This week, we have a special show. We start with Cheyenne Jackson talking about his new CD, Renaissance. Next we have three interviews with Marni Nixon about her amazing career.
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Interview: Cheyenne Jackson on the release of Renaissance
Special: Three Interviews with Marni Nixon
1. Michael speaks to Marni Nixon prior to a screening of WEST SIDE STORY at the Walter Reade Theatre. (2009)
2. Marni, Ted Chapin and Michael Portantiere at Symphony Space on April 10, 2016, in a program titled THE KING AND I: FROM BOOK TO STAGE TO FILM
Video tribute and production by Chuck Pennington and his blog post below:
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