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Category Archives: Musicals
Disney’s Newsies was only supposed to have a 100 day run on Broadway, but it’s now been playing more than 5 times that long. Everyone at the production will tell you could not have done it without the support of … Continue reading
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
Disneyland’s newest stage show, “Mickey and the Magical Map” features several great songs from classic Disney animated films, and it introduces a completely original song for the show, “Journey to Imagination.” In this new video Adam Watts and Andy Dodd, … Continue reading
Variety reports that Disney Theatrical has begun work on a live Broadway musical starring The Muppets. A 15-minute “elaborate presentation” already took place May 31 in near-secrecy at the New Amsterdam Theater—a “test of concept”, according to division president Thomas … Continue reading