2020 has been full of surprises. One of the wildest is that a bunch of users on TikTok came together to create a musical of the 2007 animated Pixar film, “Ratatouille.” What is even wilder is that it not only went viral, but that Pixar, Disney, and Broadway even acknowledged it. If the film proved that anyone can cook, TikTok proved that anyone can write a Broadway-worthy play.[Read more…]
Disney’s “Frozen” on Broadway has announced that it will permanently close due to the COVID-19 pandemic and extended closure of the Great White Way.[Read more…]
Tina Fey’s iconic 2004 film “Mean Girls” is quite a choice for a musical adaptation, but boy, does it deliver. The stage musical follows the same story as the movie, with surprisingly few changes in the plot, as most movie-to-stage adaptations change quite a bit. The biggest difference is, of course, the addition of music and dance.[Read more…]
As “Frozen” approaches its second anniversary on Broadway, the show has announced a trio of new stars joining the company.[Read more…]
“Escape to Margaritaville” has come just in time for the first cold fronts of the impending holiday season here in Orlando, but for the rest of the tour’s stops, I’m sure it’s a breath of fresh hot tropical air as Jack Frost has already visited the majority of the country.[Read more…]
Walt Disney Television has released new photos that go behind-the-scenes of “The Wonderful World of Disney presents The Little Mermaid Live!”.[Read more…]
It all started with a rumor that one member of the Romanoff family had survived their assassinations during the revolution – Anastasia Romanoff.
Many women claimed to be the princess. One woman, Anna Anderson, was very convincing until her death. Many films have been made over the years about this captivating tale of a lost princess.[Read more…]
Words fail to describe how great Dear Evan Hansen is.[Read more…]
“Fiddler on the Roof” is one of those famous musicals I’ve always heard of, but never really knew what it was about. But now that it’s finally come to Orlando and I’ve gotten a chance to see it, I find it’s a musical filled with Jewish tradition, history, and dancing.