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This Week on Broadway for July 10, 2011: MVPs and God Writes Lousy Theater

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss Master Class opening, Book of Mormon’s free performance, Hugh Jackman, Jesus Christ Superstar revival coming?, H2$ and Broadway in Bryant Park Free Concert Series.


This Week on Broadway for July 3, 2011: Jimmy’s, Frank’s, and Jason’s

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss the National High School Musical Theater Awards, Silence The Musical, Frank Loesser, Bootlegs of live performances, and the spate of opening announcements.


This Week on Broadway for June 26, 2011: One Arm, 4000 Miles, Unnatural Acts and Crush on Carey Mulligan

James Marino, Michael Portantiere, and Jan Simpson talk about One Arm, 4000 Miles, Unnatural Acts, Carey Mulligan, Through A Glass Darkly, Daniel Radcliffe, and How to Succeed in Business…


This Week on Broadway for June 19, 2011: Follies, Spider-Man both on the carousel.

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss the Follies transfer, review Spider-Man 2.0 and talk about the announced shows for the 2011-12 Season.


This Week on Broadway for June 14, 2011: Tonys and Spideys

Adam Feldman, Michael Portantiere, The Mick and James Marino talk about the 2011 Tony Awards telecast and Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark’s opening.


This Week on Broadway for June 6, 2011: Follies and Julie Paymor

Michael Portantiere, Lucky and The Mick and James Marino discuss Follies at the Kennedy Center, Julie Taymor’s financial conflict at Spider-Man, Spider-Man’s appearances on Idol, possibly at Tony Awards, and the music release, Who’s Performing What at the 2011 Tonys!, Hotties at the Tony’s… Lysistrata Jones and Inside the Financial Wreckage of ‘Lucky Guy’.


This Week on Broadway for May 30, 2011: Roundup of the (other) Awards

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk about the other awards given out this season, as well as Sleep No More.


This Week on Broadway for May 25, 2011: Jonathan Groff

James Marino, Michael Portantiere, Lucky and The Mick interview Stage and Glee star Jonathan Groff.


This Week on Broadway for May 22, 2011: Post Rapture Best Original Score Discussion

Peter Filichia, Michael Portantiere and James Marino discuss the scores for the four 2011 Tony Award Best Original Score nominees.