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Category Archives: Disney Theatrical
Disney’s The Lion King Musical continues its amazing 17 year run on Broadway and around the world. More than 70 million people have experience the unforgettable music and the unique theatrical storytelling of this Broadway spectacular helping it become one … Continue reading
It doesn’t even open until October 26, but the U.S. Premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame musical has had its performance extended by a week to December 14. The La Jolla Playhouse is hosting first American appearance of … Continue reading
Disney’s stage musical version of it’s modern animated classic “The Lion King” is the new king of the box office with a savannah-sized $6.2 billion global total. That’s true for movies, theater, or any medium. Thanks to the Associated Press … Continue reading
Normally, the Genie from Disney’s Aladdin the Musical is busy granting wishes to Aladdin (and sometimes Jafar), but to help celebrate Broadway Week in New York City, Genie and the cast of Aladdin on Broadway extended the magical power of … Continue reading