[LISTEN] Spring 2016 Flop Post-Mortem

Now that the 2015-2016 Broadway season has officially concluded, Broadway Buddies looks back on some of the more notable “flops” of the past few months, including “American Psycho,” which shuttered on June 5, “Bright Star,” which will be closing on June 26, and Cirque du Soleil’s “Paramour,” which doesn’t meet the financial definition of a flop, but certainly does from a creative perspective.  Did “American Psycho” get a bad wrap from critiques and their hatchet-job reviews? Did “Bright Star” pick the wrong song to perform at the Tony Awards?  Does Cirque belong on Broadway or should it stick to the Las Vegas? Listen now to find out!

Broadway Buddies stars: David Buchanan, a contributing writer for GoldDerby.com; John Bonazzo, a staff writer for the New York Observer; and James Demetriades, a Quinnipiac University School of Law student and theatre junkie.

[LISTEN] Inaugural Edition and “The Humans” In-Depth

In the inaugural edition of the Broadway Buddies podcast, catch up on Broadway news for the week ending May 29, 2016 with key insights on topics including the closing of new musical “Tuck Everlasting,” the replacement cast announcement for “Something Rotten!,” the controversial Kickstarter campaign for “Spring Awakening” to perform at the Tony Awards, and the untimely demise of new musical “American Psycho.” Also hear an in-depth review and analysis of the Tony frontrunner for Best Play “The Humans.”

Broadway Buddies stars: David Buchanan, a contributing writer for GoldDerby.com; John Bonazzo, a staff writer for the New York Observer; and James Demetriades, a Quinnipiac University School of Law student and theatre junkie.