My Favorite Broadway - The Leading Ladies

This film presents highlights of a concert given on 28 September 1998 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Some of the ladies offer songs with which they have been closely associated over the years, while others explore the road not taken. And there are a few stunts, too. Presenters include Julie Andrews, Nell Carter, Lea DeLaria, Linda Eder, and Jennifer Holliday.


  • The Beauty That Drives A Man Mad (Tony Roberts and Robert Morse - from Sugar)
  • Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag (Karen Ziemba & Bebe Neuwirth - from Chicago)
  • Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered (Marin Mazzie - from Pal Joey)
  • Man Of La Mancha (Linda Eder - from Man Of La Mancha)
  • Look For The Silver Lining/Tomorrow (Andrea McArdle - from Annie)
  • And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going (Jennifer Holliday - from Dreamgirls)
  • Nothing (Priscilla Lopez - from A Chorus Line)
  • Everybody's Girl (Debra Monk - from Steel Pier)
  • Ain't Misbehavin' (Nell Carter - from Ain't Misbehavin')
  • Mean To Me (Nell Carter, featuring Luther Henderson - from Ain't Misbehavin')
  • Fifty Percent (Dorothy Loudon - from Ballroom)
  • Some People (Liza Minnelli - from Gypsy)
  • The Lloyd Webber Love Trio: Love Changes Everything (Audra McDonald - from Aspects of Love)
  • Unexpected Song (Marin Mazzie - from Song and Dance)
  • I Don't Know How To Love Him (Judy Kuhn - from Jesus Christ Superstar)
  • Falling In Love With Love (Rebecca Luker - The Boys From Syracuse)
  • Life Upon The Wicked Stage (Anna Kendricks and the Kit Kat Girls from Cabaret - from Showboat)
  • Down With Love (Audra McDonald - from Hooray For What?)
  • Could I Leave You? (Dee Hoty - from Follies)
  • I Wanna Be A Rockette (Karen Ziemba and the Rockettes - from Kicks)
  • I Can Cook Too (Lea DeLaria - from On The Town)
  • Adelaide's Lament (Faith Prince - from Guys and Dolls)
  • The Ladies Who Lunch (Elaine Stritch - from Company)
  • OneĀ  (Finale)/End Credits (Ensemble - from A Chorus Line)

My Favorite Broadway - the Leading Ladies at Internet Movie Database


My Favorite Broadway

What a fantastic show for Broadway lovers. I was especially excited to see Linda Eder do Man of La Mancha. She starred in Jekyll & Hyde and created the roll here in Houston. They were making the show ready for Broadway. This is really an excellent show!.

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Linda Eder -Man Of La Mancha

I just purchased the mp3 single that Linda Eder sang of Man Of La Mancha; my family will be screaming for me to turn it down now. Thanks, D ! I'll probably pick up some more singles as they tickle my fancy.