Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group has named Broadway producer Ken Davenport the company’s executive director for North America, giving him a role in the oversight of RUG’s North American…
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Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s producing and licensing company, the Really Useful Group, has partnered with U.S.-based recorded music and publishing company Concord Bicycle Music to launch The Musical…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has a new musical lined up for a West End world preem, and because it's a new project from the creator of some of Broadway's most enduring hits, it's big news. But given the track…
Joop van den Ende's Hamburg-based production powerhouse Stage Entertainment has long dominated the live entertainment and musical scene in Germany, with wide-ranging productions that include not only…
The most thoughtful and scintillating reading of the Webber/Rice rock opera since its 1969 recording.
Barney Wragg has been appointed managing director of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group.
In the midst of ongoing industry whispers about the future of Andrew Lloyd Webber and his 35-year-old Really Useful Group, the org is laying the groundwork for a 2013 split that will divide the…
Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical "Bombay Dreams" is set to hit the bigscreen with "Monsoon Wedding" scribe Sabrina Dhawan confirmed to pen the adaptation.
The most daunting problem for Andrew Lloyd Webber's follow-up, "Love Never Dies," is great expectations.
Dutch media entrepreneur Joop van den Ende's live entertainment group Stage Entertainment has appointed Bill Taylor, former CEO of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group, as CEO of Stage…
Strands: Look for a late-May start at the Adelphi Theater for the Michael Grandage-helmed revival of "Evita," composer Andrew Lloyd Webber tells Variety.
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