Disney and “Would You Rather” clash once again in glorious fashion.
From British imports to modern takes on classics, here are 17 shows worth seeing on and off-Broadway this spring.
The singer-songwriter on ditching her sad-girl persona to rock out.
La magie en un coup de crayon.
Cette séance photo adorable vous redonnera le sourire.
THIS KID IS EVERYTHING. (H/T the incomparable Laura Benanti)
She’s flying onto our TV screens as “Peter Pan,” but could Allison pull off other famous Disney Hero Roles? An illustrated investigation.
Let’s go on a trip to Neverland, in which Neverland is the land of never being sober during NBC’s second annual live musical event.
I’d watch if NBC’s version starred Jenna Maroney, that’s for damn sure.
Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, and Rooney Mara join newcomer Levi Miller in a reimagining of the classic story, which files into theaters on Jul. 17, 2015.
Do you believe you can fly?
Just how well do you know these animated classics?
From Brooklyn to Neverland.
Make these beauties part of your world.
Peter Pan has yet to be cast but will be played by a woman!
For the National Literary Trust’s “Books about Town” project. Bookish-bums have never had it so good.
It’s time to put “Let It Go” in its proper place in the Disney canon.
“Don’t you dare close your eyes.”
There may be a reason why no one grew up in Neverland. h/t Reddit
I think we all owe it to Bill Murray to let him star in NBC’s reboot.
Why send out a regular old Valentine’s Day card, when you can send a card that perfectly exemplifies your inner baddie?
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.
Hook fans: This sketch comedy video is for you.
People think you’re the girl who has everything. But you want more, right?