This Week on Broadway for January 25, 2015: Gerrard Lobo and Morgan DeTogne


Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk with Gerrard Lobo and Morgan DeTogne. Reviews include Honeymoon in Vegas, Peter’s take on Constellations and Nevermore as well as a report from the Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta, a Neverland update and Trivia Answers and a new Trivia Challenge!



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PETER FILICHIA is a theater journalist and historian with a number of books, with a new one, “The Great Parade” to be released on April 7th, available everywhere. His columns appear at MTIKritzerlandMasterworks Broadway and many other places.


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Notes and links for the podcast.

Guests: Gerrard Lobo and Morgan DeTogne

Hypokrit Theatre Company’s inaugural production is Romeo & Juliet, directed by Arpita Mukherjee, scheduled to open in the spring of 2015 (February) at the Access Theatre. This timeless classic will be brought to life with a Bollywood aesthetic.

Hypokrit Theatre Company’s inaugural production is Romeo & Juliet, directed by Arpita Mukherjee, scheduled to open in the spring of 2015 (February) at the Access Theatre. This timeless classic will be brought to life with a Bollywood aesthetic.

Hypokrit Theatre Company Presents Romeo and Juliet in New York February 6th – February 22nd
The world’s greatest love story, like you’ve never seen it before.

Host: Hypokrit NYC
Type: Plays / Theater – Off Broadway
When: Friday, February 6, 2015 at 8:00 PM
Where: The Access Theater at 380 Broadway, New York NY 10013 [Map It]
Contact: Hypokrit / (347) 352-3428 / [email protected]

The world’s greatest love story William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, comes alive at Access Theater with a Bollywood twist. Complete with music, dance, love triangles and fight sequences, the classic tale will be told in verse but set in the vibrant city of Delhi. Performed by two stellar casts in repertory, directed by Arpita Mukherjee, produced by Arpita Mukherjee and Shubhra Prakash.
Associate Producers: Stephanie Hogan and Neha Joshi
Executive Producers: Neil Shah and Roger Sengupta

Cast 1: Eusebio Arenas, DeAndre Baker, Kabir Chopra, Morgan DeTogne, Aizzah Fatima, Anand Ray, Gerrard Lobo, Ashton Muniz, Prakash Patil, Shubhra Prakash, Deaon Griffin-Pressley, Xiomara Rolon and Elizabeth Wessa.
Cast 1 performs at 8:00pm on Feb 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21
Cast 1 performs at 2:00pm on Feb 8, 15, 21

Cast 2: Eusebio Arenas, Nikita Chaudhry, Nikki Chawla, Brinda Dixit, Dyalekt, Deaon Griffin-Pressley, Siraj Huda, Prakash Patil, Lizzie Roberts, Monique Sanchez, Anshuman Sharma, Karthik Srinivas, David Wallace and Brent White.
Cast 2 performs at 8:00pm on Feb 8, 11, 15, 22
Cast 2 performs at 2:00pm on Feb 7, 14, 21

Dancers: Nidhi Berry, Snehi Bhatt, Tania Chackumkal, Nikita Chaudhry, Pooja Desai, Brinda Dixit, Jessica Rose Futran, Anitha Gopal, Swetha Hareesh, Priya Iyer, Ragini Jain, Katlyn Rapini, Shaista Shenoy, Pooja Singh
Projection Designer : Eamonn Farrell
Lighting Designer : Lucrecia Briceno
Technical Director : Kyle Rosenberg
Fight Choreographer : Martin Boersma

Please be advised: There is NO late seating. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before showtime. Elevator service for the handicapped is available but only until the show begins.



MP + PF + JM: Honeymoon in Vegas @ The Nederlander Theatre, 208 W 41st Street

Previous: This Week on Broadway for March 2, 2014: Rob McClure and Erin Mackey

Just One Step (from Songs for A New World by Jason Robert Brown)

PF: Constellations

PF: Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe @ New World Stages / Stage 1, 340 West 50th Street












Post Script:

Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta

Bill Nye and Bill Nighy

Harvey Weinstein (producer of Finding Neverland) and O+M (Press Rep) part ways

Trivia Answers, and a new Trivia Question


Next Week: 




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Honeymoon In Vegas [Original Cast Recording]


I Love Betsy

When You Say Vegas



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