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  • 'Cats' to be revived in London, and maybe made into movie too

    'Cats' to be revived in London, and maybe made into movie too
    In John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation," an urbane New York society lady is called out for having once dismissed the musical "Cats" as being an "all-time low in a lifetime of theatergoing." Her distaste for the popular Andrew Lloyd Webber production...
  • Clandestine-Arts stages 'Aida' in Orlando

     Clandestine-Arts stages 'Aida' in Orlando
    "Aida," the ancient Egyptian love story set to an Elton John pop score, will be staged by Orlando's Clandestine-Arts, the troupe that staged "Sweeney Todd" in January. Tim Rice ("Jesus Christ Superstar," "Evita," "Aladdin") wrote the lyrics for the...
  • For JC Chasez, it's the role that got away

     For JC Chasez, it's the role that got away
    A certain Central Florida singer might have been destined to perform in the latest national tour of "Jesus Christ Superstar." "Hey JC, JC, would you fight for me?" sing the ensemble in the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice rock musical. "My initials are...
  • Lunch with the Orlando Shakes 'Les Miz' leading men

    Lunch with the Orlando Shakes 'Les Miz' leading men
    What's this? Is Jean Valjean actually being complimented by arch-nemesis Javert? Not exactly. I'm having lunch with Michael Hunsaker and Davis Gaines, the actors who play those characters in Orlando Shakespeare Theater's production of "Les Miserables....
  • RSC receives grant from Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation

    RSC receives grant from Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
    The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded more than $127,000 to the Royal Shakespeare Company. The grant is to help the company's outreach arm, which brings the Bard's work to children in underprivileged schools. Other beneficiaries from the...
  • Breakthrough Theatre gives Season 4 awards

    Breakthrough Theatre gives Season 4 awards
    The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park celebrated its fourth anniversary with an awards celebration last weekend. "The Bad Seed" was the big winner in the play category, taking home five awards; the musical awards were more evenly distributed. Here are...
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber briefly hospitalized for back procedure

    Andrew Lloyd Webber briefly hospitalized for back procedure
    Andrew Lloyd Webber was hospitalized Thursday in England to undergo a medical procedure on his back, but by Friday morning tweeted that he had returned to work on his new musical. "Thank you for all the kind messages re my back op yesterday. Very happy...
  • Pasadena Playhouse announces cast for 'Aladdin and his Winter Wish'

    Pasadena Playhouse announces cast for 'Aladdin and his Winter Wish'
    The Pasadena Playhouse has announced the cast for its family holiday show, "Aladdin and his Winter Wish." Ben Vereen of Broadway's "Pippin" and "Jesus Christ Superstar" will star as the Genie in this updated version of the classic Arabian Nights tale....
  • For 'American Idiot,' Md. native went behind the music with Green Day

    For 'American Idiot,' Md. native went behind the music with Green Day
    Michael Mayer knows a thing or two about coming of age. The Maryland-born director won a Tony Award for his work guiding the 2006 Broadway hit "Spring Awakening," which chronicles teens getting a grip on their budding sexuality. In 2010, he directed...
  • Kevin Gray Memorial Set For Monday In New York

    Kevin Gray Memorial Set For Monday In New York
    A memorial celebration for Hartt' School's s theater division faculty member, Kevin Gray, will be held Monday , May 13 at 2 p.m. in New York at Broadway's  Majestic Theatre, 247 W. 44th St., home of "Phantom of the Opera," a show in which Gray played both...
  • Theater review: 'The Book of Mormon'

     Theater review: 'The Book of Mormon'
    Thank God. Broadway hit "The Book of Mormon" has arrived in Orlando with a production that, saints be praised, is as much a thrill as the original. Of course, the carefully plotted story, rip-roaring musical numbers and witty lyrics remain the same....