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This Week on Broadway for May 3, 2009: The Tony Nominations

Wednesday, May 06, 2009 12:00 AM Broadway Time: May 5, 2009 — The Tony Nominations Matthew Murray: Chief New York Theater Critic for TalkinBroadway.com and columnist at BroadwayStars.com Peter Filichia (Rashad): 3 times a week at Theatermania.com and the Star Leger Michael is a journalist and photographer who’s work read more


This Week on Broadway for May 3, 2009: Working 9PM to 5AM

This Week on Broadway: Sunday May 3, 2009 James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere discuss what is happening in the NYC theater scene. Michael Portantiere is a regular contributor of theater interviews, reviews, features, and photos to BroadwayStars.com and AfterElton.com. Also an adjunct professor of theater at Wagner read more


This Week on Broadway for Apr. 27, 2009: Falented People

James Marino, Matthew Murray and Peter Filichia discuss what is happening in the NYC theater scene. This week’s episode includes conversations about: — Drama Desk Nominations — How Billy Elliott nominations are being handled — AP On Broadway: The Boys of Billy Elliott http://podcast.ap.org/data/audio/20090107/20090107045132-950.mp3 — White Christmas and its read more


This Week on Broadway for Apr. 20, 2009

James Marino, Matthew Murray and Peter Filichia discuss what is happening in the NYC theater scene. This week’s episode includes conversations about: — The Pulitzer Prize — Susan Boyle Britains Got Talent — Tharon Musser — Broadway Grosses 4/13-4/19 — Outer Critics — Mary Stuart —- Historical Shows vs History read more


This Week on Broadway for Apr. 13, 2009

James Marino, Matthew Murray and Peter Filichia discuss what is happening in the NYC theater scene.


This Week on Broadway for Apr. 5, 2009

James Marino, Matthew Murray and Peter Filichia discuss what is happening in the NYC theater scene.


James Marino

 

James is a technologist who has an affinity for Broadway, the theatre and music. In the late 90's he started BroadwayStars.com, one of the first Broadway-centric websites. You can usually find James staring at a screen when not seated in a theatre.