BROADWAYRADIO

This Week on Broadway for September 4, 2016: The Wells Fargo Wagon Has Crashed

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere discuss Melissa Errico, The New York Times Kills Regional Theater Coverage, Crashlight @ Cherry Lane Theatre, The King and I and Willy Wonka (movies), Spamilton, Monster Makers, Gene Wilder, David Zippel, and the misguided Wells Fargo Ad.

———————————-

This Week on Broadway has been coming to you every week (mostly) since March 16, 2009 and is the longest running Broadway and theatrical podcast with more then 300 shows giving thousands of reviews and hundreds of interviews.

Please take the BroadwayRadio survey by CLICKING HERE.

Subscribe to BroadwayRadio in iTunes by CLICKING HERE.

———————————-

If you would like to listen to the podcast, click on the arrow in the player below.

Panel:

Peter Filichia | peter@broadwayradio.com | Facebook

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 MTIMasterworks BroadwayBroadway Select and many other places.

James Marino | james@broadwayradio.com | Twitter | Facebook
BroadwayStars

Michael Portantiere | michael@broadwayradio.com | Facebook
MICHAEL PORTANTIERE is a theater reviewer and essayist, whose work appears at TalkinBroadway, Everything Sondheim 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 Tamanini | Twitter
MATT TAMANINI is BroadwayWorld’s Senior TV and Film Critic and the host of the “Some Like it Pop” podcast, which is available on iTunes and Stitcher. You can connect with Matt on Twitter at @BWWMatt.

Notes and links for the podcast.

 

Discussion: 

Labor Day song: All American from Stop the World – I Want to Get Off

“Chorine”

I’m 46. Is That Too Old to Play the Ingénue? by Melissa Errico

Coming up: Finian’s Rainbow at Irish Rep, October 26 – December 18, 2016

Revamping New York Times Kills Regional Theater, Restaurant & Arts Coverage by Jeremy Gerard

 

Reviews: 

PF: Crashlight @ Cherry Lane Theatre, through September 11, 2016 (original musical)

Crashlight website, includes soundclips

MP: The King and I (movie, Fathom Events)

MP: Willy Wonka (movie)

Coming up: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The New Musical, begins March 28, 2017 on Broadway

PF: Spamilton: An American Parody

PF: Monster Makers: A New Musical In Concert @ Feinstein’s/54 Below

 

More Discussion: 

Bryant Park | HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival

Gene Wilder passes away

David Zippel producing Spamilton, but when is he coming back to Broadway?

Nancy LaMott Sings David Zippel

People Are Saying This Wells Fargo Ad Discourages Teens From Pursuing Arts by Julia Reinstein
Oh, and many think it warrants a major edit to “The Music Man.”

Wells Fargo to Arts Kids: Abandon Your Dreams by Howard Sherman

 

Television, Film and Streaming: 

Tours: 

Podcasts:

Recordings: 

Post Script:

Listen: Behind The Curtain: Broadway’s Living Legends #31 PETER FILICHIA, Critic

You would be hard pressed to find someone who loves the theatre more than Peter Filichia. For years, Peter’s observations on musical theatre have inspired countless actors, directors, and writers to start a career in show business. Now, Peter talks to Rob and Kevin, his two biggest fans, about the importance of arts education, for whom a critic should be crafting their reviews, and why he still loves the theatre. Plus, memories of Senator Joe, The Wiz, and My Fair Lady!

Next Week: 

Explicit: No

Music:

Nancy LaMott Sings David Zippel

Robert Preston sings “Chicken Fat” by Meredith Willson

Contact Info:

Email addresses: see above
Phone / Voicemail: +1-888-285-4666

BroadwayStars: Twitter | Facebook

Subscribe:
Stitcher: Stitcher App

iPhone/iPod: iTunes

Listen on BroadwayWorld Radio Wednesdays at noon, Thursdays at 7pm and Saturdays at 2pm

We need Listener Volunteers to help out with a few projects. If you have a few hours and would like to help out, contact james@broadwayradio.com.

YouTube Transcript: (Beta)


Comments are closed.