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Game of Thrones Adaptation Set to Hit Theatres in 2023

A Game of Thrones adaptation is coming to the West End and Broadway in 2023 and is set to dictate events more than ten years prior to the original novels and TV series. “The production will boast a story centred around love, vengeance, madness, and the dangers of dealing in prophecy, in the process of […]Read More

Ratatouille: the TikTok Musical coming to Broadway

Remy the Rat, hero of the classic Disney animation Ratatouille, will be making his way from the streets of Paris to Broadway in Ratatouille: the TikTok Musical. The musical, which originated as a hit song on TikTok, will be brought to life for a one-off charity performance on New Year’s Day 2021. Although hundreds of […]Read More

Theatre Review: 42nd Street // The Shows Must Go On!

42nd Street is a musical founded on nostalgia. Having originally been successfully adapted from page to screen, and then finally to Broadway stage, it is a show that continues to inspire hope in its ever-struggling audience. The musical is centred upon New York newbie, Peggy Sawyer, who is thrust rather unceremoniously into the chorus line […]Read More

Theatre News: West End’s Frozen Cast Announced

Last week, the cast of the West End premiere of Frozen was revealed, with Samantha Barks (Elsa) and Stephanie McKeon (Anna) being the first cast members to be announced. Barks is well known for her role as Eponine in Les Misérables and shot to fame on the talent show I’d Do Anything, whilst Mckeon was […]Read More

Obituary: Nick Cordero

Tony nominated actor Nick Cordero has died in Los Angeles after contracting Coronavirus and struggling with severe medical complications. Cordero spent around ninety-five days in Cendars-Sinai Hospital before he died aged just forty-one, leaving behind his wife, Amanda Kloots, and his young son. The Broadway community grieves for an actor with so much more still […]Read More

Original Cast Recordings and Reaching Audiences

The Original Cast Recording, or OCR, is something that has become a staple ingredient to the recipe that produces ‘the musical’. First comes the regional and off-Broadway debuts, then the Broadway debut, promotional performances, and finally the cast recording. It would be fair to take these as signs that a show has become successful; so […]Read More

Obituary: The Giant Who Stole All The Tonys, Harold Prince

No single figure in modern, popular theatre has been associated with the amount of ground-breaking theatrical hits that Broadway director and producer Harold Prince has. After passing away at the age ninety-one, working just under seventy years in the industry, he has left us with an unparalleled legacy of political and musical masterworks to enjoy, […]Read More