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07/11/10

This Week on Broadway for July 11, 2010: Hot (Outdoor) Theater

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Notes and links for the podcast.
Panel:
Peter Filichia
James Marino
Matthew Murray
Topics:
Merchant of Venice
Winter’s Tale
A Concert Version Of THE CAPEMAN
Historical links for Capeman:
The Pop Perfectionist on a Crowded Stage [NYTimes, 1997]
Editorial Observer – Wondering How ‘The Capeman’ Fell to Earth [NYTimes, 1998]
Race – a new cast
The Grand Manner
Katharine Cornell in “Stage Door Canteen”
In relation to going over the top — words never heard in the theater: “Nathan, can you go a little bigger?”
Fences closing
Everyday Rapture closing
Tony Awards going to Washington Heights
‘Our Town’ Evolves, as a Former Emily Tries Management
Helen Hunt is playing the role of the Stage Manager in “Our Town” off-Broadway @ Barrow Street.
Film Remake of South Pacific
Explicit: N
Music:
The opening music is “We Open In Venice” from the original cast recording of Kiss Me, Kate; the exit music is “Moving Uptown” from the original Broadway cast recording of The Wild Party (LaChiusa).


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