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Footlight Parade
Bill Rudman MuscicalTheatre

The Host
Bill Rudman, 
53, is an award-winning broadcaster, the co-founder of Harbinger Records, and the executive director of The Musical Theater Project.
For 23 years he has produced, written and hosted the weekly radio series,  
Footlight Parade. Since 1983 he has also produced recordings devoted to the songwriting masters of theater and film – albums featuring such artists as Peggy Lee and Maxine Sullivan – distributed by Angel/EMI, Atlantic Jazz, Stash and Painted Smiles, among other labels.
Bill has created many musical-theater revues and concerts celebrating the song legacy of Broadway and Hollywood. He lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Musical Theater Project
If ever there were an art form that speaks “in American,” it’s the Broadway and Hollywood musical. That’s because we Americans created it – and its impact on our cultural history is incalculable. Our everyday conversations are laced with quotations from its lyrics, and its classic melodies fill the air in everything from contemporary recordings to radio and television ads.

The Musical Theater Project (TMTP) is a nonprofit organization formed to help keep this uniquely American art form alive, and to help foster its development for the pleasure of future generations.
One of TMTP’s programs is the nationally syndicated radio show 
Footlight Parade, distributed free of charge to public radio stations nationwide. But the organization also produces and creates an array of educational programs for people of all ages.
For more information, and to learn how your tax-deductible TMTP Membership 
can help further our work, please visit

This Week’s Programme

Yesterday Today and Tomorrow

1)  Jerome Kern-Otto Harbach  Yesterdays
2)  Irving Berlin  It's a Lovely Day Today
3)  Irving Berlin  It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow
4)  Charles Strouse-Martin Charnin  Tomorrow
5)  Cole Porter  Tomorrow
6)  Jerome Kern-Otto Harbach  Yesterdays
7)  John Kander-Fred Ebb  Waking Among My Yesterdays
8)  Jonathan Larson  Life Support
9)  Stephen Sondheim  The Hills of Tomorrow
10)  John Kander-Fred Ebb  Tomorrow Belongs to Me
11)  Jerry Herman  It's Today
12)  Stephen Sondheim  Getting Married Today
13)  Mary Rodgers-Marshall Barer  Yesterday I Loved You
14)  Jerry Bock-Sheldon Harnick  Till Tomorrow
15)  Stephen Sondheim  You're Gonna Love Tomorrow
16)  Jerry Herman  Each Tomorrow Morning
17)  Peter Link-C.C. Courtney  Salvation
18)  Jerry Herman  Overture
19)  Jerry Herman  That Was Yesterday
1)  George Feyer  George Feyer Plays Jerome Kern
2)  Dick Haymes  Twelve Songs from 'Call Me Madam'
3)  Anne Tofflemire  Let's Face the Music: Anne Tofflemire Sings Irving Berlin
4)  Andrea McCardle  Annie -- Original B'way Cast
5)  Kaye Ballard  The Decline and Fall of the Entire World… -- Original Cast
6)  Kathryn Meisle  Roberta -- Studio Cast
7)  Robert Goulet  The Happy Time -- Original B'way Cast
8)  Company  Rent -- Original B'way Cast
9)  Company  Merrily We Roll Along -- Original B'way Cast
10)  Company  Cabaret -- Film Soundtrack
11)  Angela Lansbury  Mame -- Original B'way Cast
12)  Steve Elmore, Beth Howland  Company -- Original B'way Cast
13)  Lewis Cleale, Jane Krakowski  Once Upon a Mattress -- Revival Cast
14)  Company  Fiorello! -- Original B'way Cast
15)  Kurt Peterson, Virginia Sandifur  Follies -- Original B'way Cast
16)  Angela Lansbury  Dear World --Original B'way Cast
17)  Company  Salvation -- Original Cast
18)  Orchestra  Milk and Honey -- Original B'way Cast
19)  Mimi Benzell  Milk and Honey -- Original B'way Cast

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