This Week on Broadway for Apr. 27, 2009: Falented People



James Marino, Matthew Murray and Peter Filichia discuss what is happening in the NYC theater scene.
This week’s episode includes conversations about:
— Drama Desk Nominations
— How Billy Elliott nominations are being handled
— AP On Broadway: The Boys of Billy Elliott

— White Christmas and its nomination
Guests: husband and wife falonted team — Andrew Asnes, Broadway producer and Anastasia Barzee, Broadway, television and film actress
— Anastasia will be on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU)
— Anastasia also just booked feature film Fair Game with Academy Award® winner Sean Penn and directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Mr. and Mrs. Smith).
— Spring Awakening and Rock of Ages, the movies?
— Impressionism strategy?
— Rock of Ages running costs?
— Twittering during a show?
— Drama Desk representative of all theater or just Broadway?
— Peter’s 5 favorite off-Broadway shows that did not go to Broadway
— Barbara Cook – iSondheim – Michael Riedel
— Cook v. Stritch?
— Stritch @ Paper Mill
— Desire Under the Elms review
— “But, other than that, it was great.”
— The Norman Conquests review
— The Philanthropist review
— Matthew Broderick
— Bea Arthur
— Marilyn Cooper
Music clips in the show:
— In: Bosom Buddies from Mame
— Middle: The Buddy System from City of Angels
— Out: As Far as I’m Concerned from Two by Two
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