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This Week on Broadway for January 30, 2011: James Franco is the best thing that has happened to Broadway since…

Matthew Murray, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss The New York Idea, Waiting for Godot, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, Knickerbocker Holiday, Fascinating Rhythm and James Franco coming to Broadway with Nicole Kidman in Sweet Bird of Youth.


This Week on Broadway for January 23, 2011: Are Naked People on Stage Necessary?

Matthew Murray, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss Other Desert Cities, the need for naked actors on a stage, a white Ragtime, Theoni Aldredge, and the Kerrigan-Lowdermilk new CD Our First Mistake.


This Week on Broadway for January 16, 2011: The Importance of Being.

If you would like to listen to the podcast, click on the arrow in the player below. Notes and links for the podcast. Panel: Peter Filichia | peter@broadwayradio.com | Facebook Matthew Murray | matthew@broadwayradio.com | Twitter Michael Portantiere | michael@broadwayradio.com | Facebook Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark News Opening read more


This Week on Broadway for January 9, 2011: The Last Review is the Best

Peter Filichia, Matthew Murray, Michael Portantiere, and James Marino discuss Dracula, A Small Fire and whether previews should be reviewed or not.


This Week on Broadway for January 2, 2011: A Look Forward, A Look Back

Peter Filichia, Matthew Murray, Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk about Natalie Mendoza leaving Spider-Man, Bono and The Edge headed to rehearsal, Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series, Rabbit Hole (movie and play) and talk about a few special people who passed in 2010.


This Week on Broadway for December 26, 2010: What We Liked in 2010

Peter Filichia, James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere talk about their favorite theatrical experiences of 2010.


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.