Tag: Broadway

Disney Theatricals Celebrate 15 Years Of The Lion King with “Inside The Lion King” Exhibit in NYC

Disney Theatricals Celebrate 15 Years Of The Lion King with “Inside The Lion King” Exhibit in NYC

| December 17, 2012 | Reply

Since opening on Broadway in 1997, Disney’s The Lion King has been by over 65 million people to date.  Disney Theatricals celebrated the 15th Anniversary of this ground-breaking musical with a show-stopping holiday gift – Broadway’s first immersive, pop-up exhibit in New York City.   Located at 1095 Avenue of the Americas, adjacent to Bryant Park at 42nd [...]

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Hot Off The Presses: Newsies’ Andrew Keenan-Bolger as Crutchie

Hot Off The Presses: Newsies’ Andrew Keenan-Bolger as Crutchie

| March 30, 2012 | Reply

After a successful run at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse last fall, Disney’s Newsies has finally found its way to Broadway.  Opening on Thursday, April 29 to rave reviews at the Nederlander Theatre, Disney Theatricals has announced that the musical, which originally was scheduled for a limited run, would now have an open-ended Broadway run.  [...]

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Susan Egan, the Belle of Broadway, Talks About Her New CD

Susan Egan, the Belle of Broadway, Talks About Her New CD

| November 15, 2011 | Reply

Susan Egan may be best known to Disney fans for her Broadway debut originating the role of Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, or perhaps for voicing the female lead Meg (Megara) in Disney’s feature animated film Hercules.  She just released her 6th solo CD titled “The Secret of Happiness”, and agreed to chat [...]

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Disney’s Newsies Seizes The Stage at the Paper Mill Playhouse

Disney’s Newsies Seizes The Stage at the Paper Mill Playhouse

| October 14, 2011 | Reply

What do you do with a movie musical that receives reviews like “The writers have created cardboard cut-outs instead of flesh-and-blood characters,” Variety, “The film’s real trouble lies in its pointless, joyless execution,” New York Times.  You stage it as a musical… naturally!

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The Lion King Roars into Town: A Worthy Disney Park Fix?

The Lion King Roars into Town: A Worthy Disney Park Fix?

| March 29, 2011 | 4 Replies

For those of us living far away from Walt Disney World or Disneyland, we often look for that “Disney Fix” wherever and whenever we can get it.  The National Touring Company of The Lion King recently opened a 4 week run at the Auditorium Theatre in my hometown of Rochester, NY.  I was able to take [...]

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A New York Times evening with Sir Tim Rice and Disney Music

A New York Times evening with Sir Tim Rice and Disney Music

| February 7, 2011 | 4 Replies

By: Chuck Mirarchi In January, The New York Times presented its 10th Anniversary of Arts and Leisure Weekend at The Times Center in New York City.  These events feature in-depth discussions, and select live performances, with various legends from film, theatre, music, television, media, and others. One of those events was an evening with “Sir Tim [...]

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Tony-Nominated John Tartaglia Performs at Disneyland

Tony-Nominated John Tartaglia Performs at Disneyland

| September 29, 2010 | 2 Replies

On September 24th and 25th, 2010, Disney’s official fan club, D23, celebrated the history of the original Disney theme park with an event in Anaheim called Destination D: Disneyland ’55.  Disneyland Correspondent Tom Bell was on hand to cover the event, and said one of the highlights of the first day was a concert called [...]

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