I enjoyed by December directing in China and as every show turns into a family, patient even if they only speak Mandarin. So I thought I would share with you this year’s holiday family!
Happy 20th Anniversary to Cherry Crest Adventure Farm’s Amazing Maize Maze!
In 1996, Cherry Crest Adventure Farm was the first farm in America – in the world – to launch into the new era of Agri-Tourism. Jack and Donna Coleman, along with their family and friends, teamed up with the Amazing Maize Maze to create the first permanent cornfield that would be grown each year for the purpose of harvesting FUN. Read More
Like any Broadway or Off-Broadway show we’ve done, malady it has been an unique and treasured experience. The talent, passion, diligence and sheer will has solidly been there on the stage each night.
Producers Don Frantz (Beauty and the Beast) and Jonathan Pollard (I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change) announced today that after 30 previews and 139 regular performances Off-Broadway, Disenchanted! will play its final performance at Westside Theatre (407 West 43rd Street) on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 7:30PM.
Chinese backers are behind three of the hottest plays on Broadway as part of a broader push to expand musical theater inside China
Who’s the latest behind-the-scenes investor on Broadway? China.
SANTO DOMINGO (R. Dominicana).- La productora Theamus Teatro Musical anunció este lunes la versión en español de la comedia musical “Desencantada”, purchase a presentarse a partir del 13 de junio en la sala de espectáculos del centro comercial Blue Mall. Read More
We know the stories and iconic songs so well that it’s hard to believe that characters from Disney movies may have their own tales to tell. Disenchanted!, currently running at the Westside Theater, may permanently alter your views of Disney royalty.
Don Frantz, the producer of “Disenchanted!” also worked on Disney’s The Lion King.
A long-time theater producer on the history of his latest project, a satire of Disney princesses
Don Frantz has earned his credits in theater: from theme parks to cruise lines to Disney. Now, the Upper West Sider is producing Disenchanted, a musical spoof on fairy-tale princesses playing at the Westside Theatre on W. 43rd Street. Read More