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So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen Stage Door!

Well that was it!  The last Stage Door, so naturally the theme for tonight’s show was Goodbyes.  Plenty to choose from as well (see the playlist below).

A big thank you to all of you who have tuned in over the last eighteen months to hear a wealth of show tunes and theatre news and reviews,  I couldn’t have done it without you.  Thanks to all my guests both locally and professionally who have entertained us.

There were a number of productions we talked about over the show that you may be interested in catching.  Firstly, if you have star struck youngsters who want to be creative why not give the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch a ring to find out more details.  Summer Schools for 7-10 years and 11-13 years are running in August.  As well as performances of Bob the Builder for the little ones (ages 3-7).  Box Office 01708 443333. www.queens-theatre.co.uk.

Oh What a Lovely War is going to be at the Civic Theatre in Chelmsford on the 14th & 15th September at 7.45pm.  Box Office Number is: 01245 606505 or www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres.

If you would like to see Jude Law in Anna Christie at the Donmar Warehouse check out: www.donmarwarehouse.com or call: 0844 871 7624.

Finally, if you would like to sign the petition to stop cuts to Radio drama go to: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/noshortstorycuts/

Thanks for being lovely listeners and I hope to be with you on the airwaves very soon, but for now I am closing Stage Door.

Love and best wishes

Roz

  1. So long, dearie (by Jerry Herman, from Hello, Dolly!) Barbra Streisand – 1969 film soundtrack
  2. Ev’ry time we say goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Seven Lively Arts) Ella Fitzgerald – from Ella Fitzgerald Gold
  3. A beat behind (by Marvin Hamlisch and David Zippel, from The Goodbye Girl) Bernadette Peters and ScottWise – 1993 original Broadway cast
  4. Goodbye-ee (by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore) Peter Cook and Dudley Moore – The Genius of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Volume 2
  5. Goodbye to Boston (by Sam Davis) sung by David Hyde Pierce – Love on a Summer Afternoon
  6. A tough act to follow (by John Kander and Fred Ebb, from Curtains!) David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk – 2007 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  7. Overture (by Charles Strouse, from Bye, Bye Birdie) 1960 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  8. Goodbye, little dream, goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Anything Goes) Ashleigh Sendin – 1989 London revival cast
  9. So long, farewell (by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, from The Sound of Music)
  10. Why is there ever goodbye? (by Ivor Novello and Christopher Hassall, from Careless Rapture) Olive Gilbert – 1936 original London cast
  11. For good (by Stephen Schwartz, from Wicked) Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth – 2003 original Broadway cast
  12. Medley – Stay / Let’s hang on / Opus 17 / Bye bye, baby (by Maurice Williams, Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer, Denny Rendell and Bob Gaudio, from Jersey Boys) 2005 original Broadway cast
  13. Goodbye (by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, from Catch Me If You Can) Aaron Tveit – 2011 original Broadway cast
  14. Goodbye until tomorrow / I could never rescue you (by Jason Robert Brown, from The Last Five Years) Sherie Rene Scott and Norbert Leo Butz – 2002 original off-Broadway cast
  15. As if we never said goodbye (by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black and Christopher Hampton, from Sunset Boulevard) Patti LuPone – 1993 original London cast
  16. Goodbye (Finale) (by William Finn, from Elegies) 2003 original Broadway cast
  17. Goodbye! (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers) Nathan Lane and company – 2005 film soundtrack

 

So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen Stage Door!

Well that was it!  The last Stage Door, so naturally the theme for tonight’s show was Goodbyes.  Plenty to choose from as well (see the playlist below).

A big thank you to all of you who have tuned in over the last eighteen months to hear a wealth of show tunes and theatre news and reviews,  I couldn’t have done it without you.  Thanks to all my guests both locally and professionally who have entertained us.

There were a number of productions we talked about over the show that you may be interested in catching.  Firstly, if you have star struck youngsters who want to be creative why not give the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch a ring to find out more details.  Summer Schools for 7-10 years and 11-13 years are running in August.  As well as performances of Bob the Builder for the little ones (ages 3-7).  Box Office 01708 443333. www.queens-theatre.co.uk.

Oh What a Lovely War is going to be at the Civic Theatre in Chelmsford on the 14th & 15th September at 7.45pm.  Box Office Number is: 01245 606505 or www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres.

If you would like to see Jude Law in Anna Christie at the Donmar Warehouse check out: www.donmarwarehouse.com or call: 0844 871 7624.

Finally, if you would like to sign the petition to stop cuts to Radio drama go to: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/noshortstorycuts/

Thanks for being lovely listeners and I hope to be with you on the airwaves very soon, but for now I am closing Stage Door.

Love and best wishes

Roz

  1. So long, dearie (by Jerry Herman, from Hello, Dolly!) Barbra Streisand – 1969 film soundtrack
  2. Ev’ry time we say goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Seven Lively Arts) Ella Fitzgerald – from Ella Fitzgerald Gold
  3. A beat behind (by Marvin Hamlisch and David Zippel, from The Goodbye Girl) Bernadette Peters and ScottWise – 1993 original Broadway cast
  4. Goodbye-ee (by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore) Peter Cook and Dudley Moore – The Genius of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Volume 2
  5. Goodbye to Boston (by Sam Davis) sung by David Hyde Pierce – Love on a Summer Afternoon
  6. A tough act to follow (by John Kander and Fred Ebb, from Curtains!) David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk – 2007 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  7. Overture (by Charles Strouse, from Bye, Bye Birdie) 1960 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  8. Goodbye, little dream, goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Anything Goes) Ashleigh Sendin – 1989 London revival cast
  9. So long, farewell (by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, from The Sound of Music)
  10. Why is there ever goodbye? (by Ivor Novello and Christopher Hassall, from Careless Rapture) Olive Gilbert – 1936 original London cast
  11. For good (by Stephen Schwartz, from Wicked) Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth – 2003 original Broadway cast
  12. Medley – Stay / Let’s hang on / Opus 17 / Bye bye, baby (by Maurice Williams, Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer, Denny Rendell and Bob Gaudio, from Jersey Boys) 2005 original Broadway cast
  13. Goodbye (by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, from Catch Me If You Can) Aaron Tveit – 2011 original Broadway cast
  14. Goodbye until tomorrow / I could never rescue you (by Jason Robert Brown, from The Last Five Years) Sherie Rene Scott and Norbert Leo Butz – 2002 original off-Broadway cast
  15. As if we never said goodbye (by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black and Christopher Hampton, from Sunset Boulevard) Patti LuPone – 1993 original London cast
  16. Goodbye (Finale) (by William Finn, from Elegies) 2003 original Broadway cast
  17. Goodbye! (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers) Nathan Lane and company – 2005 film soundtrack

 

So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen Stage Door!

Well that was it!  The last Stage Door, so naturally the theme for tonight’s show was Goodbyes.  Plenty to choose from as well (see the playlist below).

A big thank you to all of you who have tuned in over the last eighteen months to hear a wealth of show tunes and theatre news and reviews,  I couldn’t have done it without you.  Thanks to all my guests both locally and professionally who have entertained us.

There were a number of productions we talked about over the show that you may be interested in catching.  Firstly, if you have star struck youngsters who want to be creative why not give the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch a ring to find out more details.  Summer Schools for 7-10 years and 11-13 years are running in August.  As well as performances of Bob the Builder for the little ones (ages 3-7).  Box Office 01708 443333. www.queens-theatre.co.uk.

Oh What a Lovely War is going to be at the Civic Theatre in Chelmsford on the 14th & 15th September at 7.45pm.  Box Office Number is: 01245 606505 or www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres.

If you would like to see Jude Law in Anna Christie at the Donmar Warehouse check out: www.donmarwarehouse.com or call: 0844 871 7624.

Finally, if you would like to sign the petition to stop cuts to Radio drama go to: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/noshortstorycuts/

Thanks for being lovely listeners and I hope to be with you on the airwaves very soon, but for now I am closing Stage Door.

Love and best wishes

Roz

  1. So long, dearie (by Jerry Herman, from Hello, Dolly!) Barbra Streisand – 1969 film soundtrack
  2. Ev’ry time we say goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Seven Lively Arts) Ella Fitzgerald – from Ella Fitzgerald Gold
  3. A beat behind (by Marvin Hamlisch and David Zippel, from The Goodbye Girl) Bernadette Peters and ScottWise – 1993 original Broadway cast
  4. Goodbye-ee (by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore) Peter Cook and Dudley Moore – The Genius of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Volume 2
  5. Goodbye to Boston (by Sam Davis) sung by David Hyde Pierce – Love on a Summer Afternoon
  6. A tough act to follow (by John Kander and Fred Ebb, from Curtains!) David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk – 2007 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  7. Overture (by Charles Strouse, from Bye, Bye Birdie) 1960 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  8. Goodbye, little dream, goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Anything Goes) Ashleigh Sendin – 1989 London revival cast
  9. So long, farewell (by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, from The Sound of Music)
  10. Why is there ever goodbye? (by Ivor Novello and Christopher Hassall, from Careless Rapture) Olive Gilbert – 1936 original London cast
  11. For good (by Stephen Schwartz, from Wicked) Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth – 2003 original Broadway cast
  12. Medley – Stay / Let’s hang on / Opus 17 / Bye bye, baby (by Maurice Williams, Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer, Denny Rendell and Bob Gaudio, from Jersey Boys) 2005 original Broadway cast
  13. Goodbye (by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, from Catch Me If You Can) Aaron Tveit – 2011 original Broadway cast
  14. Goodbye until tomorrow / I could never rescue you (by Jason Robert Brown, from The Last Five Years) Sherie Rene Scott and Norbert Leo Butz – 2002 original off-Broadway cast
  15. As if we never said goodbye (by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black and Christopher Hampton, from Sunset Boulevard) Patti LuPone – 1993 original London cast
  16. Goodbye (Finale) (by William Finn, from Elegies) 2003 original Broadway cast
  17. Goodbye! (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers) Nathan Lane and company – 2005 film soundtrack

 

So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen Stage Door!

Well that was it!  The last Stage Door, so naturally the theme for tonight’s show was Goodbyes.  Plenty to choose from as well (see the playlist below).

A big thank you to all of you who have tuned in over the last eighteen months to hear a wealth of show tunes and theatre news and reviews,  I couldn’t have done it without you.  Thanks to all my guests both locally and professionally who have entertained us.

There were a number of productions we talked about over the show that you may be interested in catching.  Firstly, if you have star struck youngsters who want to be creative why not give the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch a ring to find out more details.  Summer Schools for 7-10 years and 11-13 years are running in August.  As well as performances of Bob the Builder for the little ones (ages 3-7).  Box Office 01708 443333. www.queens-theatre.co.uk.

Oh What a Lovely War is going to be at the Civic Theatre in Chelmsford on the 14th & 15th September at 7.45pm.  Box Office Number is: 01245 606505 or www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres.

If you would like to see Jude Law in Anna Christie at the Donmar Warehouse check out: www.donmarwarehouse.com or call: 0844 871 7624.

Finally, if you would like to sign the petition to stop cuts to Radio drama go to: https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/noshortstorycuts/

Thanks for being lovely listeners and I hope to be with you on the airwaves very soon, but for now I am closing Stage Door.

Love and best wishes

Roz

  1. So long, dearie (by Jerry Herman, from Hello, Dolly!) Barbra Streisand – 1969 film soundtrack
  2. Ev’ry time we say goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Seven Lively Arts) Ella Fitzgerald – from Ella Fitzgerald Gold
  3. A beat behind (by Marvin Hamlisch and David Zippel, from The Goodbye Girl) Bernadette Peters and ScottWise – 1993 original Broadway cast
  4. Goodbye-ee (by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore) Peter Cook and Dudley Moore – The Genius of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, Volume 2
  5. Goodbye to Boston (by Sam Davis) sung by David Hyde Pierce – Love on a Summer Afternoon
  6. A tough act to follow (by John Kander and Fred Ebb, from Curtains!) David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk – 2007 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  7. Overture (by Charles Strouse, from Bye, Bye Birdie) 1960 Original Broadway Cast Recording.
  8. Goodbye, little dream, goodbye (by Cole Porter, from Anything Goes) Ashleigh Sendin – 1989 London revival cast
  9. So long, farewell (by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, from The Sound of Music)
  10. Why is there ever goodbye? (by Ivor Novello and Christopher Hassall, from Careless Rapture) Olive Gilbert – 1936 original London cast
  11. For good (by Stephen Schwartz, from Wicked) Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth – 2003 original Broadway cast
  12. Medley – Stay / Let’s hang on / Opus 17 / Bye bye, baby (by Maurice Williams, Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer, Denny Rendell and Bob Gaudio, from Jersey Boys) 2005 original Broadway cast
  13. Goodbye (by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, from Catch Me If You Can) Aaron Tveit – 2011 original Broadway cast
  14. Goodbye until tomorrow / I could never rescue you (by Jason Robert Brown, from The Last Five Years) Sherie Rene Scott and Norbert Leo Butz – 2002 original off-Broadway cast
  15. As if we never said goodbye (by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black and Christopher Hampton, from Sunset Boulevard) Patti LuPone – 1993 original London cast
  16. Goodbye (Finale) (by William Finn, from Elegies) 2003 original Broadway cast
  17. Goodbye! (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers) Nathan Lane and company – 2005 film soundtrack

 

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