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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.

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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.


This Week on Broadway for December 19, 2010: Amanda (re) Peet

James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere discuss The Break of Noon, as well as this week’s news from around Broadway (Spider-Man, Scottsboro Boys, Thora Birch, Sondheim on Colbert, Most Performed Plays and Musicals in High Schools, Patti LuPone in Hello, Dolly and many other things.