This Week on Broadway for September 19, 2010: Don’t forget to dot the “i”



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Notes and links for the podcast.
Peter Filichia
James Marino
Matthew Murray
Hearts Full of Blood (was Calls to Blood in Chicago) based on a true story!
The Swearing Jar at Fringe Encores
Fringe in its role of theater development
Curtains in Philadelphia (@Walnut)
American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) — Stage Door and The Great Magoo (song: It’s Only a Paper Moon)
Susan Kerner, director, is a favorite of Peter
Vanessa Vache another favorite of Peter’s
Coney Island
Phantom mistake from last week’s podcast
Promises, Promises, WSS Closing
Priscilla coming in
In the Heights with Jordin Sparks keeping it alive.
VOWS: Vanessa Nadal and Lin Miranda
Lin-Manuel Miranda Promises to Make ‘Heads Explode’ with Bring It On Musical
(Yes, a cheerleader musical. If only there were a vampire in it.)
Nicole Kidman in Sweet Bird of Youth coming in. (w/David Cromer)
“There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who are excited about who’ll be directing the Broadway revival of Sweet Bird of Youth and those who are excited about who’ll be starring in it” — Michael Dale quote from Facebook.
La Cage recording by PS Classics
Punctuation tomorrow, lettering tonight.
The opening music is “The Best of Times” from the new revival cast recording of La Cage aux Folles, and the exit music is “Color and Light” from the original cast recording of Sunday in the Park with George.

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