With her her milestone episode behind her, on Wednesday afternoon Mel Larch returns on  The AIR to brings you a brand-new episode of  Curtain Call!  You can tune in at the website, or or you could just stay on this page, and  listen to the convenient embedded radio player lurking over in the right-hand column of this blog.

At 3 PM on Curtain Call, Mel Larch peers into the future of Broadway with a show filled with tracks from recently-released concept albums, streaming projects, West End productions and more new and exciting material from the world of musical theatre.

The show opens with the title song from Edge of the World, a new musical written by Tony nominee Ethan Slater and Drama Desk nominee Nick Blaemire. Slater was nominated for a Tony for his role as SpongeBob Squarepants, and Blaemire collaborated on “Tick, Tick, Boom.” The just-released recording stars Slater, Blaemire, Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz and Tony nominee Lilli Cooper and tells a story about the isolation that comes with moving to the middle of nowhere.

The rest of the show is filled with tunes from musicals about the 13th century philosopher, Rumi, as well as other new and exciting musical projects, including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new take on Cinderella. Just check out the playlist:

Curtain Call 101

“Edge of the World” from Edge of the World
“The Moon of Your Heart” from Rumi: The Musical
“The Simple Life” from Bittersummer A New Musical
“How About Tomorrow” from Stay Awake Jake
“Open Your Eyes” from Falling In Love With Mr. Dellamort
“You Can’t Expel Us All” from The Boy In The Dress
“Beauty Has A Price” from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella
“I Am With Her” from Soft Power
“You Can’t Tame Me” from Schmigadoon
“Proud Mary” from Tina (original Dutch cast)
“It’s My Life” from & Juliet

Curtain Call can be heard on The AIR Wednesday at 3 PM, with replays Thursday at 8 AM and 9 PM, and Saturday at 8 PM. A six-hour marathon of classic episodes can be heard Sunday evening starting at 6 PM, and an all-night marathon of Curtain Call episodes can be heard Wednesday nights, beginning at Midnight.