1. All songs are from animated films that were released to theaters. 2. All songs are sung by a character in the film. (This is why the brilliant and otherwise top five-worthy "Circle of Life" is not 3.
There was an audience that might rejoice any actor last night when Miss Julia Neilson and Mr. Fred Terry gave “The Scarlet Pimpernel” here for the first time. The piece won one of the secondary successes
Gone is Maria Bjornson's lush set design that featured a massive staircase and a candelabra-filled lair, as well as director Hal Prince's romantic interpretation of the story of a beautiful soprano named
By Kristen Page-Kirby Kristen Page-Kirby Email Bio Follow In theater, a performer who can sing, act and dance is called a “triple threat.” The stage needs a new word for anyone who plays one of the newsboys
Harper Lee’s only book for some time was To Kill a Mockingbird and it was edited by her many times before the final publication. The finished book poignantly displays 1930s America and the attitudes of
Think back to the first time you saw 2001's Legally Blonde. Reese Witherspoon's hair is flawless, there's a killer soundtrack, and there's a wealth of snappy one-liners. There are a lot of roles that us