A new joint venture has big plans for Roy Rogers, prepping to return the cowboy-performer's brand to the spotlight in a multi-pronged push that includes a brewing Broadway musical penned by Marshall…
Take a look at Broadway's 2013-14 slate, and one thing's clear: Spring 2014 sure is crowded with notable new musicals.
"The Last Ship," the new Broadway musical with songs by Sting, has filled in its production timeline, with a Chicago tryout set for this summer prior to a fall bow on the Main Stem. Set against the…
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Following in the footsteps of movies-turned-musicals such as "Kinky Boots" and "Billy Elliot," an adaptation of the 2001 French film "Amelie" is aimed at Broadway. Dan Messe of the Brooklyn-based…
Stage and touring events may be a big and growing side business for studios, but DreamWorks Animation is looking to generate even more coin from its theatrical biz, with “Shrek the Musical” set to be…
Add one more production to the list of shows vying for a Broadway theater in 2014: Producers of a new staging of “Dames at Sea,” the 1968 Off Broadway tuner that launched the career of Bernadette…
Lots of luck marketing “Soul Doctor” to a general audience. This worshipful musical biography of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, the so-called “Rock Star Rabbi” credited with infusing Jewish music with the…
“Beautiful,” the incoming Broadway bio-musical of Carole King featuring tunes from the singer-songwriter’s canon, has found its Carole, with Jessie Mueller tapped to topline the production. Mueller…
“First Date,” a romantic musical comedy about the horrors, humiliations and occasional happy surprises of blind dates, is cute (but not too cute) and sweet (but not too sweet). So, indications are…
Broadway observers can be forgiven for being skeptical when Disney Theatrical Prods. says it's taking a wait-and-see attitude toward the latest Mouse House-affiliated stage outing, "The Jungle Book."