Host Mark Blankenship reveals the most essential songs in a whimsical musical theater category. From the all-time best opening numbers to tunes that make you tear up, the Countdown celebrates them all with essential facts, insights, and conversation. Plus, everyone can play along: Mark is joined by a different Broadway celebrity for every episode, and the audience can vote via iHeartBroadway's social channels on which songs make the countdown. The Showtune Countdown is a partnership between iHeartRadio Broadway and AKA, the entertainment advertising agency that gets people to go places.... Show More
On this quarantine edition of the Showtune Countdown, Mark Blankenship talks to Tony Award-nominee Montego Glover (Memphis, Hamilton) about the way lyrics can change a performance and the time she heard her own voice coming from her neighbor's house. We also introduce a new feature: The Broadway Surprise!
In this week's "social distancing" episode, we're talking to superstar singer and actress Jennifer Nettles about her upcoming Broadway album, the musicals she's loved forever, and the way she brings theater to country music. Naturally, we also geek out over Sutton Foster.
In our latest "social distancing" episode, we're chatting with the hilarious Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Kinky Boots, Fosse/Verdon, Submissions Only) about the top songs that make her love musicals and the mistake that made her learn a lifelong lesson about acting.
For the new few weeks we are slightly changing the format of Showtune Countdown due to social distancing. On this episode, Mark chats with NY City Ballet's Principal Dancer Tiler Peck about her Broadway career, her daily online classes #TurnItOutWithTiler and her upcoming children's book Katarina Ballerina.
Mark Blankenship is joined by Disney's The Lion King cast members L. Steven Taylor (Mufasa) and Bradley Gibson (Simba) to breakdown this week's top ten - the best musical theatre love songs performed by men.
On this episode of Showtune Countdown, Mark Blankenship is joined by Erika Henningsen (Mean Girls) to countdown Broadway's Best Female Duets! All songs were calculated via social voting by using the hashtag #ShowtuneCountdown. New categories are added every Wednesday.
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