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When you think of Disney in Times Square, NYC. the company wants you to think of this and this and this But what a large portion of the 1.4 million tourists that pass through Times Square see every week is … Continue reading
The great production of Newsies The Musical on Broadway continues to provide amazing access to the behind the scenes life of its cast and crew while putting on the very popular show. This latest video features Andrew Keenan-Bolger, whom you … Continue reading
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
Disney’s The Lion King just celebrated its 5,462nd performance last night and climbed the charts to become the seventh longest running show on Broadway. That move bumps Disney Theatrical’s inaugural show, Beauty and The Beast, down to eighth. Raise your … Continue reading