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Tag Archives: musical theater
For 40 years the smell of good food and the sound of great entertainment has been filling the Pioneer Hall at the Fort Wilderness Campground as part of the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue.” It started back in 1974 when … Continue reading
At night Jeremy Jordan is currently staring as Jack Kelly in the stage musical production of Disney’s Newsies at the Paper Mill Theater. During the day Jordan is leading the life of a criminal on the run in rehearsals for … Continue reading
File this under learn something new every day. Disney Theatrical just posted this video advertising their Group Workshop experience. I would have killed, or at least seriously maimed, for an experience like that as a kid. Groups of 15 or … Continue reading
RIDEMAKERZ announced today its Downtown Disney shop won worldwide “Pop-Up Store of the Year.” They also announced that the current location would remain open through April of 2011. That’s an odd choice of words considering the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim … Continue reading