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Tag Archives: Musicals
Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, the day you thought would never come is almost here. It’s time to seize the day and buy some season tickets to the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn New Jersey. That’s where a new … Continue reading
Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theater has announced a partnership with Disney Theatrical to bring a full length Broadway musical version of the hit animated feature Aladdin to the stage. A post on the theaters facebook page indicates that this will include … Continue reading
The idea to bring Disney’s 1992 film Newsies to the great white way has been floating around practically since the film was released. The rumors kicked into high gear recently with the rise of Kenny Ortega’s star, tied to the … Continue reading
Pretty much all of Hollywood has chimed in with fond memories of Tom Bosley who died today at 83. Bosley was Mr. Cunningham from Happy Days to a generation of television viewers, but to Disney fans, he’ll always be the … Continue reading