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  • Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition recap: Broadway, babies

     
    This week on Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, Cindy is sick of Shari saying “McKaylee,” the theme is Broadway and Rachelle has forgotten her pants. This can only mean one thing — this is Sas we’re dealing with right here,...
  • Broadway Box Office: Billy Crystal Banks Sparkling Sales

    Nearly ten years after his last Broadway stint, Billy Crystal's status as a box office powerhouse remains undiminished: His solo outing "700 Sundays" raked in more than $1 million in its first six previews. The strong start for "700 Sundays" ($1,147,436)...
  • 'Newsies' Heading To Waterbury's Palace

    'Newsies' Heading To Waterbury's Palace
    The Palace Theater in Waterbury has a touring coup. The national tour of the hit and family-centric musical “Newsies” will play the Connecticut theater in October. Specific dates have not been finalized. The engagement is prior to the show&...
  • New Haven's Douglas Lyons ('The Book of Mormon') Has New Recording

    New Haven's Douglas Lyons ('The Book of Mormon') Has New Recording
    Douglas Lyons, a BFA musical theater grad of The Hartt School at the University of Hartford who went on to be in the cast of Broadway's "The Book of Mormon" and now "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," has a new CD out. The New Haven native is...
  • Dance Moms Christmas Special recap: ’Twas the Fight Before Christmas

     
    Happy holidays, Dance Moms fans. It's time for the first-ever Dance Moms Christmas Special. And, hence, the first-ever Dance Moms Christmas Special recap. Consider it my special holiday gift to you. We open with the girls placing a star on an artificial...
  • Disney Theatrical Developing 'The Princess Bride' for the Stage

    Disney Theatrical Prods. has embarked on a stage adaptation of "The Princess Bride" in a deal shepherded by Alan Horn. With no creative team yet attached, it's not yet been decided whether the developing show will be a play or a musical. Either way the...
  • 'Jungle Book' Disney's Next Big Broadway Hit?

    Broadway observers can be forgiven for being skeptical when Disney Theatrical Prods. says it's taking a wait-and-see attitude toward the latest Mouse House-affiliated stage outing, "The Jungle Book." After all, the company initially said it was...
  • Broadway Box Office Sustains its Summer Sizzle

    Last week's Broadway box office chart didn't give anyone much to talk about. And a lot of producers will tell you that there's nothing wrong with that. After all, with tourist-fueled sales continuing to drive overall attendance up past 90% of total...
  • Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center will open in November

    Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center will open in November
    The long-awaited Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts at last has an official opening date. The ribbon-cutting on the downtown Orlando theater complex will be Nov. 6, with an opening gala the following night, center president Kathy Ramsberger...
  • 'Beauty and the Beast' proves its staying power

    'Beauty and the Beast' proves its staying power
    Twenty years ago, an experimental show by a team with minimal Broadway experience made the trek to New York after a trial run in Houston. Pundits expressed doubt about whether the risk would pay off, and when the show finally opened, it got a drubbing...
  • Disney Considering 'Frozen' for Broadway, Obviously

    A spokesman for Disney Theatrical Prods. has confirmed that Disney Animation's hit "Frozen" is in early development for the stage, following a Fortune interview in which Bob Iger said the studio was in discussions about it. It'd be more surprising if...
  • Broadway Box Office: Quartet of Stellar Sellers Lead Columbus Day Boom

    Autumn bounty came to Broadway last week, with major sales and attendance bumps logged at most shows on the boards and no fewer than four titles topping an impressive $1.8 million each. The Main Stem traditionally begins to shake off the September...