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James Marino, Michael Portantiere and Matt Tamanini are this week’s hosts. Michael reviews A New Brain @ City Center and Significant Other @ Roundabout. Matt reviews non-Equity tours of Anything Goes and Beauty and the Beast, Central Florida premiere of In the Heights @ Baggy Pants Theatre Company in Orlando, and the Florida premiere of The Flick.
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PETER FILICHIA is a theater journalist and historian with a number of books, his most recent is, “The Great Parade”, available everywhere. His columns appear at MTI, Kritzerland, Masterworks Broadway and many other places.
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MICHAEL PORTANTIERE is a theater reviewer and essayist, whose work appears at TalkinBroadway, The Sondheim Review and BroadwayStars. He is also a theatrical photographer whose photos have appeared in The New York Times and other major publications. You can see his photography work at FollowSpotPhoto.com.
Matt is BroadwayWorld’s Senior TV and Film critic and writes across other BroadwayWorld sites, including BroadwayWorld Orlando. He is also the site’s Advertising and Database Manager. Matt is a director, producer, and playwright and serves as the Executive and Co-Artistic Director of The Squeaky Wheel Theatre Project in Orlando. You can connect with Matt through Twitter @BWWMatt.
Notes and links for the podcast.
A New Brain @ City Center’s 2015 Encores! Off-Center Season (June 24-27, 2015)
Follow Spot by Michael Portantiere
Jonathan Groff: So Much Spring, and Summer
The Mystery Show Podcast: Jake Gyllenhaal was becoming my Snuffleupagus
Significant Other @ Roundabout at The Laura Pels Theatre, 111 West 46th Street
Non-Equity tours of “Anything Goes” and “Beauty and the Beast”
Central Florida premiere of “In the Heights” @ Greater Orlando Actors Theatre and Baggy Pants Theater Company in Orlando
Florida premiere of “The Flick,” directed by Tony-winning producer Kenny Howard @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater through July 12, 2015
Anthony Warlow Announces He Will Step in for Kelsey Grammer in Broadway’s FINDING NEVERLAND!
We could talk about the Supreme Court decision and its impact on Broadway, if you thought there was anything to that.
“Bombshell” officially in the works
“Clueless” now a jukebox musical, Trask no longer writing songs.
“Aladdin” taking over West End theater of “Miss Saigon.” Broadway transfer imminent… (?)
“Harry Potter” saga to continue in West End new play
Television and Film:
New “Rocky Horror” coming to Fox
Keke Palmer has joined “Grease: Live”
Neil Merron and Craig Zadan will be in town next week for the callbacks for Dorothy in “The Wiz.”
Todd Graff confirms “Camp 2,” featuring LuPone, Murphy, original cast members
Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson confirmed for “Pitch Perfect 3.” “PP2” up to $274 million worldwide
Julie Taymor’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Robb Johnston asks: What Tony winning score has 3 songs, each with a different melody and sung by a different member of the cast but all three have the same title?
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