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Broadway to Main Street is the crossroads where the greatest songs of the Broadway stage meet popular culture in America. You can listen to this week's show or scroll through the archives of over 250 different episodes celebrating the timeless tunes and traditions of the American Musical Theater. Hosted and produced by Laurence Maslon, each podcast has its own theme and topic and is the best seat in the house for your favorite scores—and songs and shows just waiting to be discovered by you. Curtain up! For more information go to broadwaytomainstreet.com

Apr 29, 2012

Springtime brings happy plots that end in a marriage knot; here's a sampling of Broadway's best, from shows as diverse as Of Thee I Sing, Dance a Little Closer, Zorba, The Rink, and, of course, Company.


Apr 22, 2012

In a tribute to the theatrical season that put the biographies of Eva Peron and Judy Garland onstage, a look at some of the real-life girls who found their real lives immortalized in Broadway musicals.


Apr 21, 2012

The greatest lyricist of all time? Well, it could be the playwright whose birthday we celebrate this week: William Shakespeare, the Bard of Stratford-on-Avon.


Apr 15, 2012

The idea of turning movies into musicals is not purely a recent phenomenon. This episode looks at the Broadway shows from 1953 to 1973 that were based on films.


Apr 8, 2012

The Broadway tradition owes much of its identity to artists who came to this country to claim the American dream. Here is a celebration of the trials and tribulations of the immigrant experience.