Peter Filichia, Matthew Murray, Michael Portantiere, and James Marino discuss Dracula, A Small Fire and whether previews should be reviewed or not.
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.
Peter Filichia, James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere talk about their favorite theatrical experiences of 2010.
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.
Peter Filichia, James Marino and Matthew Murray REVIEW The Great Game: Afghanistan, Long Story Short, TALK about classic musicals with a Christmas theme, Fat Pig by Neil LaBute w/ Dane Cook sets a Broadway date, League Audience Analysis, closings, moves and possible re-opening of Scottsboro?, Twyla says that Broadway does not get her, and recommendations for books to give for the holidays.
Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Matthew Murray discuss A Free Man of Color, The Coward, Les Misérables at Paper Mill, The first week of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Two new musicals closing already — But a film on the way? and Gift guide: OCRs
Peter Filichia, James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere discuss Angels In America, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Evita, at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Break of Noon, Don Carlo at Metropolitan Opera, and Title of Show @ George Street Playhouse.
James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere discuss Elling, Bells are Ringing at Encores, Devil Boys From Beyond, John Simon, Spiderman, and the 2011 Tony Awards at the Beacon
Peter Filichia, James Marino, Matthew Murray and Michael Portantiere discuss the Broadway openings of The Merchant of Venice, Elf, Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown and The Pee-Wee Herman Show.