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  • Disney on Ice salutes 'Princesses and Heroes'

    Set designers are used to challenges. A theater might not be tall enough for a multistory structure. A stage might not be wide enough to accommodate a designer's grand vision. And then sometimes the stage is made of ice. That's what faced production...
  • 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....
  • Disney Theatrical Casts Broadway's 'Aladdin'

    Jonathan Freeman, the actor who portrayed the villain Jafar in Disney's 1992 animated pic "Aladdin," will reprise his role onstage in the Broadway-bound legit adaptation of the tale, in which he'll be part of a cast led by Adam Jacobs ("Les Miserables,"...
  • Too Many Musicals for Broadway to Turn Out a Profit?

    Take a look at Broadway's 2013-14 slate, and one thing's clear: Spring 2014 sure is crowded with notable new musicals. "Rocky," "Aladdin," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Bullets Over Broadway," "If/Then," "Beautiful" -- the list is long enough that...
  • Valentino, Versace Disney princess dresses part of charity auction

    Valentino, Versace Disney princess dresses part of charity auction
    Disney princess-inspired gowns by Versace, Valentino, Missoni and Oscar de la Renta are now up for bid online in a Christie's benefit auction. Online bidding for the 10 "princess dresses," which started Oct. 18, is in advance of a live auction scheduled...
  • Scarlett Johansson: Why Oscar Voters Need to Consider 'Her' Performance

    It's the 21st century, and technology and the economy have changed everything. As a result, we have discarded a lot of old notions -- and it's time to dump several others. For example, let's get abolish the idea that an actor needs to be seen on camera...
  • 'The Jungle Book' at Goodman Theatre: When Mary met Walt (and Rudyard)

    'The Jungle Book' at Goodman Theatre: When Mary met Walt (and Rudyard)
    Rudyard Kipling hated Chicago. "It holds rather more than a million of people with bodies, and stands on the same sort of soil as Calcutta," wrote the man whom George Orwell dubbed "the prophet of British imperialism in its expansionist phase,"...
  • Review: New Disneyland show combines musical theater with digital wizardry

    Review: New Disneyland show combines musical theater with digital wizardry
    The new "Mickey and the Magical Map" at Disneyland offers a solid if predictable storytelling foundation for an energetic musical stage show that's expected to run for years at the Anaheim theme park. Photos: "Mickey and the Magic Map" show at...
  • Imagineers to become Disney Legends during D23 Expo

    Imagineers to become Disney Legends during D23 Expo
    Two Imagineers with major influences on attractions at Walt Disney World and other theme parks will be officially tabbed as "Disney Legends" next month. Tony Baxter and Collin Campbell will be honored alongside TV producer/host Dick Clark, actors Billy...
  • Sister Act opens at the Broward Center

    Sister Act opens at the Broward Center
    This is not your mother's "Sister Act." The mega-successful Whoopi Goldberg movie vehicle from 1992 (and the sequel in 1993) has a whole new get-down-tonight, 1970s vibe for the stage musical "Sister Act the Musical," which is coming to the Broward...
  • Review: 'Valentino's Ghost' hits media's portrayal of Arabs, Muslims

     Review: 'Valentino's Ghost' hits media's portrayal of Arabs, Muslims
    Writer-director Michael Singh's documentary "Valentino's Ghost" connects the United States' Middle East foreign policy agenda to the American media's often negative portrayals of Arabs and Muslims. It's a provocative, absorbing — and at times...