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05/28/12

This Week on Broadway for May 28, 2012: Lonely, He’s Not, Spider-Man is a Most Happy Fella

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk about Lonely, I’m Not, Spider-Man, Michael Mulheren, End of the Rainbow, Met Opera Reverses Itself, Most Happy Fella, Lindsay Mendez, Michael McKean, Brian d’Arcy James and Will Chase.

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Panel:
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Newark Star Ledger
Masterworks Broadway: Tuesday
Kritzerland: Friday
MTI Blog

James Marino | [email protected] | Twitter | Facebook
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Michael Portantiere | [email protected] | Facebook
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Notes and links for the podcast.

Topics:

MP: Lonely, I’m Not @ Second Stage

PF: Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark

Michael Mulheren

End of the Rainbow — West End Changes?

Met Reverses Itself on Reviews Ban by Opera News by DANIEL J. WAKIN

The Most Happy Fella – Dicapo Opera Theatre
Dicapo Opera Theatre  •  184 East 76th Street, New York, NY 10021  •  (212) 288-9438

Peter Filichia: The 2012 Broadway University Final Exam

Spiegleworld’s EMPIRE – IATSE agreement

Gershwin Awards Honor Best High Schoolers With Broadway Dreams
Local high school students took part in the musical theater-based Gershwin Awards in Chelsea on Saturday.
LINKED FROM NY1

ArtsBeat: Lindsay Mendez Will Be Center of Attention in ‘Dogfight’ Musical by Patrick Healy
The new musical, based on the 1991 indie film, is about military buddies who vie to pick up the most unattractive girl in sight.
LINKED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES SUBSCRIPTION

The Best Man’s Michael McKean Injured in Accident by Brian Scott Lipton
Actor Michael McKean who co-stars in the Broadway revival of Gore Vidal’s The Best Man was struck by a car in Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon, May 22 and remains hospitalized. According…
LINKED FROM THEATERMANIA

ArtsBeat: Don’t Blame Ellis: Four Actors Are Cut from ‘Smash’ by Dave Itzkoff
The Broadway performers Brian d’Arcy James and Will Chase are leaving “Smash,” the NBC comedy-drama about the making of a Broadway musical, as are Raza Jaffrey and Jaime Cepero, who played t…
LINKED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES SUBSCRIPTION

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Over by Jason Robert Brown from Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes

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