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Tag Archives: musicals
Disney is making magic again on Broadway. Aladdin is the surprise hit of the season with audiences flocking to the show the delivers a bit of classic Broadway entertainment, with all the technical still of modern theater. It has a … Continue reading
Passengers on board a recent flight from Brisbane to Sydney Australia were treated to a mid-air serenade by Disney’s The Lion King Australia cast. Members of the cast had just been in Brisbane to announce the production would travel there … Continue reading
Here is another series I am going to try out here, all about what YOU want to see. The articles will short, but I am hoping the comments is where real conversation can be had on various topics. As many … Continue reading
Disney’s Newsies was only supposed to have a 100 day run on Broadway, but it’s now been playing more than 5 times that long. Everyone at the production will tell you could not have done it without the support of … Continue reading