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Richard Maltby

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Richard Skipper Celebrates Richard Maltby Jr and David Shire (10/23/2021)

Richard Skipper Celebrates

For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/A8gVGocnIU4Richard Maltby, Jr. & David Shire (2021 Oscar Hammerstein Award Recipients) have been writing together since 1958, making theirs the longest-running collaboration in musical theater history. They’ve written the scores for more than a dozen musicals, including Broadway’s Baby (Best Musical and Score Tony nominations) and Big (Tony nomination for Best Score.) Two landmark revues played Off-Broadway: 1977’s Starting Here, Starting Now (Grammy nomination) and 1989’s Closer Than Ever (Outer Critics Circle Award, Best Musical and Score; The York’s five-month 2012 revival won the Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Revival). Other musicals include The Sap of Life, Love Match, How Do You Do? I Love You!, Take Flight, Sousatzka, and the forthcoming The Country Wife and Dancers at a Waterfall. Their songs have been recorded by artists ranging from Barbra Streisand and Melissa Manchester to Billy Preston and Syreeta. Maltby conceived and directed two Tony-winning Best Musicals: Ain’t Misbehavin’ (also Tony for Best Director) and Fosse, as well as Ring of Fire. He co wrote the lyrics for both Miss Saigon (Tony nomination for Best Score) and The Pirate Queen and the lyrics for Nick and Nora (Tony Nomination for Best Score). Shire’s more than 150 film and television scores include Norma Rae (Oscar for the song “It Goes Like It Goes”), The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, All the President’s Men, The Conversation, Zodiac, Return to Oz, Farewell, My Lovely, and Saturday Night Fever (two Grammy nominations.)  www.yorktheatre.org Twitter: @yorktheatrenyc www.facebook.com/yorktheatrecompan

1hr 5mins

24 Oct 2021

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14 Richard Maltby, Jr.

Anything Goes

Richard Maltby, Jr., director and lyricist of such shows as STARTING HERE, STARTING NOW, BABY, and the multi-award-winning Fats Waller tribute AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’, discusses his career from his earliest beginnings. He reflects on his work with composer David Shire, having their songs recorded by Barbra Streisand, and the challenges of adapting Fats Waller’s music for the theater.Featured songs: “We Start Today,” “Autumn,” “Starting Here, Starting Now,” “Just Across the River,” “I Don’t Remember Christmas,” “Handful of Keys,” “This Joint is Jumpin’,” “What Could Be Better?” and “The Story Goes On.”Originally produced and broadcast in 1986. For more information go to AnythingGoesPL.com or BPN.FM/AnythingGoes. Theme music arranged by Bruce Coughlin. Sound mixing by David Rapkin. Associate producer Jeff Lunden. Anything Goes – Backstage with Broadway’s Best – is produced and hosted by Paul Lazarus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

33mins

7 Jun 2021

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Richard Maltby, JR., Tony Winning Writer-Lyricist-Director-Episode #155

Storybeat with Steve Cuden

The legendary writer-lyricist-director, Richard Maltby, Jr., conceived and directed two musical revues that went on to win Tony Awards for Best Musical starting with1978’s Ain’t Misbehavin’, for which he also won the Tony for Best Director, and 1999’s Fosse.  Richard has been nominated for an additional 10 Tonys, and he’s both won and been nominated […]The post Richard Maltby, JR., Tony Winning Writer-Lyricist-Director-Episode #155 appeared first on Storybeat with Steve Cuden.

1hr 9mins

6 Apr 2021

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David SHIRE & Richard MALTBY: Musicales

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David Shire es el compositor americano al que dedicamos el anterior programa hablando de sus  composiciones para el cine y en este nos centraremos en su carrera como compositor de musicales con Richard Maltby como letrista. Richard Maltby también hizo las adaptaciones al inglés de “Miss Saigon” y “The Pirate Queen” los musicales de Schönberg y Boublil. Ha ganado el Tony como director de “Ain’t misbehavin” y el Olivier por su dirección del musical “Fosse” que homenajeaba la figura del director y coreógrafo Bob Fosse.Recorreremos los trabajos de esta pareja en el campo del musical. Espero os guste la selección que hemos preparado00h 00'00" Presentación00h 01'04" Cabecera00h 01'41" LOVE MATCH (1961)00h 02'05" A wonderful life00h 06'00" Never again00h 09'30" The world and you00h 11'52" STARTING HERE, STARTING NOW (1977)00h 12'14" Starting here, starting now - Barbra Streisand00h 15'03" Travel00h 18'51" One step00h 23'23" Autumn - Barbra Streisand00h 25'17" I hear bells - George Lee Andrews00h 28'16" Song of me00h 30'00" Today is the first day of the rest of my life00h 31'53" A new life coming00h 33'51" What about today - Barbra Streisand00h 36'43" BABY (1983)00h 37'03" Baby, baby, baby00h 40'40" Two people in love - Lea Salonga & David Shannon00h 43'41" Fatherhood blues00h 48'20" I choose right - David Shannon00h 51'39" Patterns - Beth Fowler00h 55'08" The story goes on - Lea Salonga00h 59'43” CLOSER THAN EVER (1989)01h 00'09" What am I doing01h 03'48" Dating again01h 06'36" One of the good guys01h 13'09" If I sing01h 17'34" The march of time01h 23'48" Closer than ever01h 27'19" BIG (1996)01h 27'35" This isn't me - Barbara Walsh, Brett Tabisel & Daniel Jenkins01h 30'30" I want to go home - Daniel Jenkins01h 33'24" Coffe, black - John Pizzarelli01h 36'56" Cross the line - Daniel Jenkins01h 41'20" It's time - Brett Tabisel01h 43'59" Stop time - Susannah McCorkle01h 48'10” TAKE FLIGHT (2007)01h 48'37" Sky - Michael Jibson01h 50'27" Before the dawn - Sam Kenyon, Elliott Levey01h 55'43" A part of me - Sally Ann Triplett01h 57'58" The prize / The landing02h 07'05" WATERFALL (2015)02h 07'27" One day - Emily Padgett  y Bie Sukrit02h 11'40" Gone - Emily Padgett, Bie Sukrit y Thom Sesma02h 17'24" SOUSATZKA (2017)02h 18'00" All I wanna do is go dancing - 1ara Jean Ford02h 21'03" Let's go - Victoria Clark & Judy Kay02h 25'12" Gifted / This boy - Jordan Barrow y Victoria Clark

2hr 28mins

20 Sep 2020

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Richard Maltby - Brain Cancer Survivor Pending...

FINDING OUR BALANCE

In this episode we chat with Richard Maltby, a 31 year old father from the UK, wannabe athlete & fitness enthusiast, living with brain cancer.Rich was living in Sydney, Australia with his partner Louise and beautiful 1 year old son Jackson when his life was turned upside down after being diagnosed with a grade 3 incurable but treatable brain cancer. His diagnosis left him with no other option than to move back to the UK where he could get treatment and be around the support of his friends and family.In this episode, Rich shares with us his life now living with cancer, the stigma around mens mental health and the struggles faced on a day to day basis. He reveals how his biggest motivation is his son, and how he is determined to beat his prognosis.Rich is one of the strongest people that I have met and he hopes that his story will make other people feel more comfortable speaking about their tough times and understand that no one needs to struggle by themselves. He lives by the motto, play the hero, not the victim.We hope you enjoy his story as much as we enjoyed chatting to him.Follow his journey on Instagram @richmaltby

51mins

2 Aug 2020

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#7 - The Untold Stories of The Longacre with Richard Maltby Jr. Part 3

The Untold Stories of Broadway

In the final episode of the three-part Untold Stories of Broadway podcast on the Longacre Theatre, Richard Maltby Jr. and Jennifer Ashley Tepper share the most fascinating stories about one of Broadway's least explored houses. What Longacre show was saved by Eleanor Roosevelt? How did an actor almost die of smoke inhalation at the theater? In 1978, Ain't Misbehavin' moved into the Longacre without a completed set, with a director who'd never done a Broadway tech, with a stage manager who couldn't count to eight, and with 48 hours until the final dress rehearsal... and became that season's Tony Award-winning Best Musical. Learn about one of the Longacre's most triumphant historic moments from the man who made it all happen. To view the slideshow of the Longacre Theatre over the years, visit our YouTube page here: https://youtu.be/y3AD35XHRJAProduced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales.A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30mins

17 Dec 2019

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#6 - The Untold Stories of The Longacre with Richard Maltby Jr. Part 2

The Untold Stories of Broadway

The 1978 Best Musical Tony Award winner Ain't Misbehavin' was a tiny show that started in a 174-seat cabaret theater, an early project of a fledgling young theater company called Manhattan Theatre Club. It went on to become one of Broadway's most unlikely success stories, a musical that revolutionized what revues could do, which ran for over 1600 performances. In part two of the Longacre Theatre episode of The Untold Stories of Broadway podcast, Jennifer Ashley Tepper and Ain't Misbehavin's conceiver and director Richard Maltby Jr. explore how it all happened, from the earliest auditions to a visit from President John F. Kennedy.To view the slideshow of the Longacre Theatre over the years, visit our YouTube page here: https://youtu.be/y3AD35XHRJAProduced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales.A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

35mins

10 Dec 2019

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#5 - The Untold Stories of The Longacre with Richard Maltby Jr. Part 1

The Untold Stories of Broadway

Discover the unbelievable true stories about one of Broadway's most unlikely success stories: Ain't Misbehavin', the little-show-that-could, which became the longest running hit at the Longacre Theatre. In part one of this Untold Stories of Broadway podcast three-parter, Tony Award winner Richard Maltby Jr. (Ain't Misbehavin', Miss Saigon, Baby, Big, Starting Here, Starting Now, Closer Than Ever, Song and Dance, Fosse) and Jennifer Ashley Tepper dig deep into Richard's historic career, starting with the origin story of the writing team of Maltby & Shire and getting into legendary out-of-town-tryouts in New Haven, untold tales about Hal Prince and Barbra Streisand, and more.To view the slideshow of the Longacre Theatre over the years, visit our YouTube page here: https://youtu.be/y3AD35XHRJAProduced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales.A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

34mins

3 Dec 2019

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161 - Richard Maltby

The Producer's Perspective Podcast with Ken Davenport

Richard Maltby Jr. is a theatre director and producer, lyricist, and screenwriter. He conceived and directed the only two musical revues to win the Tony Award for Best Musical: Ain't Misbehavin'  and Fosse. Other Broadway works include Baby (Director/Lyricist), Blood Knot (Producer), Song and Dance (Director/Co-lyricist), Miss Saigon (Lyricist), Nick & Nora (Lyricist), Ring of Fire (Creator/Director), The Pirate Queen (Writer/Lyricist). Off-Broadway works include Closer Than Ever, and The Story of My Life. He also wrote the screenplay for the film Miss Potter (2007) starring Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor.We talk about all the huge hats he has worn over the years, as well as . . . Now what? (What to do when your first show out is a big fat success) Why the collaboration process on Miss Saigon was one of the favorites of his career. How the revue has morphed into the jukebox musical, and what he thinks of the current lot. An old idea for new writers to get attention that still works today. What he thinks of the new “style” of musical theater. This week’s episode is brought to you by theaterextras.com, seat-filling audience development organization that arranges COMPLIMENTARY tickets for its members when a performance or event is in previews, under publicized, expecting the attendance of reviewers or celebrities, or would like the benefits of a full house. Keep up with me: @KenDavenportBwaywww.theproducersperspective.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

54mins

30 Sep 2018

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#64 RICHARD MALTBY JR- The Creation of Miss Saigon

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: BROADWAY'S LIVING LEGENDS » Podcast

"I had such a great time with those two sessions, I'm wondering if you'd like to do a third. With Miss Saigon opening in March, I wouldn't mind doing a detailed description about how that show was written. There's a real story there and it's never been told. " And with that email Rob and Kevin quickly secured a location to sit down and hear Tony Award winner Richard Maltby Jr look back on the creation of Miss Saigon. Richard pulls back the curtain on the creation of Miss Saigon, including how a stage manager got him onto Miss Saigon, what was the controversy behind Jonathan Pryce's casting, and why Miss Saigon needed a revival in 2017! Also, Richard shines the spotlight on Cameron Mackintosh, Lea Salonga, and Nick Hytner! Note: Due to supernatural forces beyond our control, Rob's mic cuts out towards the end. It was either a glitch or the ghost of David Belasco being mischevious. Become a sponsor of Behind The Curtain and get early access to interviews, private playlists, and advance knowledge of future guests so you can ask the legends your own questions. Go to patreon.com and search Behind The Curtain: http://bit.ly/2i7nWC4 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr

17 Apr 2017

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