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29 June 2013 0 View comments A performance of the West End musical Charlie And The Chocolate Factory was marked by added drama on Friday night after the stars of the show were stranded above the audience in a glass lift which broke down in mid-air.
Director Sam Mendes earned grudging critical acclaim for a stage musical of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" but was always going to struggle in comparison to much-loved past productions of Roald Dahl's work...Acquiring the rights was a two-decade
Arts & Culture Editor Arizona Daily Sun "Do not touch the chocolate!...Willy Wonka warns a group of guests, including five young winners of golden tickets to tour his chocolate factory. One winner, Augustus Gloop, disobeys and gorges on chocolate in
Producers said there were "unforeseen problems in the delivery of a piece of stage engineering by a contractor". The show, based on Roald Dahl's book, is being directed by Sam Mendes at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London. The first preview
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The films focused on the bizarre personality of Willy Wonka, who takes five children into his candy factory and virtually does four of them in. This Kelrik show is more about the kids and is fueled by youthful energy. Charlie Bucket, whose family is
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan was feeling a bit under the weather, but he pushed through it for his appearance on " The Late Late Show " (Weeknights, 12:37 a.m...Because of the germs, Craig Ferguson first offered him some hand sanitizer, and then a mask he
Town News For this season's musical, the River Dell Drama Club is re-creating a 1970s classic, "Willy Wonka," based on Roald Dahl's beloved children's book, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." For four performances this week, the River Dell High
Corbis Chocolate has a delicious presence in children's literature, from magical chocolate frogs in Harry Potter to Willy Wonka's entirely edible chocolate room. So it's not surprising that writing and storytelling plays its part in a special half-