We make friends in our youth, sometimes not knowing what will become of each other once the tassel has been flipped and the cap has been thrown into the air. Then, years later, the opportunity to snag a long overdue hug arises. Two friends find themselves thrown back into the past for a brief moment before gaining a new sense of pride and perspective for what the other has gone through over the years. Continue reading One Man’s Journey to the Savanna: An Interview with a Member of Disney’s The Lion King Cast
In my mind, it would be an oddity for someone to deny the magic that comes from watching a live, onstage Broadway production. You’re talking talent beyond measure, music that transforms and transports, stories that connect with us face to face. However, is there any love lost when the splendor of a stage production comes to the big screen? Does the audience lose the energy or the sense of being involved in the production when a camera is capturing the action and delivering it to you versus seeing it with your own eyes firsthand?