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Grumpy Cat will be the first-ever actual feline to join the cast of Cats

Photo by Heather Kaplan

The feline internet sensation known as Grumpy Cat (real name Tardar Sauce) will go from the computer screen to the Broadway stage on Friday, September 30th, when she’ll join the cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical… 98 more words


Mulan the Musical Comes to Vancouver for 1 Day Only! #Contest

Mulan the Musical is in Vancouver for just one day, and VBB is giving away 4 tickets to one lucky reader!

This isn’t a Disney Fairytale -In all the 1,600 years since the tale of Mulan has existed, it’s never been told like this: with a dynamic mix of Chinese drum music, kung fu, and dance. 110 more words


THEATRE. George Takei’s 'Allegiance: The Broadway Musical' On The Big Screen.

Variety Legit Editor Gordon Cox reports..

‘Allegiance’, the Broadway musical that starred George Takei in a four-month run last season, will come to movie theaters around the country in a one-night-only December screening presented by Fathom Events, the distributor of alternative cinema content.

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LGBT Culture

Hamilton WGBH dates announced. Plan your screening parties!

Is it or is it not the whole thing straight through?  Behind the scenes doc on PBS GREAT PERFORMANCES. “Follows the creation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pop culture Broadway phenomenon, Hamilton, and the history behind it. 44 more words

Good Morning Gloucester


Book by Joseph Stein
Music and Lyrics by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick
Directed by Bartlett Sher
At the Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway, New York. Open run. 788 more words

Theatre Reviews

Kinky Boots ... like a strong red sole

When I went: 21 May 2013

Music Owl Hoot rating: 4/5

Location: Al Hirschfeld Theatre, Broadway, New York

Performers: Billy Porter (Lola), Stark Sands (Charlie), Annaleigh Ashford (Lauren) 203 more words

4 Hoots

A Broadway musical of Beetlejuice is in the works

It’s becoming increasingly clear that Beetlejuice 2 is dead in the water, with director Tim Burton and Michael Keaton both admitting that the chances of the sequel ever getting off the ground are dim. 145 more words