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A new look for old(er) musicals and younger talent - The Stage

A new look for old(er) musicals and younger talent - The Stage | Broadway Musicals | Scoop.it

I’ve been writing here this week a lot about musicals and the impact that critics can make on their development, some of the secrets for success (though if only there were cast-iron guarantees for what they were we could all produce them!), as well as a new festival that started just yesterday at the Landor to promote the new work of over 40 writers.


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Lauren Sovel's curator insight, March 5, 2013 1:13 PM

I think that's one of the beauties of musical theatre. You can perform a musical endless times with different people and it will be different every time

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Nathan Lane Will Return to Broadway in 'The Nance' - New York Times (blog)

Nathan Lane Will Return to Broadway in 'The Nance' - New York Times (blog) | Broadway Musicals | Scoop.it

Lincoln Center Theater made it official on Wednesday and announced that it would present Nathan Lane in Douglas Carter Beane’s play “The Nance,” marking Mr. Lane’s return to Broadway after a two-year absence. Mr. Lane, a two-time Tony Award winner, last appeared on Broadway in 2011 in “The Addams Family,” and said in June that the new play by Mr. Beane (the author of “The Little Dog Laughed” and book writer for “Xanadu” and “Lysistrata Jones”) would probably be his next project.


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Final Bow: Katie Nanni's Six Years of Disney Magic in Broadway's Mary Poppins - Final Bow - Feb 25, 2013

Final Bow: Katie Nanni's Six Years of Disney Magic in Broadway's Mary Poppins - Final Bow - Feb 25, 2013 | Broadway Musicals | Scoop.it
Stepping in time with the Broadway triple-threat.
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The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) |Adelaide Fringe 2013

The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) |Adelaide Fringe 2013 | Broadway Musicals | Scoop.it

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David Jobling's curator insight, February 21, 2013 8:43 AM

As for the performing ensemble Fiona DeLaine, Mark DeLaine (who also directs), Rod Schultz and Michaela Burger - they were faultless; I have seen each of them in other major shows around Adelaide before and seriously enjoyed their work in acclaimed productions of "Sweeny Todd" (Fiona DeLaine and Rod Schultz) and "To Kill a Mockingbird" (Michaela Burger) to name only a couple, but here they effervescently glimmer, obviously enjoying the delectable satire that mocks the mainstream musicals and draws attention to the ingredients that hook us into enjoying those big shows.

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The Stigma of Dubbing in Movie Musicals Needs To End

The Stigma of Dubbing in Movie Musicals Needs To End | Broadway Musicals | Scoop.it
Recently, pop singer Adam Lambert unleashed a series of tweets critiquing the vocal performances in the film adaptation of Les Misérables. “Visually impressive with great emotional performances,” he said.

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Lauren Sovel's curator insight, March 5, 2013 10:09 PM

i disagree with Adam Lambert. Every single actor/actress in that movie sang their own part, there was no faking it. So for him to bash this movie and say that they were fake is not right. I think this shows how different society is no compared to a long time ago when it comes to singing and such.