Broadway In Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Disney’s Lion King

Julianne Hough returns to ‘Dancing with the Stars’ with ‘Footloose,’ Derek Hough — Former pro dancer on Dancing with the Stars, Julianne Hough, will return to the show’s ballroom on Tuesday night. The dancer will perform to promote her new film, the remake of Footloose. She will also perform with her brother and current pro on the show, Derek Hough.

Guests include Lt. Dan Choi, Supervisor David Campos and Military Veterans Joseph Rocha, Brandon Clark and John Forrett, Commander of alexander hamilton Post 448, the only Congressionally recognized LGBT American Legion Post in the United States.

The Great Secret is a story about a boy who was raised as a slave who became a petty thief as a teen. At full adulthood he masters his own craft and crew but is also cursed with utter madness and delusion as he pursues becoming master of the entire universe! This pulp fiction classic was originally published in 1943 and is regarded as timeless entertainment in the series of L. Ron Hubbard’s pulp fiction stories. Bruce Boxleitner does a masterful job of bringing this strong story to life. I give it a thumbs up on the storyline and presentation. Some of these stories are hard to find so my hats off the Galaxy Press for bringing back these stories.

Check out this award winning spectacular which has promoted many stars towards stardom. It is a fun way to re-experience our own Great grandparents journey West with dance and music. It plays at the Wells Fargo Pavilion through the Music Circus.

They should have been prepared, but they were blown away. And then they realized that Sarah Palin might be the difference between the Barack Obama being elected and four more years of a Republican administration. Nobody was taking away this historic moment. Especially a female Governor of the largest state who had beaten back the old boy network and had five children including a special needs child and who looked like she came out of central casting. It was becoming apparent: this was a woman who walked the walk. She could be a game changer.

Viola is a genus of flowering plants in the violet family Violaceae, with around 400-500 species distributed around the world. Most species are found in the temperate Northern Hemisphere; however, viola species (commonly called violets, pansies, or heartsease) are also found in widely divergent areas such as Hawaii, Australasia, and the Andes in South America.

Laurents wrote “The Way We Were” for Barbra Streisand. The character of Katie Morosky was based on a woman he’d known in college — a woman ironically named Fanny Price — but she was pure Streisand. Laurents had captured Barbra’s soul with that character. When Barbra received the 50-page treatment he’d written, she knew instantly that she had to play Katie…and so she did.

“Disney on Ice” skates back into the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul for “100 Years of Magic”, an all-new celebration of over 60 Disney characters throughout the years. Mickey and Minnie will of course be there, along with other favorites like Cinderella, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Nemo and more. “Disney on Ice” tickets are on sale for eight performances between December 6 – 9. Contact Ticket Master for ticket information.

Manhattan buses and trains are your best bet for transportation. You can take the M4 bus directly to 82nd Street and Fifth Avenue. M1, M2, M3, or M4 bus along Fifth Avenue Fifth Avenue if one way heading south, so the busses on Fifth Avenue are for those coming from the north. If you are coming from the south, take the M1, M2, M3, or M4 along Madison Avenue to 83 Street and walk one block to Fifth Avenue. You can also take the train to 86 Street and just walk 3 blocks west to Fifth Avenue.