Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Experience the music of Broadway from an insider's perspective as composers Charles Strouse and Arthur Schwartz settle in for an intimate evening of song and story that brings the magic of the theater home in style. From his very first, Tony-winning Broadway musical Bye, Bye, Birdie to his score for Bonnie and Clyde and unforgettable theme to All in the Family, musical treasure Strouse performs a variety of his best loved hits while charming a captivated audience with some of his best show-business memories. Later, twice Oscar-nominated composer Schwartz offers a nostalgic walk down memory lane as he ponders his rewarding career and performs a series of hits including "Dancing in the Dark", "Something to Remember you by", and the enduring showbiz classic "That's Entertainment".
Broadway, production [showbiz], show-business, songwriter, theater