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Newsies (musical)

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  • Theater: Allentown's Civic Theatre to premiere 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'

    Allentown's Civic Theatre is the first regional theater in the country to present the play "Breakfast at Tiffany's" since the production was on Broadway in 2013. Richard Greenberg's adaptation of Truman Capote's 1958 novella will be on stage at Civic...
  • New in town? Think beyond theme parks

    New in town? Think beyond theme parks
    So, you're the new kid in town, huh? First and foremost, welcome to Orlando, a city with many nicknames. In your time here you'll find it's officially called "The City Beautiful," and sometimes people refer to it as "O-town." Perhaps, and even more...
  • American Dance Center receives international recognition

    American Dance Center receives international recognition
    The American Dance Center recently represented Illinois at the 2015 Dance Excellence international dance festival in Los Angeles, according to a release from the center. Nine current students and their parents joined in the celebrations, during which...
  • Theater: Berks native Eric Schaeffer directs 'Gigi' revival on Broadway

    Berks County native Eric Schaeffer is back on Broadway, this time directing the lavish $12 million revival of "Gigi," starring "High School Musical's" Vanessa Hudgens in her Broadway debut. The musical, a stage version of the Oscar-winning 1958 movie,...
  • 'Groundhog Day' musical heading to Broadway

    'Groundhog Day' musical heading to Broadway
    It's going to be "Groundhog Day" on Broadway. It's going to be "Groundhog Day" on Broadway. A musical version of the story about an arrogant weather forecaster forced to live the same day over and over is slated to arrive in 2017, thanks to four...
  • For the record

    Movie grades: A March 30 Calendar section article on weekend box-office data incorrectly reported grades from audience polling firm CinemaScore. "Home" received an A, not an A-minus, and "Get Hard" received a B, not a B-minus. "Newsies" review: A...
  • Energetic 'Newsies' chock full of extras -- read all about it

     Energetic 'Newsies' chock full of extras -- read all about it
    Unbridled zeal and nonstop zest propel "Newsies" in Hollywood. The North American tour of Alan Menken, Jack Feldman and Harvey Fierstein's adaptation of the 1992 film about the Manhattan newspaper boys' strike of 1899 sailed into the Pantages Theatre on...
  • Composer Alan Menken explains how 'Newsies' became a stage dynamo

    Composer Alan Menken explains how 'Newsies' became a stage dynamo
    At the 1992 Academy Awards, composer Alan Menken was fielding questions in the press room after winning a couple of Oscars for his score for "Aladdin," the animated Disney movie. "How does it feel to win a Razzie for worst song of the year for 'Newsies'...
  • L.A. theater openings, March 22-29: 'The White Snake' and more

    L.A. theater openings, March 22-29: 'The White Snake' and more
    An ancient Chinese fable is retold in "The White Snake," and what's past is prologue in the "Macbeth" sequel "Dunsinane." Also, Parson's Nose stages the last play Abraham Lincoln ever saw: "Our American Cousin." Anne Steele EP Release The singer-...
  • Segerstrom 2015-16 Broadway series: 'Cinderella,' 'If/Then,' 'Newsies'

    Segerstrom 2015-16 Broadway series: 'Cinderella,' 'If/Then,' 'Newsies'
    Touring blockbusters are a staple at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, so with the Costa Mesa venue's announcement Monday of its 2015-16 Broadway series, the question was not whether big names would be in the lineup, but which ones. Segerstrom said its...
  • City Lights: An Oscar nod doesn't mean a film will be a classic someday

    City Lights: An Oscar nod doesn't mean a film will be a classic someday
    Talk about a prophetic theme song. When the Los Angeles Times reported the 30th anniversary re-release of John Hughes' school-detention drama "The Breakfast Club," it opened with a rhetorical question that didn't need explaining: "You didn't forget...