This Week on Broadway for September 21, 2009 — Money Makes the World Go Round



This Week on Broadway for September 21, 2009 — Money Makes the World Go Round
Matthew Murray, Peter Filichia and James Marino discuss this week’s top news from Broadway
The Barry Humphries Brinks truck is backing up to Broadway again, ready for another load of cash.
We got into a conversation about the NHL (National Hockey League) and The Stanley Cup (?)
Kenneth Lonergan’s The Starry Messenger gets a top notch cast
Florida State University Theater Program
Emmy nominations for Tisch School of the Arts Alumn
Matthew Broderick
Margo Lion has been appointed to serve on the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities
Arts community shocked by new tax burden by Stephan Salisbury
Will this financial stress cause the failure of arts organizations?
Paper Mill Playhouse has one less production this year.
Theater company benefits and fundraisers
Broadway Cares song performed by Leslie Uggams at Easter Bonnet
Broadway League’s Charlotte St. Martin Earned $340,000 in 2008 by Philip Boroff
Benefit for Food for Thought, lunchtime theater, 10 years old.
Econ 101: nonprofit & loss by Michael Riedel
Voices of the meltdown B’way sleeps as Brit writer tackles crisis
How British fund the arts throught the national lottery
Can we fund the arts in a similar way here? Broadway Dream scratch off ticket? Golden ticket gets you a walk on!
BC/EFA Flea Market this weekend
MCC (Manhattan Class Company)
The Drama Department
Douglas Carter Beane
Kaitlin Hopkins named Head of Musical Theatre at Texas State University
We all loved Bat Boy
Playbill Magazine celebrates its 125th anniversary
How many Playbills do you have?
Peter: 5,000 (approximate)
Matthew: 2,000 (approximate)
Peter saves ticket stubs in cookie tins… or on a ROYGBIV collage.
Sell your Playbills on eBay! A 401k for us theater goers.
Money from Cabaret: The New Broadway Cast Recording (1998 Broadway Revival)
And The Money Kept Rolling In (And Out) from Evita OBC
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