Sherman Brothers Honored with Dedicated Dressing Room at El Capitan Theatre, Jan. 10
Just moments ago, Richard M. Sherman, who with his brother Robert B. Sherman, wrote more motion-picture musical song scores than any other songwriting team in film history, was surprised amongst family and friends upon the dedication ceremony of The Sherman Brothers Star Dressing Room at Hollywood's legendary El Capitan Theatre. Later that evening, Richard Sherman will be the special guest at the opening night of Mary Poppins Sing-A-Long which will run at the El Capitan Theatre until January 26th.
The Sherman Brothers Star Dressing Room will be adorned with a collection of pictures throughout The Sherman Brothers career. Also included will be a replica of their Star on the Walk of Fame and movie posters.
About El Capitan Theatre
Step into Hollywood's glittering past at the legendary El Capitan Theatre, which made its debut on May 3, 1926 as Hollywood's first home of Spoken Drama. This grand theatre has been restored to its original elegance of Spanish Colonial exterior and boasts a colorful and lavish East Indian interior designed by renowned San Francisco architect G. Albert Lansburgh. In 1941, Orson Welles' Academy Award winning CITIZEN KANE made its World Premiere at the El Capitan. As an exclusive first run theatre for Walt Disney Studios, today the El Capitan Theatre sets a new standard for World Premieres, live stage shows, Disney attractions, and other special events that have helped restore showmanship to Hollywood Boulevard. For more information, visit www.elcapitantickets.com or call 1-800-DISNEY6.