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Two winners of a Nick.com contest will get to sing in a performance of Broadway's Shrek the Musical, show representatives said. A pair of contenders in the Not Your Ordinary Princess competition will be chosen to play Young Fiona and Teen Fiona, alongside Sutton Foster, who portrays the adult Fiona. Beginning Tuesday, girls ages 6 to 14 can go to the www.Nick.com/princess Web site, where they can upload a video of their performance of the song I Know It's Today from the musical. Entries...
A British couple said they spent three hours in makeup before their wedding so they could walk down the aisle as characters from the Shrek films. Christine England, 40, and Keith Green, 44, of Barnstaple, England, used green paint and costumes to turn themselves into Princess Fiona and Shrek while guests at the wedding dressed as other characters from the animated films, including Donkey and the Gingerbread Man, the Daily Mail reported Thursday. Every girl wants a fairytale wedding and I got...
NEW YORK, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- SHREK THE MUSICAL was recently declared a "big fat hit" by USA Today, and "true happiness" by The New York Times. The DreamWorks Theatricals and Neal Street Productions, Ltd. hit show opened at the Broadway Theatre in New York City on December 14th, 2008.
Shrek The Musical, starring Brian d'Arcy James as the titular ogre and Sutton Foster as Princess Fiona, opened on Broadway Sunday night. Previews of the show began at The Broadway Theatre Nov. 8, following a pre-Broadway engagement at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre Aug. 14-Sept.
By Michael Kuchwara NEW YORK - Not since the heyday of the '80s British musical invasion - which brought "Cats,""The Phantom of the Opera" and "Les Miserables" - has Broadway anticipated such a big, critically lauded musical from across the Atlantic as "Billy Elliot." It's the show generating the most buzz, particularly at the box office, and that's saying a lot, as New York braces for a fall of six Broadway musicals - five new shows and one revival - plus several off-Broadway offerings,...
By Sheigh Crabtree LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporte
DreamWorks Animation has cast a small medieval kingdom's worth of fairy tale characters who will appear in "Shrek the Third."
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.