Two unlikely hit movies are headed to the Seattle stage.
It was on this day in pop culture history that got Santa (and Jimmy Boyd) in trouble with the Catholic Church over Boyd’s song about seeing the man in red kissing his mother! It was just a misunderstanding.
Today in pop culture history, Fantasia come to movie theaters and The Lion King came to Broadway.
Wicked opened on Broadway and Orson Welles scared the pants off people on this day in pop culture history.
On this day in 1986, the phantom (of the opera fame) dropped his first chandelier in London’s West End.
Up until Universal Studios released the movie “Airport” in 1970, this was the studio’s biggest movie. Do you know what it was?
1983: ‘Cats’ Wins Tony for Best Musical Though mocked by many, on this day in 1983, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Cats won the Tony Award for best musical. It was … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for June 5
“South Pacific” first opened on Broadway, the first African American person was featured on a U.S. stamp and Roger Ebert published his first movie review on this day in pop culture history.
The very first Tony Awards were handed out on this day in 1947 and Charlie the Tuna inspired a very special day in 1992.