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Category Archives: Disney Theatrical
If you purchased the original cast recording album for Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway, you may have grown fond of the two bonus tracks. One of the special tracks features Adam Jacobs (Aladdin) and James Monroe Iglehart (The Genie) as they … Continue reading
The entrance to the Amsterdam theater in New York City’s Times Square used to feature a giant purple ad, that featured the genie-inspired logo for the musical. When I was there, patrons and even just passers-by on the streets would … Continue reading
Congratulations to the team at Disney theatrical, for the second year in a row Disney’s “The Lion King” musical ruled the pridelands of Broadway as the top earning musical. Disney actually had two of the top 5 spots with “Aladdin” … Continue reading
Disney Theatrical continues its release of videos featuring members of The Lion King on Broadway cast performing songs from the show with a new twist. “Shadowland” is a powerful song that was written just for the musical, but based on … Continue reading