Show Notes for This Week on Broadway for Sunday, March 28, 2010
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 ADDING MACHINE in Boston
LIPS TOGETHER, TEETH APART
Megan Mullally is best known as Karen Walker on Will & Grace, but has a number of Broadway shows to her credit.
Todd Haimes @ Roundabout keeps mentioning a breech of contract. Will this become a public legal battle?
What about shows to replace this slot?
— Sherie Rene Scott’s “Everyday Rapture”?
— The Scottsboro Boys?
— Fallen Angels?
What’s happening with Spiderman?
Could Megan Mullally & Jeremy Piven costar in Annie Get Your Gun in 2012? (produced by Ken Davenport, of course) (/sarcasm)
TONYS bring back (some) reviewers!
New York Drama Critics’ Circle
Renaming the Henry Miller Theater the Stephen Sondheim Theater
Why doesn’t Oscar Hammerstein have a theater? (Hammerstein Ballroom is named after his grandfather and is not really a legit house.)
It is only inevitable that Andrew Lloyd Webber will have a theater. He is a major theater owner on the West End and there is not one named after him, yet.
Miracle Worker Closing.
The opening music is “Another Op’nin’, Another Show” from the original cast recording of Kiss Me, Kate, and the exit music is “The Gospel According to Shrdlu” from the original Off-Broadway cast recording of Adding Machine.
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