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(The New York Times)   If your kids had a dream to see Frozen on Broadway, they better let it go   (nytimes.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Mary Poppins, Broadway theatre, Walt Disney Theatrical, Broadway's new landscape, Lion King, Disney productions, Disney musicals, American tour  
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2020-05-15 1:42:08 AM  
I listened to the soundtrack. The songs they added for the Broadway version were horrible.
 
2020-05-15 1:56:36 AM  
The first?

Meaning that Disney has been running massive public gatherings during the last three months of plague to this point? In New York?
 
2020-05-15 3:35:33 AM  
It will still tour.
 
2020-05-15 4:32:59 AM  
Take them to see The Book of Mormon.
 
2020-05-15 6:51:55 AM  

Not_Todd: Take them to see The Book of Mormon.


Or Avenue Q.
 
2020-05-15 7:57:52 AM  

Jim_Callahan: The first?

Meaning that Disney has been running massive public gatherings during the last three months of plague to this point? In New York?


The first guaranteed to not reopen.

Though, I would argue Beetlejuice was actually the first; however, that had an end date in June so I guess technically it didn't close due to covid.
 
2020-05-15 8:57:55 AM  
oh no how will Disney ever recover from this
 
2020-05-15 10:47:21 AM  
I saw it during it's pre-Broadway work out the kinks run in Denver.  I admit some of the new material felt like padding but it was definitely impressive from a technical POV.  I enjoyed it.  Having said that, I don't feel compelled to go see it repeatedly whereas I will see Lion King once every time it is in town.
 
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