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Tag Archives: musicals
A critical failure and box office weakling Disney’s Tarzan The Musical lasted just over a year on Broadway. However, fans of Disney’s story should not give up hope. A new version of the play is being worked on up the … Continue reading
John recently posted about the announcement of the Walt Disney Company’s second quarter profits. At the end of the post, he asked where readers would like to see the company go in the future. I started writing a comment, but … Continue reading
Just read the news that a Broadway version Newsies is in pre-production at Disney Theatrical. On one hand the mind boggles. The movie was a flop, few of the songs memorable, and it was made almost 20 years ago. On … Continue reading
Of all the Disney Animated classics, Dumbo has the most ‘Song of the South’ moments. The crows and a drunk elephant are not what I would call ‘classic Disney’. And yet, they do make for two of the most powerful … Continue reading
Variety reports that the Los Angeles production of the “Mary Poppins” stage musical has brought in over $11 million in box office during the first 6 weeks of its 13 week engagement. I just found some tickets via Stubhub if … Continue reading