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Category Archives: Broadway
Today a cancelled show with legions of fans may find itself revived on Netflix or via a Kickstarter movie. But the original path to new life for great entertainment was from screen to Broadway. According to a story in Variety, … Continue reading
“Disenchanted!” is a cabaret-style original musical, originally created in Orlando by two former Disney World employees, that takes a look at those classic princess stories we have come to know and love…through the eyes of the ticked off princesses. The … Continue reading
Previews for the Disney Aladdin Broadway musical start February 26th, but tickets are on sale now. To help get the world out the marquee has been updated on the New Amsterdam theater complete with the genie in a bottle. Here’s … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Animation Studios feature film Frozen has been cleaning up at the box office, the record store, and soon could be dusting Broadway with its magical spell. Marshal already speculated on this possibility about a week ago. Disney … Continue reading