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This Week on Broadway for September 11, 2011: Forbidden Podcast

Peter Filichia, James Marino, Michael Portantiere, and Gerard Alessandrini discuss the West Side Story screening, Les Miserables film, Audra’s schedule, Cliff Robertson, Bijou and Spirit of Broadway theaters in Connecticut, Madame X and The Nutcracker and I.


This Week on Broadway for September 5, 2011: Those Summer Nights

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss hurricane Porgy & Bess, Struggling Shows, Hugh Jackman coming, George Lee Andrews and David Cryer going, as well as Rent and Newsies.


This Week on Broadway for August 21, 2011: St. Louis and Shaw, Follies Gets Recording, Audra and Judy, Brady and Partridge

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere discuss the theatre scene in St. Louis, Shaw at Shaw, Follies and cast recordings, Audra in concert, Judy comes home, The Brady’s and Partridge’s.


This Week on Broadway for August 15, 2011: Sondheim v. Paulus and Co.

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss Sondheim’s comments regarding Porgy & Bess, Catch Me is Caught, Aaron Tveit, Reeve Carney, SoM at Carnegie, Gigi — the play, Marilyn Maye and Tennessee Williams @ PTown.


This Week on Broadway for August 7, 2011: Follies begins, Porgy is on deck, with Lauren Ambrose in the hole.

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk about the start of Follies previews, Porgy & Bess reconception, and Lauren Ambrose taking on Fanny Brice, as well as other news around the Broadway community.


This Week on Broadway for July 31, 2011: People with Three Names

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk with Jennifer Ashley Tepper and Kevin Michael Murphy about their series of shows “If It Only Even Runs A Minute”. Peter is just back from trips to Shaw and Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festivals. Also, we discuss the news of the week on Broadway: Rylance gives it away, Patti and Mandy, Lea, The “F” word (flop), Tony Awards, and Sam Norkin.


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.