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Tag Archives: disney theatrical
“Prince Ali” is the big production number that opens the second act of Disney’s Aladdin the Musical. The colorful, energetic stage production brings new life to the 1992 animated Disney film with a freshening up by original composer Alan Menken … Continue reading
Newsies had a long path to success. The idea of moving it from film to stage took a lot of effort, but to the acclaim of fans everywhere, eventually it got done. From a workshop at the Papermill theatre, to … Continue reading
Reactions to the death of comic genius Robin Williams are coming in from across the entertainment industry and around the globe. Although Williams had a hot and cold relationship with The Walt Disney Company, there is no denying his influence … Continue reading
After it’s debut this week, audiences and critics have showered Disney’s newest stage production, “Shakespeare in Love,” with high praise. The play is an adaption of the 1998 movie of the same name and has just opened in London’s West … Continue reading