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09/11/11

This Week on Broadway for September 11, 2011: Forbidden Podcast

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Panel:
Peter Filichia | [email protected] | Facebook
James Marino | [email protected] | Twitter | Facebook
Michael Portantiere | [email protected] | Facebook
Gerard Alessandrini is the creator, writer, and director of the long-running hit FORBIDDEN BROADWAY. His current project include two new musicals, one based on MADAME X, which will open on September 26 as part of this year’s New York Musical Theatre Festival; and The Nutcracker and I, based on Tchaikovski’s THE NUTCRACKER, which will have its world premiere this holiday season at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ.
Topics:
Spotting a Few Sharks and Jets at New York Philharmonic’s ‘West Side Story’ by Daniel J. Wakin
Members of the cast of the 50-year-old movie version of Leonard Bernstein’s “West Side Story” appeared at the screening.
LINKED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES
Russell Crowe to Star Opposite Hugh Jackman in LES MISERABLES Film! by BroadwayWorld
The upcoming film version of LES MISERABLES, which as previously reported has scheduled shooting for February in the UK, will star Russell Crowe as Inspector Javert.
LINKED FROM BROADWAYWORLD
Audra & Bess: Michael talked about alternates for Audra, Peter spoke to Audra about upcoming concerts at the McCarter Theater in Princeton.
Cliff Robertson Has Died by Brian Scott Lipton
Oscar winner and Theater World Award winner Cliff Robertson has died at age 88, according to Variety. Robertson won the Theatre World Award for the role of Val Xavier in the 1957 Broadway production of Tennese…
LINKED FROM THEATERMANIA
Connecticut Roundup
Bijou Theatre
Brett Bernardini and The Spirit of Broadway Theater
address: 24 Chestnut St, Norwich, CT 06360
email: [email protected]
phone: 860.886.2378
Madame X
The Nutcracker and I (formerly The Nutty Nutcracker Musical)
“The Book of Mormon” in Denver: A Mile High slap in the face by John Moore
John Moore column: Denver’s ballyhooed launch of the “Book of Mormon” national tour here should have been a cause for celebration, but its measly three-week visit amounts to little more than a subscription sal…
LINKED FROM DENVER POST
ArtsBeat Blog: Hello! Matt Stone and Trey Parker Crash a Class at N.Y.U. by Dave Itzkoff
The “South Park” co-creators and “Book of Mormon” collaborators shared their storytelling strategies with freshmen at the Tisch School of the Arts for the mtvU series “Stand In.”
LINKED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES
Exit Introductions
Explicit: Yes
Music:
Gee, Officer Krupke! from West Side Story (1961 Film Soundtrack)
Don’t Cry for Me Argentina from Forbidden Broadway: The Hit Musical Revue (1982 Revue Compilation)
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