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  • Cameron Mackintosh Acquires Two More West End Theaters, Will Name One the Sondheim

    Cameron Mackintosh, the U.K. stage producer behind global megahits including "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Les Miserables," has pacted to purchase the West End's Victoria Palace and the Ambassadors Theaters, bringing his theater group's roster of London...
  • George Blagden giddy about 'Vikings' fight scenes

    George Blagden giddy about 'Vikings' fight scenes
    George Blagden couldn't help himself. The "Vikings" star was so happy to finally be part of a giant fight scene in the show's second season he just let loose. "The director screams 'cut' on the megaphone and [there's] silence in the forest—apart...
  • 'Les Miserables': Will the Movie Help the Broadway Revival?

    A movie helps a Broadway show. But will the film version of "Les Miserables" give a leg up to the new Main Stem revival of the title that inspired it? Beginning previews March 1, "Les Miserables" represents a notable test case. Unlike prior Broadway...
  • Drury Lane announces 'Les Miserables' cast

    Drury Lane announces 'Les Miserables' cast
    Drury Lane Theatre announced the cast for its upcoming production of the musical “Les Miserables” on Monday. In director Rachel Rockwell’s production, Ivan Rutherford, a longtime Jean Valjean on Broadway and on tour, will once again...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Les Miserables,' 'Aladdin' Muscle Onto the Scene

    "Les Miserables" stormed back to Broadway and "Aladdin" made a little box office magic of its own last week, with the two big-name tuners beginning previews in a seven-day frame that saw overall Main Stem sales decline. Curiosity often drives B.O. at a...
  • REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale' ★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'Winter's Tale' &#9733 1/2
    In the movies, particularly in the case of best-sellers adapted for the screen, time travel and its next-door neighbor, reincarnation, seem like a good idea at the time. But very often something goes gooey. Even with Colin Farrell's soulful eyes, the...
  • 'Les Miserables' to lead Orlando Shakespeare Theater's next season

    'Les Miserables' to lead Orlando Shakespeare Theater's next season
    "Les Miserables" will kick off the Signature Series of Orlando Shakespeare Theater's 2014-15 season, theater officials announced Tuesday. The musical's first Orlando-based production will open Sept. 12 and will be the Shakes' largest single show, said...
  • Behind the Scenes of Broadway's YouTube Musical Comedy About Gays in Russia

    Harvey Fierstein, Andrew Rannells, Michael Urie, Roger Rees, Jonathan Groff, Laura Benanti: All of these familiar Broadway faces, and a ton more, got together to put on a show. Making the rounds online ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics, "Russian Broadway...
  • "Les Miz" and "The Wiz" announced for Maltz Jupiter Theatre season

    "Les Miz" and "The Wiz" announced for Maltz Jupiter Theatre season
    For something a little different, theater fans here might try something there. Where there? Jupiter there. Andrew Kato, the producing artistic director of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, announced its 2014/2015 season at a luncheon at YOLO Restraurant on...
  • Will Smith Makes Surprise Appearance in 'Winter's Tale'

    The reviews for "Winter's Tale" (currently a 6% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) have not been kind. But at least give the fantasy epic, based on a 1983 novel by Mark Helprin, credit for this -- it has one of the most eclectic casts for a Valentine's Day release...
  • Back to 'Oz' with extra tunes by Andrew Lloyd Webber

    Back to 'Oz' with extra tunes by Andrew Lloyd Webber
    The strange journey of Dorothy, courtesy of a tornado, from Kansas to Oz was so indelibly committed to celluloid in 1939 that it might seem unnecessary — even a little sacrilegious — to transform the MGM classic into a stage show. But...