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Tag Archives: musicals
Disney cult classic Newsies, about newsboys who wage a labor strike in 1890s New York, is being worked into a stage musical by composer Alan Menken, lyricist Jack Feldman, choreographer Christopher Gattelli, and librettist Harvey Fierstein. Together they are adapting … Continue reading
File this under learn something new every day. Disney Theatrical just posted this video advertising their Group Workshop experience. I would have killed, or at least seriously maimed, for an experience like that as a kid. Groups of 15 or … Continue reading
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