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Tag Archives: musical
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
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
Walt Disney Animation Studios is making available a streaming version of one song from their upcoming film “Tangled.” “I See The Light” is written by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater and performed by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi. “Light” appears … Continue reading
There are few of my favorite childhood movies that hold as special a place as BedKnobs And Broomsticks. Although it was produced after Walt Disney’s death, it continued the Mary Poppins tradition of combining live action with animation, brought on … Continue reading