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Tag Archives: musical
Normally, I don’t like to wish ill will on any artistic endeavor, especially a Broadway production. Getting one of those off the ground is difficult for even the best productions and sometimes they fail just under the weight of bad … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I woke up early on Thanksgiving morning just to make sure I saw the Cast of Disney’s Newsies perform before the big Thanksgiving Day parade. Their segment featured the dance number “King of New … Continue reading
While Disney Theatrical got its start in Stage Musicals, they will be breaking the mold with their next production. Disney will bring the Oscar winning 1998 film Shakespeare in Love to the West End of London, known for theater and … Continue reading
Disney Theatrical and Seattle’s 5th Avenue theater have been workshopping a Broadway scale stage musical production of Aladdin. It’s moving into its final nights of dress rehearsal preparing for a July 7th bow and the stakes are high. Depending on … Continue reading