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This Week on Broadway for Mar. 28, 2010: Lips Together, Critics Apart

by James Marino

Show Notes for This Week on Broadway for Sunday, March 28, 2010 Guests: Peter Filichia Matthew Murray Reviews Peter: THE IRISH CURSE (Soho Playhouse on Vandam Street) Matthew: Come Fly Away Peter: FALLEN ANGELS in Philadelphia Matthew: A Cool Dip in the Barren Saharan Crick (Playwrights Horizons) Peter: THE read more

This Week on Broadway for Mar. 22, 2010: Sondheim

by James Marino

Show Notes for This Week on Broadway for Monday, March 22, 2010: Sondheim Peter Filichia Matthew Murray Reviews: THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS – Kander & Ebb ALL ABOUT ME – Dame Edna & Michael Feinstein Peter Only: THE COCKTAIL PARTY – TS Eliot EQUIVOCATION WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING STOMP read more

This Week on Broadway for Sunday, March 14, 2010: One Loop

by James Marino

  Show notes for This Week on Broadway for Tuesday, March 14, 2010 Note: We had some sound quality issues about 1/2 way through. Don’t worry, it was us and not a problem with your player/computer. Reviews: Next Fall Elton John… producer? A Tony Award nomination? A Pulitzer? A Nobel? read more

This Week on Broadway for Mar. 9, 2010: Love Sometimes Dies

by James Marino

  Here are the notes and links for this week’s podcast. You can listen to it by subscribing in iTunes, or downloading the MP3 file, or by clicking on the player below (the thing that sort of looks like a YouTube video!) Broadway Openings A Behanding in Spokane The Miracle read more

This Week on Broadway for Feb. 28, 2010: Gollumnist

by James Marino

  This Week on Broadway for Sunday, February 28, 2010 Reviews: The Tempermentals Race Press was invited back by the producers in an unusual, but not unprecedented, move as they feel that the show has gotten better. Peter weighs in. Douglas Carter Beane’s Mr. & Mrs. Fitch @ 2econd Stage read more

James Marino

 

James is a technologist who has an affinity for Broadway, the theatre and music. He started BroadwayStars.com, one of the first Broadway-centric websites in the late 90's. You can usually find James staring at a screen when not seated in a theatre.