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  • Blog Post: Why For did Walt Disney pull the plug on “Pinocchio”?

    DonkeyBoy writes with a question related to Wednesday’s “ The Art of Shrek Forever After ” review . He wants to know about … … that image of teenage Shrek you included with your article. You mentioned that this was a storyline that Mike Mitchell and his team developed for this Dreamworks film and then...
  • Blog Post: Toon Tuesday: How to have a rockin' good time on Mickey Mouse’s birthday

    So where will you wind up spending MM’s b-day? It’s tomorrow, you know. November 18 th . That’s the date that The Walt Disney Company officially acknowledges as being this iconic character’s “ birthday ” (i.e. the day that “ Steamboat Willie ” – the first Mickey Mouse cartoon with synchronized sound...
  • Blog Post: “Shrek the Musical” piles on the promotions, gets ready to launch its national tour in July of 2010

    You gotta give DreamWorks Theatricals & Neal Street Productions their props. These folks will do whatever they have to in order to make sure that “ Shrek the Musical ” stands out from the crowd. Seem that much more different than all the other shows that are currently running on Broadway. Take –...
  • Blog Post: Tune Thursday: Christopher Sieber kneels to get a rise out of Broadway audiences

    Christopher Sieber has a favor to ask of his fans: No more questions about his knees. Please? “Seriously, my knees are fine,” Sieber laughed, “Everything else on my body hurts right now. But my knees are great.” Of course, it’s easy to understand why friends, family, even perfect strangers would continually...
  • Blog Post: Tune Tuesday : "Shrek the Musical" gets off to a great start in Seattle

    There are so many movie-based musicals turning up on Broadway these days that the theater community has actually invented a somewhat derogatory term to describe these high profile productions: movsicals. And what with the rather tepid respection that " Young Frankenstein " and " The Little Mermaid "...
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