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Category Archives: Broadway
As good word continues to build about the PaperMill Playhouse production of Disney’s Newsies – The Musical, signals are growing stronger that the show will eventually find its way to Broadway as well as a series of licensed local productions … Continue reading
Disney Theatrical and Seattle’s 5th Avenue theater have been workshopping a Broadway scale stage musical production of Aladdin. It’s moving into its final nights of dress rehearsal preparing for a July 7th bow and the stakes are high. Depending on … Continue reading
On Thursday, the Disney Parks blog announced that “Disney’s Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular” will run on the Disney Fantasy. As I wrote in a previous post, a full stage production of Aladdin is expected to open at the 5th … Continue reading
John recently posted about the announcement of the Walt Disney Company’s second quarter profits. At the end of the post, he asked where readers would like to see the company go in the future. I started writing a comment, but … Continue reading