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Patrick Healy

Patrick Healy appears in the following:

The Rebecca Mystery

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Patrick Healy, New York Times theater reporter, talks about how turning the gothic novel Rebecca into a Broadway musical became a whodunit.

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A Bumper Crop on Broadway

Monday, April 23, 2012

They say April showers bring May flowers. But on Broadway, April yields a bumper crop of opening nights. We’ll hear about a mad scramble to meet the April 26th eligibility deadline for the Tonys with Patrick Healy, theater reporter for the New York Times.

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Stagehands' Union Plans to Picket the Tony Awards

Friday, June 10, 2011

In this week's Arts File, Jeff Spurgeon speaks with New York Times theater reporter Patrick Healy about a spat between the stagehands' union and the producers of the Tony Awards. 

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Shake-up for Spider-Man on Broadway

Friday, March 11, 2011

On Wednesday, the producers of the Broadway musical "Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark" announced that Tony-award-winning director Julie Taymor would have a diminished role.

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Spidey's First Night

Monday, November 29, 2010

The new musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” has been nagged by delays, technical problems and cast injuries, but Spidey fans got a chance last night to see the $65 million production in its first preview performance last night. New York Times theatre reporter Patrick Healy joins us to talk about this work in progress.

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Monday, June 14, 2010

Despite the drizzle, last night's 2010 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall felt like a Hollywood event. Scarlett Johannson, Laura Linney, Jude Law, and the band Green Day walked down the red carpet. The night's biggest awards went to "Memphis," which won in the Musical category, and "Red," which took home the Tony for Musical Revival. Patrick Healy of The New York Times was there and joins The Takeaway to talk about the winners, losers, and surprises from the night.

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Broadway Stays Healthy, for Now

Thursday, March 19, 2009

The revival of West Side Story grossed over $1 million in each of its first two weeks of preview performances. Its popularity indicates that audiences haven’t given up on Broadway at this stage of the economic downturn. We check the pulse of the Great White Way today as we're joined ...

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