UK Roundup - Billy Elliot, Ray Charles + West End rumours..!
The reviews for Billy Elliot the Musical are raves. Most publications commented that the stage production is far more affecting than the film was, but the Daily Mail criticised the extended use of politics in the show. Charles Spencer in the Telegraph writes 'Billy Elliot strikes me as the greatest British musical I have ever seen', whilst
Following the success of the Oscar winning film Ray, based on the life of the blind jazz artist Ray Charles, a musical tribute to the star will open at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket in June for a limited run of 8 weeks. The Genius of Ray Charles, the title of his 1959 album, opened at the Eldorado Casino in April and comes to
It's hard to rack up much enthusiasm for Dancing in the Streets, a compilation Motown musical set to transfer to the
Following the success of Musicality the TV show where amateurs got the chance to appear in
Rumours are funny things, sometimes they happen, sometimes they don't, so take everything with a pinch of salt until it's official. Some of the best ones flying around at the moment are that Jerry Zaks would like to bring over his production of Little Shop of Horrors to the
And finally, Broadwayworld.com is looking for contributors to cover the