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11/6/11

This Week on Broadway for November 6, 2011: Chinglish Opens, Funny Girl Cancels

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Peter Filichia | [email protected] | Facebook
Broadway Musical MVPs, 1960-2010: The Most Valuable Players of the Past 50 Seasons, is now available through Applause Books and at www.amazon.com
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Topics:
MP + PF: Chinglish by David Henry Hwang
Producer Explains the Scrapping of ‘Funny Girl’ by Patrick Healy
When four investors each backed out, the “Funny Girl” revival planned for Los Angeles and Broadway had to close down.
LINKED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES
United Solo Theater Festival: The Love Project
MP + PF: All American (1962) by Mel Brooks and Charles Strouse & Lee Adams.
The show is set at a college more devoted to football than to science until a Professor applies principles of engineering to create a championship team. Songs: “Once Upon a Time,” “What a Country!”, “It’s Fun to Think,” and “Our Children.”
Marilyn Maye @ Feinstein’s
PF: Queen of the Mist a new musical by Michael John LaChiusa
Transport Group
Exit Introductions
Explicit: No
Music:
I Get a Kick Out of You from the revival of Anything Goes, performed by Sutton Foster
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