A boy's-eye view of girls.
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A Boy's-Eye View of Girls, by Peter Filichia.
Of course the title of Peter Filichia's new book refers to the three greatest mistakes in Tony Awards History. Now considered three of the greatest musicals of all time, they were victims of the many cultural and economic forces that influence Tony voters. I could argue that he should have fit urinals somewhere into the title, but that's another book.
Peter Filichia (born 1946) is the former New York-based theater critic for The Star-Ledger newspaper in Newark, New Jersey and New Jersey's television station News 12. In addition, Filichia has two weekly columns at Masterworks Broadway and Kritzerland, and also writes regular entries for the Music Theatre International Marquee blog. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A Boy's-Eye View of Girls from your list? A Boy's-Eye View of Girls.
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In "Strippers, Showgirls and Sharks", the popular syndicated theatre critic Peter Filichia chronicles the history of the American musical by looking at those shows that did not win the Tony Award for Best Musical. It happens every spring: The American Theatre Wing bestows its annual awards. Only those shows that have reached Broadway are nominated and while all Tony Awards are created equal in height, width and depth, the universally acknowledged biggest prize is the Best Musical Tony.