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Disney Theatrical Productions said Sunday it will shutter the high-energy musical about newsboys after the Aug. 24 performance, pulling the plug on a 2-year-old show that has earned more than $100 million over some 1,000 shows but has seen its weekly
Fight the power Newsies at the 66th annual Tony awards in 2012. Photograph: Andrew H Walker Kenny Ortega's 1992 film dramatising the 1899 newsboy strikes in New York was how to put this nicely? not very well received by critics or audiences. It was a
The group consists of 9 to 12-year-old performers who, as part of their training, go out into the community to share their talents with schools, senior residences and centers for children with disabilities.
The musical Oliver! , based on the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, has been a theater and moviegoer favorite for nearly fifty years. The latest revival, at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse, that just opened, is a real winner, with marvelous
From our critically acclaimed productions to our award-winning education and access programs, this wonderful fundraising event supports our work in the community," commented Paper Mill Playhouse Managing Director Todd Schmidt. "Supporting Paper Mill
Silbersher credits establishment of the theater to a visit by Antoinette Scudder, newspaper heiress and a frequent customer at his parents' paint store on Millburn Avenue, to buy art supplies...A play that she produced in New York starred Frank
She will be cast as 'Vicky' in Noel Coward's 'Shadow Play' to be presented under the title of 'Tonight at Eight-Thirty.''' The August 11, 1939, Item reported that Eleanor Roosevelt headed a committee that included producers, actors, authors and
Photo by Michael Le Poer Trench The barricade scene from the touring "Les Miserables" that is coming to the Great White Way Back to the barricades! Buoyed by renewed interest in Les Miserables thanks to the Oscar-nominated film, a stage production of
The musical is based on the 1899 true story of child newspaper sellers in turn-of-the-century New York who go on strike. The 1992 film, starring Christian Bale, Bill Pullman, Robert Duvall and Ann-Margret, did poorly at the box office but has become
Anthony Fedorov , the season four finalist who has been building an impressive list of credits in stage musicals, will add The Sound of Music to his resume when he stars as Rolf in the Paper Mill Playhouse production in Millburn, N.J., opening Nov.