018 Louis Auchincloss Prize, the 2002 Kleban Award for Outstanding Lyrics and the 1996 Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Foundation Award for Musical Theatre. The New York Times refers to him as “a leading member of a new generation of composers who embody high hopes for the American musical.” And his songs, including the cabaret standard “Stars and the Moon,” have been performed and recorded by Ariana Grande, Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, Betty Buckley, Renée Fleming, Jon Hendricks, and many others. And The Writer Is…Jason Robert Brown!This episode is sponsored by ABKCO. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jason Robert Brown at GhostLight; Coastline’s Summer Films at the Box; Breaking Character Episode 104
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul sit down with singer Alyson Snyder, one of the guest performers for The GhostLight's Red Carpet Premiere Party Event with Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown; and Coastline Children's Film Festival Founder Leslie Sullivan, who talks about the Summer Films at the Box Factory for the Arts.