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Broadway Backstory

By TodayTix and Theater People

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Broadway Backstory is a documentary style podcast from TodayTix and Theater People that explores how a show develops from an idea to a full Broadway production. We get the behind the scenes story directly from the people who lived it - the conceivers, actors, directors, and producers. Season two will feature stories from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, Kinky Boots, The Light in the Piazza, Bring It On, Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812, Come From Away, and Bonnie & Clyde. Some shows are gone too soon, others seem like they’ll last forever — either way, it all started with an idea.

Customer Reviews

Bravo, Encore!

Early days for this podcast, but really like what I'm hearing so far. Found through a recommendation from RuPaul's "What's the Tee?" pod, and very glad I checked it out

Insightful, fascinating, addictive

A brilliant insight into origins and challenges of getting a show on the great white way. Very well done, good mix of anecdotes, information and first hand accounts. You don't need to be a theatre buff to enjoy this. Essential listening for any theatre fan. Can't wait for next episode.

I want more episodes.

This podcast is absolutely wonderful, I love it! It's so interesting to hear how differently musicals can be put together!

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