Shoshana Greenberg

Scene to Song Episode 61: The Musicals of Cy Coleman

Scene to Song Episode 61: The Musicals of Cy Coleman

In this episode, actor and singer Randy Graff discusses the musicals of composer Cy Coleman, from working with him on the 1989 musical City of Angels to his career and legacy. We also talk about the song "A Quiet Thing" from George Abbott, Robert Russell, John Kander, and Fred Ebb's 1965 musical Flora the Red Menace. You can write to 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: "Nobody Does It Like Me" from Seesaw "There's a Change in Me" from Randy Graff Sings Cy Coleman: Doing Something Right "Hey Look Me Over" from Wildcat "You Can Always Count on Me" from City of Angels "What You Don't Know about Women" from City of Angels "A Quiet Thing" from Flora the Red Menace

Duration: 58 min

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