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Tag Archives: musicals
The 2012 Tony Award nominees were announced this morning by Kristin Chenoweth and Jim Parsons. The awards will be broadcast live on Sunday, June 10th on CBS at 8pm. Neil Patrick Harris will return as host. The full list of … Continue reading
Editor: Please welcome guest author Jim Dallas who is reviewing the April 20th showing of Newsies The Musical. Newsies on Broadway is a must see! I first became an avid fan of composer Alan Menken when I saw The Little … Continue reading
Disney Theatrical’s production of “The Lion King” just surpassed “Phantom of the Opera” as the highest grossing show on Broadway. The hit musical based on the animated film, has generated a total of $853.8 million in ticket sales since opening … Continue reading
Disney Theatrical has released another fun visit behind the scenes of NEWSIES with Andrew Keenan-Bolger. This time it’s the cast at the recording session for the Original Broadway Cast Album. I really like that this cast understand the history they’re … Continue reading