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Today on Broadway: Monday, September 11, 2017

Listen: Michael Friedman Dies at 41, Hamilton London Delays, Hal Prince Talkback, Terms of My Surrender Guests, Springsteen list, DEH360, and Howard Sherman

“Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day.

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Pre: Matt is in Orlando Florida, in the thick of Hurricane Irma. I spoke with him earlier and he is with his family and confident that they will have some rough weather, but will be safe. He says:

“Thank you to the ones that have reached out and sent their best wishes. We are currently putting towels at the doors to my parents’ back patio right now, so it’s getting interesting”

We are not sure what will happen with electricity and internet in the Orlando area, but I will keep the listeners up-to-date on Matt’s status as I know more. Check out @BroadwayRadio and @BWWMatt on Twitter for updates.

1) First Up in the news: Michael Friedman, Co-Creator of ‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,’ Dies at 41

This Week on Broadway for June 21, 2015: Michael Friedman and The Fortress of Solitude

TEDTalk: The Song Makes A Space: Michael Friedman at TEDxEast

The Song Makes A Space: Michael Friedman at TEDxEast
Songwriter/Lyricist Michael Friedman leads us through the process of writing a song for theater.

 

2) HAMILTON Opening in the West End Pushed Back to December

 

3) Broadway Legend Harold Prince Will Take Part in Prince of Broadway Talkbacks by Adam Hetrick

 

4) Future Special Guests Announced for Michael Moore’s The Terms of My Surrender

 

5) 11 Bruce Springsteen Songs Musical Theatre Fans Should Know BY ADAM HETRICK
Before the rock icon gets to Broadway in October, here are the storied songs musical theatre fans should know—and will love.

6) “You Will Be Found” 360° | DEAR EVAN HANSEN

At DEAR EVAN HANSEN, we have been blessed to find an incredibly passionate, remarkably responsive audience. Every month, we receive more than 10,000 letters, tweets and cover videos. In our new 360° video, you’ll find fans of every age from 1 to 96, hailing from 829 different cities and 39 countries.

 

 

7) Howard Sherman: Should there be a RottenTomatoes.com for theatre?

 

Today’s Music: The One I Remember by Michael Friedman from The Fortress of Solitude (Original Cast Recording)


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