'Tarzan' looks o'seas for more monkey biz

Cox, Gordon
May 2006
Daily Variety;5/22/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 36, p8
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The article reports on the deal between Disney Theatrical Productions and Stage Entertainment UK to co-produce "Tarzan" in the Netherlands and Germany. The stage production, directed and designed by Bob Crowley, features aerial works by De La Guarda's Pichon Baldinu. A Dutch presentation is planned for the spring of 2007, to be followed by a German production in 2008.


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