NOVEMBER

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And suddenly, it's November!
And this week's program will
celebrate the new month by
looking at some of the shows
that opened on Broadway in
November, and we have quite
a list from which to choose.
Some of those shows, which
span over 114 years, include
the forgotten Rodgers and
Hammerstein musical based
on a novella by John Steinbeck
entitled "Pipe Dream," the big
Tony Award winner from last
year by David Yazbeck,
"The Band's Visit," and the
Elton John / Tim Rice massive
stage hit, "The Lion King."
We'll also be looking at some
of our older favorites including
"Bells Are Ringing," "Fiorello!,"
"Fanny," "Man of La Mancha,"
and others.


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There have been many
musical adaptations
of literary gems, and
we're going to take
a look at a few
examples of one of
them as we explore
Emily Bronte's much-
loved romance
WUTHERING HEIGHTS
with songs from
HEATHCLIFF by
John Farrar and Tim
Rice, Bernard J.
Taylor's WUTHERING
HEIGHTS, a ballet by
Claude Michel
Schoenberg, and a
bit of the score for the
classic film by Alfred
Newman.


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Thanksgiving is a bit
early this year, and we
thankful for many things
and not only our listeners
who allow us to do what
we truly love. We're
thankful for some
incredible performances
we've seen over the
years, and we'd love
to share some of them
with you on tonight's
program.


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The composing team of
Harvey Schmidt and Tom
Jones are probably best
known for one of their
shows, THE
FANTASTICKS. We
thought we'd remedy that
this week and take a look
at some of their work
which may not be that
familiar from shows
like CELEBRATION,
ROAD SIDE, 110 IN
THE SHADE, and I
DO! I DO! as well as
some songs that
didn't "make the
cut" and never
appeared on stage.








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