1964 in film
It was a bumper year for the cinema, with Sean Connery as James Bond and Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins.
Saving Mr. Banks Only Tells Part of the Story
In the tradition of 2004's "Finding Neverland" comes "Saving Mr Banks," the story behind the creation of Mary Poppins.
National Review Online
Amity Shlaes: Saving Mr. Bank
It is his and the Sherman brothers' 1964 version of the musical A row of senescent bankers, led by Dick Van Dyke playing an asthmatic in a false beard, conjure for the child Michael Banks what the tuppence in his hand can generate if left to grow undisturbed.
DWTS recap for April 14, 2014: The Disney episode
It was Disney week at DWTS with guest judge Donny Osmond and some fun animation from the Disney films accompanying the dancers on stage.
Westchester Broadway Theatre's Mary Poppins Finds Its Bert
Leo Ash Evens , who made his Broadway debut in the most recent revival of Jesus Christ Superstar , has landed a leading role in the Westchester Broadway Theatre's upcoming production of the hit Disney musical Mary Poppins .
The Weekly Standard
Must the Show Go On?
If this absorbing, but imperfect, history of the waxing and waning of large-scale film musicals teaches us nothing else, it is that critical tastes from the 1960s bear a striking resemblance to those of today: The edgy is nearly always esteemed over the innocuous.
The Papillion Times
'Christmas Story,' 'Poppins' headline Rose Theater's '14-15 schedule
"A Christmas Story: the Musical," "Mary Poppins" and two world premieres highlight the Rose Theater's 2014-15 stage season for children and families.
Photo Flash: Dick Van Dyke and Chita Rivera Attend PDS Gypsy Awards Luncheon
The Professional Dancers Society 's Gypsy Awards Luncheon honoring Leslie Caron and Dee Dee Wood and the late Marc Breaux was held on March 30, 2014 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
St. Albert Gazette
Mary Poppins worth a visit
Mary Poppins Runs until April 20 Citadel Theatre Tickets: start at $35 Call 780-425-1820 or visit: citadeltheatre.com The parrot-handled, umbrella-toting nanny has blown into town and No.
Smart and satirical, "The Americanization of Emily" shines on restored Blu-ray
IT'S NOT EASY to categorize "The Americanization of Emily." Part satire, part romance, it makes a big statement about war.