Yes, Thing rattles across to center stage from behind the curtain. Then you see a hand (Thing) pull back the curtain. Like seen in the commercial to reveal the Addams standing behind the graveyard gate.
re: Toy Story: The Musical Sep 25
2010, 02:19:52 PM
Disney is planning on keep Nemo at the park. There is no plans for it to go Broadway. They like the success it has with it's park guest. One of it's "educating" purposes is that of exposing young kids to musical theatre. Most families that come to the parks aren't ones to spend money to go to NYC just to see a show. So the show was partly meant to spark interest for musical theatre in young minds.
Why ask about the Show Curtain? Sep 20
2010, 11:15:21 AM
The show curtain, I find exciting. I like to get into the theatre and I'll look at my playbill and then I'll stare at the stage and wonder what scenic excitement is behind it.
It just gets me horny for the show, then the overture starts... then the lighting plays into the cutain.
Movies that should be on Broadway Sep 6
2010, 12:54:05 AM I would like to see them take the Finding Nemo musical from Animal Kingdom and expand it for a full scale show. I was so suprised when I saw it.
I work this show and asked if it would happen. Keep in mind Disney likes to stay secrete about everything, but it sounds like a for sure no. Wont happen.
re: Dreamgirls tour - Chester Gregory Jul 28
2010, 01:50:04 PM
When it was in Kansas City... the performances where all great. I was expecting more out of Effie, but she stayed in a comfort zone or something. I do know that after they ended their run this past Sunday here they are on a two week break, due to the cancelation in DC. So I'm sure they went all out for that Sunday performance I went to. The Kansas City Star (newspaper) gave it a rave review, giving special notice to Chester.
Wigs and costumes... I was mixed about. But it didn't take aw
Beauty and the Beast National Tour review Jul 28
2010, 01:40:19 PM
Well it should do, I'm partially going to see it for myself cause BATB is my favorite childhood Disney film. I saw the Broadway production, so I'll go into it not expecting much. It's just something I want take my little nephew to. So it will be just fine for him.
re: Dreamgirls tour - Chester Gregory Jul 27
2010, 12:43:05 PM
He and Adrienne stood out. Chester owned the stage when he was on and got the audience excited! He brought out the fun of the show. I enjoyed every second he was on stage. While I'm on the topic of the tour... "Steppin to the Bad Side" was one of the best choreographed and staged musical numbers I've seen on stage.
Beauty and the Beast National Tour review Jul 27
2010, 12:24:45 PM
hmm I was wondering if this tour would be something to see. It's coming to my city in a couple weeks. I'm not sold on going yet. Thankfully I would only be paying $10 to see it.
re: Nudity on Broadway Mar 3
2009, 10:13:52 AM
Actually, when I saw the touring production of Lion King, the two dancers in "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" the male dancer, half of his butt is revealed.
re: 101 Dalmatians - The Musical? Dec 25
2008, 04:51:36 PM
There was a musical of 101 Dalmatians I saw here in Kansas City a few years ago at the Coterie Theatre. It wasn't Disney.