“Great Scott!” *Jazz hands*.
“Great Scott!” *Jazz hands*.
It has been tradition for a woman to play Peter on stage since, well forever. Suggestions? We got plenty!
NBC sets Peter Pan as their next major musical, following on the heels of its recent Sound of Music musical. The live production is set to air Dec. 4.
After The Sound of Music Live! brought in massive ratings, the network announced it will repeat the formula next year. NBC, we have some suggestions for you…
Some trivia about the 1954 Christmas classic (now streaming on Netflix!) starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen.
This interactive electropop period piece musical will help cope with the lack of Les Mis in your life.
These camp classics are best viewed with the right audience. And a lot of booze.
Alison Bechdel’s beloved graphic memoir is finally ready for the stage.
Pull out the jazz hands kids!
From the hilarious to the profound, musicals can teach us all a few things.
The problem is… it’s only running in Japan… (via animenewsnetwork.com)
For the third year in a row and fourth time overall, NPH will take the stage for your viewing pleasure. Until then, check out some of his best past performances.
Ever notice how delightfully awkward this movie is?
Smash and Glee aren’t the only TV series that have expressed themselves in song.
This would have been useful to read prior to seeing the film. SPOILERS! (via pippipklooray.tumblr.com)
This shows Liam’s very particular set of skills; skills he have acquired over a very long career of different characters that are all sort of the same role.
Hipster Arial is joined by her friends to sing a song about their individuality. We are individuals, but we are alike in so many ways.
Watch the Doctor and Sherlock sing a musical duet to “Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better” that’s edited so expertly, you’ll have to convince yourself that this isn’t something that should make its way onto Broadway. This is pretty much the best way to kick off your Friday morning, I’ll guarantee it.
And she is smoking. Aileen Quinn was only 10 years-old when she became famous for playing little orphan Annie in the 1982 film “Annie.”
This happens. This and Glee.
Celebrities are not always limited to movies without big dance numbers and spontaneous singing. You might actually be surprised by those in the Hollywood crowd who like to belt out a tune every once in a while!
Here is the log line for Rigamortis: “After humanity quells an undead uprising, the last two remaining zombies pair up in search of sanctuary, but instead find love.” Here are the other two parts. (Via The Uniblog) Watch Video ›
Courtesy of Improv Everywhere, a musical where everyone breaks into song about the basic human need to share the mundane details of our lives on social networks. Musicals are so awkward! I can’t believe I’m sharing this. Watch Video ›
If Pokemon had a musical episode it would be exactly like this. I would pay money to see a version of this on Broadway. Watch Video ›
If this doesn’t win a Tony, Broadway is dead to me. Arnold missed his true calling. Watch Video ›
What it lacks in dinosaurs, it makes up for in rapping DNA (at the 14:00 mark). Part 2 below. Watch Video ›
Murphy, it’s you! Watch Video ›
From the “horrible nightmare ideas” files. That said, I wouldn’t mind seeing the inevitable Snow Fortress ensemble number at the end. Watch Video ›