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Category Archives: Disney Theatrical
Passengers on board a recent flight from Brisbane to Sydney Australia were treated to a mid-air serenade by Disney’s The Lion King Australia cast. Members of the cast had just been in Brisbane to announce the production would travel there … Continue reading
Disney Theatrical, working with director and choreographer Casey Nicholaw, has brought Disney’s animated hit Aladdin to the great white way of New York, New York – Broadway. Tony Award winner Alan Menken composed the music and Howard Ashman and Tim … Continue reading
It’s not very much, but a website already exists for Frozen The Musical. Disney CEO Bob Iger has said the company is already working on getting Frozen on stage. So it’s no surprise they reserved the domain. Right now all … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Animation Studios feature film Frozen has been cleaning up at the box office, the record store, and soon could be dusting Broadway with its magical spell. Marshal already speculated on this possibility about a week ago. Disney … Continue reading