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Les Miserables (movie)

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  • Theater: Pines nabs new musical before its Off-Broadway debut

    Pine's Dinner Theatre has snagged the rights to "Life Could Be A Dream," the jukebox musical by Roger Bean that follows up his Off-Broadway hit "The Marvelous Wonderettes." The new show is scheduled for an Off-Broadway debut this fall. The Allentown...
  • Video: 'Les Miz' flash mob brings musical theater to Orlando mall

    Video: 'Les Miz' flash mob brings musical theater to Orlando mall
    Shoppers at the Mall at Millenia in got a musical surprise Saturday afternoon when the cast of Orlando Shakespeare Theater's "Les Miserables" burst into song in the mall's rotunda. In typical flash-mob style, there was an element of disguise. The cast...
  • Broadway's Revival Of 'Evita' At The Bushnell

    Broadway's Revival Of 'Evita' At The Bushnell
    The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts becomes Chez Che when the national tour of the Broadway revival of "Evita" comes to the Mortensen Hall Tuesday to Sunday, Sept. 23 to 28. Ricky Martin who starred in the revival will not be part of the tour...
  • Appeal of 'Les Miserables' endures

    Appeal of 'Les Miserables' endures
    Heather Quinn is determined to see Orlando Shakespeare Theater's production of "Les Miserables," which opens Friday night. "I love 'Les Miz,'" said the Orlando resident, using the fans' nickname for the hit musical. She's not alone. The Shakes set a...
  • Toronto 2014: 'Theory' on lead actor race: Redmayne leads the pack

    Toronto 2014: 'Theory' on lead actor race: Redmayne leads the pack
    The Stephen Hawking biopic "The Theory of Everything" had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday night. And if last year's fest is remembered as the moment it became obvious that "12 Years a Slave" was the movie to beat...
  • Toronto's 7 Biggest Career Reinventions

    Toronto has always been a place for reinvention -- in 2008, Anne Hathaway came to the festival marred by her ex-boyfriend's federal arrest, and left as an Oscar darling for "Rachel Getting Married." And in 2013, Sandra Bullock launched as an astronaut...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Aladdin,' 'Beautiful' Muscle Up the Charts

    Some things old and some things new dominated the Broadway box office charts last week, as "Aladdin" and "Beautiful," two of the strongest spring openers, muscled past last year's hits to nestle in the Top 10 right behind perennial juggernauts "The Lion...
  • 'Cats,' 'Porgy,' Gaga in PBS fall festival

    'Cats,' 'Porgy,' Gaga in PBS fall festival
    This fall, PBS will keep Friday nights hopping with Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, Matthew McConaughey, Jeff Bridges, Nathan Lane, Michael Feinstein, Emma Thompson, "Sweeney Todd," "Porgy and Bess" and "Cats." The PBS Arts Fall Festival will offer 11 weekly...
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber says 'Cats' may come to the big screen

    Andrew Lloyd Webber says 'Cats' may come to the big screen
    Nine lives indeed. As Andrew Lloyd Weber prepares to bring his hit 1980s musical "Cats" back to London's West End for a limited run beginning in December, the composer is also hinting at the possibility of a feline film adaptation. According to Reuters,...
  • 'Jersey Boys' proves again that movie musicals are risky business

    In the wake of the underwhelming fourth-place debut last weekend for “Jersey Boys,” Monday-morning quarterbacks are weighing in with varying degrees of glee and schadenfreude about what may have gone wrong with the movie musical. Did the...
  • 'Nicholas Nickleby' sales fall short, but for the Shakes, play stands tall

     'Nicholas Nickleby' sales fall short, but for the Shakes, play stands tall
    A framed 2,000-piece jigsaw puzzle, made from a "Nicholas Nickleby" cast photo, hangs on the wall of Jim Helsinger's office. Artistic director of the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Helsinger spearheaded the effort to bring the mammoth "Nickleby"...