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10/15/09

This Week on Broadway for October 12, 2009 — An Uncut Hamlet

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This Week on Broadway for October 12, 2009 — An Uncut Hamlet
(To listen to the show, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the radio logo)
Guests:
Peter Filichia
Michael Portantiere
Topics:
Wishful Drinking
Carrie Fisher
Irene (her first Broadway show)
Censored Scenes From King Kong (at the 22 Steps Theater)
Hamlet
Jude Law
There was a very good production of Hamlet in NJ last month, at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, (in Madison NJ)
Hamlet in Central Park (2008)
How were Hamlet audiences in comparison to audiences in A Steady Rain?
It was an uncut Hamlet — 4 hours!
The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber
Tony Roberts back in The Royal Family
The Harris Girls:
Rosemary Harris
Julie Harris
Barbara Harris
Rosemary Harris in A Streetcar Named Desire (1973)
Uta Hagen in Charlotte
New York Musical Theatre Festival
My Scary Girl
Book and Lyrics by Kyoung-Ae Kang
Music by Will Aronson
Girl kills boyfriends by accident
My Scary Girl — Korean with supertitles
Anjou, A Tale of Horror
Book, Music and Lyrics by Guillermo Mendez and Lupita Sandoval
The Cure
Two friends are offered immortality by the last surviving vampires
Story and Songs by Mark Weiser
Marrying Meg
A rollicking Scottish folktale of feuds, faeries and unlikely love.
Book, Music and Lyrics by Mark Robertson
Based on the play The Lass wi the Muckle Mou by Alexander Reid
Arthur Laurents new play at George Street
Come Back, Come Back, Wherever You Are
The Stunning New Play You’ll Be Talking About
written and directed by Arthur Laurents
with Jim Bracchitta, John Carter, Alison Fraser, Shirley Knight, and
Leslie Lyles
October 6 – November 1, 2009
David Saint, Artistic Director
New Brunswick, NJ is a great theater town
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The New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presents a reading of:
PRONT by Peter Filichia
Those Ghosts who showed up at Ebenezer Scrooge’s on Christmas Eve?
They work all year round — and now one is coming to visit Willard Pront, who makes Scrooge look like Mother Teresa.
Hosted by Arlene Dahl
Produced by Ellen Muir
When: Monday, Oct. 19, 2009 at 6 p.m.
Doors open at 5:30; snacks served. No admission charge.
Where: 1100 6th Ave. at 42nd Street.
Please check in at lobby entrance on the first floor.
You can email Peter at: [email protected]
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Music:
My Scary Girl / Best Friend
Bye Bye Birdie 2009 Roundabout Cast
Contact Us:
[email protected]
646-873-7695 voicemail


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