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Written by | September 7, 2013 0:08 | No Comments

The break is over my friends cuz the kinky headed obnoxious man is back and ho ho ho-ing. It’s an odd angle considering he proclaims his Judaism often enough but lets face it us Christians are a cash cow so get milkin’ us for Christmas!

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Written by | March 6, 2013 0:10 | No Comments

The set consisted of what appeared to be multiple little “homes”, a wall of televisions, and fun metal structures to climb on. Opening up with Johnny, Will, and Tunny, our three adorable rocker protagonists, it’s high-energy and nearly impossible to not fall in love with.

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Written by | December 17, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

Since Annie had a ginger afro, we had to get Molly a wig, and any time she walked on stage we all started laughing, but if we wanted to be professionals we had to keep it in.

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Written by | October 26, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

Manilow is returning to the place where it all began, his hometown, New York City, with a new concert series on Broadway – marking his return to The Great White Way

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Written by | September 3, 2012 0:10 | No Comments

Dora The Explorer, The Wiggles, Sesame Street, where there is a guilt trodden parent there is a money making scheme to be had. With these shows comes so much souvenir merch that you can literally triple if not quadruple earnings just by setting up flashy merch in the concourse.

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Written by | August 30, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

Motown;The Musical will open at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on April 14, 2013. There ya go, its official and with no one swinging from the ceiling or being shot out of cannons we can be fairly confident the opening will not be delayed.

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Written by | August 8, 2012 0:13 | No Comments

Tribute shows are tricky business.Youre either a parody or a scary wanna be. Without too much effort a great idea can become an almost insult to the integrity of an artist. We have all seen ‘bad’ impersonations. Although, most are done with love and hero worship they can still suck.

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Written by | July 21, 2012 0:02 | 2 responses

Need a job? The show is in casting and at present are looking for someone ot play a single actor who can take on three roles in the play, the pre-teen Barry Gordy, Little Stevie Wonder and the young Michael Jackson. Yeah, thats should be easy to find

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Written by | July 1, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

The upcoming musical is described as telling the story of ‘a beautiful, talented girl and her best friends who get swept up in the obsession of today’s TV celebrity culture [and it] charts her journey into the world of overnight fame and its impact on her relationships with her mother and the friends

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Written by | June 28, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

Cher went on to be a well respected actress and had a solo disco career before becomeing Queen of the Queens replaceing Liza Minelli and followed by Madonna, Brittany and now Gaga

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Written by | June 28, 2012 0:03 | No Comments

Flash forwardest and Billy Ray Cyrus got a new job! Hot dang, and almost all by himself!! But on behalf of all Thespians and the mayor of New York bow your head as Billy Ray Cyrus is going to be on Broadway. Yeah, I’m not joking

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Written by | May 23, 2012 0:05 | No Comments

The play will offer audiences “a carefree story of good vibrations set in the nostalgic, happy times of the 1960s Southern California beach community,” according to Surf Productions LLC.”We want to capture the essence of what made the music great,” they said of the production.

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Written by | May 19, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

Now I already knew Sins to be a wonderful intelligent guy with a hipster flair and a way with words but what I found most startling tonight was the watching what a brilliant actor he is. In his first production he not only stole the show he stole the hearts and minds of every audience member.

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Written by | April 28, 2012 0:04 | No Comments

Yousef has captivated millions with his Cat Stevens work and has carried it gracefully throuhg name change and personal changes. His voice remains true and there are many performances recorded to prove this. I had no idea he was working on a show, but it seems a wonderful thing

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Written by | March 14, 2012 0:05 | No Comments

Anyone who can swing from a ribbon is nuts anyway but these extravaganzas bring in the crowds and with good reason. Simply said its pure entertainment visually and auditory.

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Written by | March 8, 2012 0:14 | No Comments

am a Catholic but non-practicing. I found the lashing of Jesus Christ disturbing. Again, I am a bad Catholic but I don’t see the crucifixion or torture of Jesus Christ as musical theatre. I felt the 39 lashes to a great rock hook is surreal. Not sure how I was supposed to react to it? And the finale with Christ on the glitzy cross almost brought the audience to its feet. It was a bit too surreal for me.

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Written by | March 8, 2012 0:05 | No Comments

By far one of the best college humour film of all time. John Belushi and Tim Matheson owned this movie. Who on Earth can fill those shoes?

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Written by | February 12, 2012 0:09 | No Comments

You put on mask that make it hard to breath if you wear glasses and you wander through darkly lit mazes and pop in and out of rooms and spaces where you run into extremely fit looking athletic actors not wearing masks who, with minimal speech but lotsa balletic movements rush about from foom to room, often disappearing entirely (a bitch if you are trying to catch up with them.

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Written by | December 10, 2011 0:05 | No Comments

wacked out sorta hipster New York show that now takes on new turns as its ‘conceptualized and reworked’, this means it’ll be more risqué’ then the 1965 play or 1970’s film. The show is being recreated by Michael Mayer of “Spring Awakening” and “American Idiot” fame- need we say more?

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Written by | December 7, 2011 0:13 | No Comments

For those of you unfamiliar with Cat Stevens or Yusef Islam, its time to school yourself. One of the most soothing voices and most graphical lyrcists of all time. Islam has faced some opposition and rough press upon his religious conversion. He had made some controversial statements

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Written by | December 2, 2011 0:11 | No Comments

The show, called ‘Heroes: The Musical’ was described as a futuristic fantasy, featuring various Bowie-esque characters like Major Tom, the starman and a ‘young dude’ called David

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Written by | December 1, 2011 0:03 | No Comments

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s, not to mention lyricist Tim Rice), greatest moment, perhaps because it’s the greatest story ever told, right, is making a comeback. Broadwy eagerly awaits the March 2012 mounting of Jesus Christ Superstar. faux rock? Sure. but better faux-rock than faux-opera.

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Written by | November 23, 2011 0:03 | No Comments

Bus driver Peter Proetzner carts around caravans of tourists on pilgrimage to sites made famous in the film and calls The Sound of Music the cities second biggest draw, over only the music festivals and is quoted as saying “TheSound of Music is better known than Mozart worldwide,”

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Written by | November 22, 2011 0:04 | No Comments

Rocky, you’ll recall is dim witted boxer with the heart of gold and pet turtles, who beat meat in a freezer locker.
That project tanked. Yes, I know a musical boxing show was a sure thing.

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