A new show with the band’s original line-up might have been 10 years in the making, but it was more than worth the wait.
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Move over Angelina, Kate and Halle — our generation is getting a piece of the designer action without the price tags to match!
There’s an argument to be made that despite the questionable cool factor, growing up with the influence of Broadway musicals is only a good thing.
Some our favorite bedtime stories have become the newest wave of the Hollywood blockbuster machine. The theme du jour? Fairy tales.
“Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark” has become the biggest joke of the Great White Way. I was dying to see for myself whether Spidey could hold his own in a musical.
I started to wonder what the world would be like if Justin Bieber never put out a record, never had his own 3-D movie and never became a pop sensation. Buckle up, folks, because things could get ugly.
The borderline-mature themes in childhood cartoons made us tougher. Most of it just went over our heads, anyhow.
Julie Taymor’s $65 million dollar Broadway spectacle, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” cannot seem to catch a break. But there may still be reasons to see this show.
And at the tail end of the ‘90s, MTV enriched our lives with a little program that became symbolic of late ‘90s pop culture: Total Request Live, our generation’s American Bandstand.