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  1. Jesse L. Martin and Flash Co-Stars Thank Joss Whedon with Gospel Cover of the Firefly Theme Song

    Oh no I'm having so many Rent feelings, send help

    To thank Joss Whedon for donating “an outstanding amount" to their Kickstarter for the new short musical film The Letter Carrier, Broadway veteran Jesse L. Martin and his Flash co-stars Rick Cosnett and Carlos Valdes filmed this breathtaking cover of "The Ballad of Serenity."

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  2. James Lapine and Lilla Crawford Talk Into the Woods DVD/Blu-Ray Release

    Theater is not dead!

    Musical theater lovers, rejoice! The film version of Into the Woods, starring James Corden, Emily Blunt, and the inimitable Meryl Streep as The Witch, is out on DVD/Blu-ray TODAY! To celebrate this theater classic's release, The Mary Sue chatted with Into the Woods' original book writer and screenwriter on the film, James Lapine, and Lilla Crawford, who plays the snarky-but-endearing Little Red Riding Hood!

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  3. Frozen‘s Josh Gad to Play LeFou in Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

    Some Gastons are worth melting for!

    After landing its Beast and Gaston last week, ComingSoon reports that Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast has cast Josh Gad in the role of main goober LeFou.

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  4. Spongebob Squarepants Might Be Heading To Broadway, With Music By Aerosmith and John Legend

    Who lives in a Pineapple in... NYC?

    Anything can get onto The Great White Way—Shrek, Spider-Man, even Fifty Shades of Grey (kind of—technically that one's "off"-Broadway). Now our favorite yellow sponge will get a chance to be in the limelight, too.

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  5. Watch the Full Video for HelloFlo’s Postpartum: the Musical!

    Les Mastitis.

    Last week we brought you the trailer for period subscription service HelloFlo's "Postpartum: the Musical," and now we're pleased to present the full video in all its unflinchingly honest glory. Enjoy!

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  6. “Hey, Academy!” A Musical Oscars Season Reminder that Women Make Movies, Too

    Twenty-six individual nominees. Zero women.

    Damn, the ladies of KimAndoComedy can sing. And contrary to what the current state of women in film and the Academy's priorities might suggest, they also can and do make movies.

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  7. NBC’s Next Hate-Watch Spectaculars Will Likely Be The Wiz and Music Man

    Er, musicals.

    According to Deadline, this morning NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt announced the network had finalized a deal for the rights to The Wiz, to be produced by NBC's The Sound of Music and Peter Pan executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron.

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  8. What Is This Feeling? Billy Elliot Director May Bring Wicked to the Big Screen in 2016

    Yes hello, Norbert Leo Butz? Are you busy?

    A film about Oz's most detested resident has been discussed since Gregory Maguire first published Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West over a decade ago, but now it seems we may really and truly get an Elphaba movie.

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  9. Review: Into The Woods Delivers What Fans Want

    Sondheim’s beloved musical retains its dark charms.

    For many, bringing Into the Woods from stage to screen was something they never wanted to see attempted; and yet, the material just seemed too perfect for cinema to resist. When Into the Woods was announced, there was a sense of dread amongst fans, along with the excitement. Was it really a good idea to change Jack's age? Was Meryl Streep a good casting choice, after missing the mark with the music in Mamma Mia? Would a Disney movie actually keep the Wolf’s dark vibe?

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  10. The Dungeon of My Black Despair: Andrew Lloyd Webber Bringing School of Rock to Broadway

    You're tacky and I hate you.

    Do I dream again? According to Entertainment Weekly, Andrew LLoyd Webber—whose "Memory" made a brief appearance in the 2003 School of Rock movie—is writing the music for a stage adaptation debuting on Broadway in December of 2015. To quote our dear Rebecca Pahle, truly, we are past the point of no return.

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