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Category Archives: Broadway
I’ve long looked forward to a movie musical production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods;” however, I did not expect Disney to be the studio to take it on. The subject matter does feature familiar Disney territory of fairytales, but … Continue reading
The New York Times has a review of a new musical based on Disney’s Jungle Book movies (and the original book, of course). this modestly scaled and refreshingly spectacle-free family musical seeks to kindle children’s imaginations by softly blurring the … Continue reading
As Disney fans, we love the magic, fantasy and wonder that come with the company. Whether it be the first time you see fireworks explode over the castle, or watch Cinderella get her ballgown, it is all incredible and can … Continue reading
Congrats to Disney Theatrical President Thomas Schumacher who recently gave a terrific talk on inclusivity in a speech titled: Embracing All Audiences at TEDxBroadway. It’s a wonderful insight into what drives him to produce terrific theater. It’s obvious Schumacher has … Continue reading