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"How to Succeed" YouTube celebrity playlist

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"How to Succeed" YouTube celebrity playlist
A new video uploaded at the How to Succeed i Business Without Really Trying YouTube channel called YouTube celebrity playlist. The video was recorded during the Lord & Taylor windows reveal.

Updated(2): Entertainment Weekly photoshoot + (young) Daniel Radcliffe on the cover

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Updated(2): Entertainment Weekly photoshoot + (young) Daniel Radcliffe on the cover
Well a huge thanks to TomFeltonNet on Twitter for letting me know (tomfelton.eu) about these great pictures of the new July (special!) issues of Entertainment Weekly. With a young Daniel on the cover! Daniel 10 years ago.

Télécâble Sat Hebdo interview

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Télécâble Sat Hebdo interview
Interview by French TV magazine Télécâble Sat Hebdo in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2. The full interview is featured in the new issue, available on Monday 4th July 2011.

Translation by Daniel J Radcliffe Holland.

How do you summarize the filming of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2?
This shoot has become one of the longest in film history. But that's because we were shooting the last two films at the same time.

Harry has an increasingly dark personality. Is it hard to get out at the end of the shoot?

It is sometimes difficult to clean your head of negative thoughts, but that's why I multiplied the projects between two Harry Potter shoots. Even if Harry darkens over the seven films, I like the positive message of the last chapter: we have to fight for what we think is right and unity is strength. Friendship is a strong value for Harry because he knows he can count on those around him.

Among your ten years as Harry Potter, what was the most complex scene to shoot?

There was so much ... The first thing that comes to my mind is where seven identical Harry Potters are in the same room in Deathly Hallows - Part 1. His friends take a potion to look like him and try to to confuse the tracks with the forces. difficulty. We had to redo this scene 95 times to cover all the angles of the different Harry. I had the impression to never see the end result ... But the result is brilliant ...

source: telecablesat.fr

Updated(2): Dan to be featured on USA Weekend cover

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Updated(2): Dan to be featured on USA Weekend cover
First,a short news message, Daniel will be featured on the cover of USA Weekend in the July 9-10 issue.

Update: 6th July 2011. Another preview photo.
Update: 8th July 2011. Another one thanks to simplydanielradcliffe.com.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 featurette "Where we left off" & behind the scenes part 1 and 2

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 featurette "Where we left off" & behind the scenes part 1 and 2
First: Below you find a featurette, released by Warner Bros via apple.com, which has some old interviews with the cast including Daniel and is called "Where we left off" Then second: Behind the scenes photos from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1 and 2 from the exhibition in Madrid, thanks to followingthemagic.com. (scroll down).

Updated(4): Daniel Radcliffe received Trevor Live Award

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Updated(4): Daniel Radcliffe received Trevor Live Award
We posted already here before in March that Daniel would receive The Trevor Project Hero Award for LGBTQ rights inspiration. Yesterday was the big Trevor Live day in New York, and below you can find the photos of the event of Daniel with executive director of The Trevor Project David MacFarlan. Co-star John Larroquette presented.

Deathly Hallows part 2 character poster

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Deathly Hallows part 2 character poster
Here's another Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 poster, this time a character poster, which appeared online via cinemarcado.com.br. IT ALL ENDS.


picture source: Warner bros

Scholastic's You Are What You Read campaign

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Scholastic's You Are What You Read campaign
Daniel Radcliffe listed 5 books for Scholastic's You Are What You Read campaign. I recognize The Master and Margarita from the Read campaign.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 featurette "The Story" & new TV spot

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 featurette "The Story" & new TV spot
Warner Bros has released a new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spot again. And there also is a new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 featurette released called "The Story" (via XFinity TV)



Updated: Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette revealed "How to succeed" windows at Lord & Taylor

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Updated: Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette revealed "How to succeed" windows at Lord & Taylor
Yesterday Lord & Taylor already mentioned (and we re-tweeted at Twitter) that John Larroquette would be revealing their new inspired by How to Succeed windows, together with Daniel Radcliffe and Rose Hemingway. A few more photos from Bruce Glikas here via broadway.com.

Update(2): Rupert Grint, Oliver en James Phelps zullen fototentoonstelling openen in Amsterdam

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Update(2): Rupert Grint, Oliver en James Phelps zullen fototentoonstelling openen in Amsterdam
Nieuws voor Nederlandse fans via Warner Bros NL's Facebook: Daniel's collega acteurs uit Harry Potter, Rupert Grint en James en Oliver Phelps zullen een fototentoonstelling openen in Amsterdam ter promotie van Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2. (Exclusieve 'behind the scenes' foto's van de Harry Potter films door de jaren heen sinds 2000) Datum: donderdag 30 juni. Iedereen kan het gratis bekijken, twee weken lang tot 17 juli aan het Rembrandtplein in Amsterdam.

100th Performance "How to Succeed" cancelled: crew member dies

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100th Performance "How to Succeed" cancelled: crew member dies
At the 100th performance of Daniel Radcliffe's How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, tragedy overruled.., a stagehand (Male, 29) died due to complications from cardiac arrest before the 8:00pm curtain call...at 9:05pm Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette came to the stage to announce to the audience that the show was canceled due to, as Dan put it, "a tragedy within the company."

Updated: Four more TV spots Deathly Hallows part 2

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Updated: Four more TV spots Deathly Hallows part 2
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Two more Harry Potter TV spots have been released online

Update: 24th June 2011. Changed 2 video on HQ (thanks MovieWeb) + added 1 trailer







Another new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spot + new banner

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Another new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spot + new banner
A new TV spot from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 popped up online with more scenes we haven't seen before, (Gringotts, Hogwarts) it's not a great quality video, but if we have a better version, we ofcourse will update!

And Warner Bros Canada released a new banner, which you can see below.


Daniel Radcliffe talks about Pottermore and about maybe returning to Potter years later

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Daniel Radcliffe talks about Pottermore and about maybe returning to Potter years later
Los Angeles Times caught up with Dan after the whole Pottermore mania started via Twitter and some other fansites who had been posting about "coordinates which leaded forwards to the new launched site Pottermore.com. which is from JK Rowling. Below Dan's quotes.

DJR Holland is 5 years online!

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DJR Holland is 5 years online!
Today, I can announce that this website is 5 years online, providing the latest news/exclusives to YOU the fans! :) Would love to hear from you all, what you would like to add to the site to improve it more! Since the start I have moved the site from a freewebs site to the paid domain I still have now, from the name Blue Eyed Innocence to Daniel J Radcliffe Holland.

With this news, I ofcourse would like to thank everyone who has helped me through the years, and ofcourse the affiliates and partners for the support and you as a visitor! I know the site gets visitors from all over the World..with at the top USA and Holland.. Thanks! And well what's even nice to know is that The Wizarding World of Harry Potter also has it's 1st Anniversary today. Congratulations!

And then for the news of today. Another Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spot, can be seen below. Thanks Warner Bros.

Final Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 US trailer

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Final Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 US trailer

Deathly Hallows part 2 US poster

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Deathly Hallows part 2 US poster
Harry Potter
and the Deathly Hallows part 2 US poster. IT ALL ENDS.


picture source: Warner Bros.

Books that made a difference to Daniel Radcliffe

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Books that made a difference to Daniel Radcliffe
You have always wondered which books Daniel is reading? Oprah Winfrey's website oprah.com has published seven books that made a difference to Daniel.
The Master and Margarita
432 pages; Penguin Classics
Daniel Radcliffe has amazon.com to thank for introducing him to this satirical novel about Stalinist Russia, which Bulgakov wrote in secret from 1928 until just before his death in 1940, and which was finally published 26 years later. "I was reading Louis de Bernières's trilogy on Latin America and this book came up as something I might like, so I bought it," says Radcliffe. "It's now my favorite novel—it's just the greatest explosion of imagination, craziness, satire, humor, and heart." The fantastical work so captured Radcliffe that for his 21st birthday, he traveled to Russia to visit the author's apartment in Moscow. "There are passages that have become everyday Russian sayings. For instance, 'Manuscripts don't burn.' If it had ever come out that this book was being written, Bulgakov would likely have disappeared permanently. That phrase stands for the fact that nothing is more powerful or more indestructible than the written word."

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
304 pages; Modern Library
"This is one of the funniest books I've ever read, which is the main reason I recommend it to people," says Daniel Radcliffe, who was given Thompson's drug-fueled, madcap rumination on American culture in the 1960s as a 15th birthday present by a friend on the Potter set. "But there is a sadness in it as well. I think Thompson loved America despite himself, and this is a lament for the passing of a time that we'll never see again. He was such an intelligent and socially aware person; he knew even when he wrote this in 1971 that a decade like the '60s could not happen again. And it is kind of sad to read it now because I know I will never have the feeling of living in a time that fresh and with so few boundaries."

Germinal
567 pages; Oxford University Press
This hefty masterpiece about the plight of French miners in the 1860s "made me realize that when books are considered 'classics,' most of the time they're actually very readable and exciting," Daniel Radcliffe says. "It amazes me how deftly Zola captures the idiosyncrasy, the mundanity, and the scale of life among all these different classes of people. Every character feels fully formed and real. And once I learned more about Zola's involvement in the Dreyfus affair"—the infamous turn-of-the-century case in which Zola, citing anti-Semitism, publicly accused the French army of wrongfully convicting a Jewish captain of treason—"and how he advocated for individual freedom, I just thought, I love this man. He must have been an incredible person to know."

Labyrinths
240 pages; New Directions
This collection of short stories by a master of magical realism "blew my mind," says Daniel Radcliffe. "When I read a good book, I sometimes like to think I might be capable of writing something similar, but never, in my wildest dreams, could I write anything that approaches the level of cleverness and intellect and madness of Borges. I don't think anyone could." His favorite? The Argentinean writer's short story "The Library of Babel" ("Borges proves that if you can write a story in ten pages, it doesn't need to be any longer"), in which he imagines an infinite library filled with every book written, not yet written, and every combination of words and letters in between. "The premise is that contained somewhere in these books is the meaning of life. So cults develop that walk through the library searching for it. The fact that Borges could start with such an idea—an infinite library, what would that involve?—and then take it to a logical conclusion is remarkable."

Midnight's Children
672 pages; Vintage
"I read this on vacation in Australia when I was 15," says Daniel Radcliffe, who credits the Northern Irish band the Divine Comedy with getting him hooked on Rushdie's allegorical novel about the independence and partition of India and its aftermath. "They have a song called 'The Booklovers,' which is, essentially, a list of famous authors. I made it my mission after hearing it to read one book by every author on the list, which starts with Aphra Behn and ends with Rushdie. So I bought Midnight's Children." Radcliffe says people scoffed when he picked up the novel, thinking he was too young to grasp it. "I still have no idea why. It is the most enchanting book. And it's such a brilliant idea: children born at the same hour who metaphorically encompass all the good and evil attributes of a new society. Rushdie writes with a true patriotism—a love for his country that's not blind."

The Old Man and the Sea
96 pages; Scribner Classics
Hemingway's last major work of fiction, the epic tale of a luckless fisherman and his exhausting struggle to reel in a giant marlin, "is just a beautiful story, simply told," Daniel Radcliffe says. "I have friends who never read books, and so when they ask me what they should pick up first, I always give them this one. I tell them there are some books that are like drugs, and will give you a quick hit, but if you want something that will stay with you and resonate for a long while afterward, then try this. I read it for school, and it speaks to the power of the book that I could analyze the bugger out of it and still not fall out of love with it."

Selected Poems
256 pages; Penguin
"Harrison is the best British poet of the second half of the 20th century," says Daniel Radcliffe. "He writes about class, love, Britain, and it's all just brilliant." Harrison's skillful blend of formal meter and colloquialisms "showed me that poetry could use real language and be angry and beautiful. He made me feel something on a gut level that I had never experienced before, and that energized me to write my own," says Radcliffe, who, at 17, sent off a packet of his poems to Harrison. "He wrote back basically saying they're good, but try to get a handle on meter."

source: oprah.com

Daniel Radcliffe presents at 15th Annual Webby Awards: WWoHP website wins webby

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Daniel Radcliffe presents at 15th Annual Webby Awards: WWoHP website wins webby
Like I did post before, Daniel was a presenter at the Webby Awards -they honour the best websites on the internet with many topics- yesterday, where he presented the award for Anna Wintour with webby for Best Fashion Website.

Updated: Tony Awards: pictures and video of "How to succeed" performing

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Updated: Tony Awards: pictures and video of "How to succeed" performing
Yesterday was the day in NY for the 2011 Tony Awards! And well we all knew that Dan sadly hasn't got a nomination this year, but he did attend the show to support his co-stars, perform on the stage, and to present two awards: Best Actress to Sutton Foster & Best performance by an actress in a leading role in a play to Frances McDormand. John Larroquette won a Tony for Best Featured Actor congratulations John! Check the whole list of winners.

Exclusive Ultimate Edition Half-Blood Prince clip: Harry's transformation

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Exclusive Ultimate Edition Half-Blood Prince clip: Harry's transformation
There's an exclusive clip from the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Ultimate Edition DVD. It features Dan talking about the change in Harry from boy to man, as well as the change from school-boy to warrior. Director David Yates also discusses the pressure Dan feels to get it allright.

The Order of the Phoenix and Half-Blood Prince Ultimate Editions hit store shelves next Tuesday, 14th June.

Cinema Teaser magazine (FR)

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Cinema Teaser magazine (FR)
Daniel on the cover of French magazine in promotion of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2.

"How to Succeed" cast talks about making the cast recording

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"How to Succeed" cast talks about making the cast recording
Thanks to How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying  for uploading this great new video on their official YouTube Channel and spreading it via Twitter. The cast which talks about recording their cast recording into the studio which you can buy now online on iTunes and in stores.
Daniel: "There is now a Daniel Radcliffe version of Finch"

Deathly Hallows part 2 US character poster

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Deathly Hallows part 2 US character poster
Yahoo! Movies has released new posters from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2, and well below you can find the character poster with Harry himself: Daniel Radcliffe! IT ALL ENDS.

Updated(3): NYC World premiere date 11th July 2011 + sweepstakes

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Updated(3): NYC World premiere date 11th July 2011 + sweepstakes
The World Premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 in New York City is set on Monday 11th July 2011. There is no word yet about who of the cast is going to attend this premiere, but it seems Daniel has a day off of "How To Succeed"  since this premiere is on a Monday, but if we hear more, you hear it here.

Updated: Daniel Radcliffe to present at the Webby Awards?

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Updated: Daniel Radcliffe to present at the Webby Awards?
Well.. I found a tweet on twitter which made me want to search for more information on the upcoming Webby Awards this monday at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
jimshi809 posted the following: "Daniel Radcliffe is confirmed to present Anna Wintour with Vogue.com’s Webby for Best Fashion Website on Monday at the Hammerstein Ballroom" 
Another source is reporting the same thing, but for as far as I know there hasn't been any confirmation to this, so I say let's see this as a rumor, for now. When we know more you hear it here!

The show will be livestreamed on Facebook  and YouTube and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Site: webbyawards.com

Update: 9th June 2011. It's confirmed now that Daniel will be there, because The Webby Awards tweeted about him. So don't forget to watch it live this Monday after Sunday's Tony Awards.
5-Word Speeches, appearances by Daniel Radcliffe, #AngryBirds, @lcdsoundsystem, plus @lisakudrow LIVE on FB 6/13 http://on.fb.me/Webbys15
From their Tumblr:
RSVP to watch The Webby Awards LIVE on Facebook on June 13th, featuring appearances by LCD Soundsystem, Daniel Radcliffe, Angry Birds, IBM’s Watson, Founder of the “It Gets Better” Project Dan Savage, and musical performances from Norah Jones and the Gregory Brothers.

BC/EFA donates $15,000 to The Trevor Project in honor of Daniel Radcliffe

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BC/EFA donates $15,000 to The Trevor Project in honor of Daniel Radcliffe
In honor of Daniel Radcliffe's generosity & enthusiasm in leading the Bway company of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying in raising $271K for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS this past spring, Tom Viola & Michael Graziano from BC/EFA presented Daniel with $15,000 for The Trevor Project. BCEFA did post the first photo on their Twitter. The second photo is from The Trevor Projects' Facebook page.

Updated(3): Daniel Radcliffe hosting MTI Broadway Student Celebration | performing at the Tony's

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Updated(3): Daniel Radcliffe hosting MTI Broadway Student Celebration | performing at the Tony's
We posted here before that Daniel would be master of ceremonies at the Shubert Foundation/Music Theatre International's Broadway Student Celebration where students performed their song. Below you can find pictures of the event, a video and more.

Daniel Radcliffe's "How to Succeed" wins at BroadwayWorld.com's 2011 Theater Awards

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Daniel Radcliffe's "How to Succeed" wins at BroadwayWorld.com's 2011 Theater Awards
We all could vote before at broadwayworld.com for our favorite play How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying at their Theater Awards and well the results are in: Daniel wins Best Leading Actor in a Musical Congratulations!

Best Leading Actor in a Musical
Daniel Radcliffe - How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying- 27%
Aaron Tveit - Catch Me If You Can - 17%

Tony Sheldon - Priscilla Queen of the Desert - 12%

Updated: MTV Movie Awards 2011: the results and new Deathly Hallows clip

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Updated: MTV Movie Awards 2011: the results and new Deathly Hallows clip
Yesterday was the time for the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 1, Tom Felton (Best Villain), and ofcourse Daniel Radcliffe (Best Kiss, Best Male Performance) and Dan, Emma and Rupert together versus deatheaters (Best Fight) were all nominated. Daniel couldn't be there because of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince DVD launch

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince DVD launch
Thanks to bonniewrightonline.com you find photos below from Daniel Radcliffe and cast plus producers David Heyman and David Barron from the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince DVD launch which took place at Leavesden Studios on 19th October 2009. Emma Watson was unable to attend because of Brown University.

Updated: Vote for Daniel Radcliffe in the PopSugar 100

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Updated: Vote for Daniel Radcliffe in the PopSugar 100
PopSugar has e-mailed me about their 5th Annual PopSugar 100. Daniel is included (nominated in the Favorite Imports section) How PopSugar readers rank Daniel in the categories determines his placement in the final PopSugar100.

By playing the PopSugar100, you can be entered for the chance to win one of four gorgeous luxury prizes — a Chanel bag, an Hermès Kelly bag, an Hermès CdC cuff bracelet, and a vintage Rolex watch.
Favorite Imports: Make your own top 10 at Popsugar.com
Update: I found out that Daniel ended up as nr 8 of 10 at the Favorite Imports section

More Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 photos (Italian sticker book)

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More Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 photos (Italian sticker book)
Loads of more photos from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 are now online (from the Italian Panini Sticker Book) via hogwartssite.net, and well below you can see the ones which feature Daniel.

Updated: Daniel to serve as master of ceremonies for Shubert Foundation

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Updated: Daniel to serve as master of ceremonies for Shubert Foundation
In a press release has been annouced the following: Daniel will serve as master of ceremonies as hundreds of students from middle and intermediate New York City Public Schools in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Manhattan get their Broadway debut at the Shubert Foundation/MTI Broadway JR. Student Celebration at the Majestic Theatre.

Update: 6th June 2011. Press release below
When there's more information, you read it here.

NEW YORK – Daniel Radcliffe, star of the Tony-nominated How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying and the beloved Harry Potter films, will serve as master of ceremonies as hundreds of students from middle and intermediate New York City Public Schools in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Manhattan get their Broadway debut at the Shubert Foundation/MTI Broadway JR. Student Celebration at the Majestic Theatre (245 West 44th Street) on Monday, June 6th from 10:30 AM to noon. Each school will perform a song from their production of a student version of a classic musical, including Annie JR., Once on this Island JR., Seussical JR., Disney’s Aladdin JR. and Guys and Dolls JR. A list of schools participating in the June 6th celebration follows. The special Broadway performance is the year-end culminating celebration of the Shubert Foundation/MTI Broadway JR. Program, a ground-breaking musical theatre mentorship program which builds self-sustaining theatre programs in public schools with limited arts programming, and is sponsored by The Shubert Foundation, The New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) and Music Theatre International (MTI). The event is produced by New York City’s educational musical theatre consulting firm iTheatrics. Use of The Majestic Theatre has been provided by The Shubert Organization.

The program aims to engage as many students as possible in all aspects and areas of the arts. In the first year of the program teachers and students are guided step-by-step through the process of producing a first-ever musical in their schools. In the second year, teachers and students continue to receive support and encouragement on their second musical, but take ownership over their productions. In the third year schools present a musical independently, and now serve as inspiration for other schools involved in earlier cycles of the program.

The program was founded in the 2005-2006 school year. So far 29 schools have participated in the program, 21 schools are currently involved in the 2010-2011 cycle – including four new schools involved in the first year of the program, three schools involved in the second year of the program, and 14 “graduated” schools acting as inspiration for the schools involved in the previous cycles of the program. (15 schools will take part in the June 6 celebration, a full list of these schools follows.) Any New York City middle and intermediate public school without an existing musical theatre program may apply for this grant. Each selected school must have the agreement and support of its respective principal, assistant principal, custodian and a team of three teachers.

Last fall, four public schools with no existing musical theatre program were selected. Many of these students had not ever seen a musical, much less participated in one. What a difference a few months make. Now choruses of "tomorrow, tomorrow" from Annie JR. by Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse, and Martin Charnin and "Why We Tell the Story" from Once on this Island JR. by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty are soaring down public school halls as students rehearse. Each school will present a selection from its musical on Broadway and will also perform the full musical in its community.

Over this year, schoolteachers from the first and second year schools attended three Professional Development workshops which took them step-by-step through the process of putting on a show in their community and were led by teaching artists from iTheatrics. The teachers went back to their schools, selected their musical, held auditions and cast the show. Later in the year each first year school cast participated in an in-school musical workshop with iTheatrics teaching artists. They were guided through the entire process by a production advisor provided by a partnering organization, ArtsConnection, who supported them in their school throughout the production process.

New York City Public Schools Which Will Perform on Broadway

Schools in the First Year of Program
Edward Bleeker JHS 185 in Flushing, NY – students will perform "Why We Tell the Story" from Once on this Island JR.

Young Women's Leadership School in Brooklyn, NY – students will perform “Pray” from Once on this Island

JR. Renaissance School of the Arts in Manhattan, NY– students will perform "Hard-Knock Life" from Annie JR.

PS/IS 323 in Brooklyn, NY – students will perform “Waiting for Life” from Once on this Island JR.


Schools in the Second Year of Program
JHS 080 The Mosholu Parkway in Bronx, NY – students will perform "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" from Disney’s Alice in Wonderland JR.

PS 226 Alfred De B.Mason in Brooklyn, NY – students will perform "Prince Ali" from Disney’s Aladdin JR. Graduated Schools which will be participating in the Celebration as Inspiration for Fellow Schools

PS 241 Family Academy in Manhattan, NY– students will perform “What Time is It?” from Disney’s High School Musical 2

IS 068 Isaac Bildersee in Brooklyn, NY – students will perform “Hard-Knock Life" from Annie

JR. MS 072 Catherine and Count Basie in Jamaica, NY – students will perform "Prince Ali" from Disney’s Aladdin JR.

MS 442 New Horizons School in Brooklyn, NY – students will perform “Guys and Dolls” from Guys and Dolls

JR. PS/MS 004 Crotona Park West in Bronx, NY – students will perform "Friend Like Me" from Disney’s Aladdin

JR. PS 111 Adolph S. Ochs in Manhattan, NY – students will perform “Oh the Thinks You Can Think" from Seussical

JR. MS 322 The Renaissance Leadership Academy in Washington Heights, NY – students will perform the “Finale” from Into the Woods JR.

MS 057 Ron Brown Academy in Brooklyn, NY – students will perform “We Dance” from Once on this Island JR.

The Bronx School of Science Inquiry and Investigation in Bronx, NY – students will perform "Start of Something New" from Disney’s High School Musical JR.

The New York City Department of Education is the largest system of public schools in the United States, serving about 1.1 million students in more than 1,600 schools. The Department of Education supports universal access to arts education through the ArtsCount initiative, which tracks and reports student participation in arts education and holds schools accountable for meeting New York State Instructional Requirements for the Arts. For more information visit, www.schools.nyc.gov.

Since 2005, The Shubert Foundation has provided nearly $1.5 million to the New York City Department of Education for Arts Education/Theatre programs. This year marks the Foundation's sixth year providing funds for The Shubert Foundation/MTI Broadway Junior program.

The Shubert Foundation is the nation's largest private foundation dedicated to unrestricted funding of not-for-profit theatres, with a secondary focus on dance, and is especially interested in professional resident theatres that develop and produce new and significant work that expands the American theatrical repertoire. The Foundation is also committed to making quality theatre accessible nationwide, by extending support to theatre companies and groups that work on behalf of the underserved populations. The Shubert Foundation, Inc. was established in 1945 by the legendary team of the brothers Lee and J.J. Shubert who produced more than 520 plays, musicals and revues as well as owned and operated a nationwide network of legitimate theatres.

Music Theatre International (MTI), www.mtishows.com, is the leading theatrical licensing agency in the world, representing the performance rights to over 350 musicals. MTI is particularly dedicated to the idea of theatre as education and has created special collections for younger audiences including The Broadway Junior Collection® which features 70-minute adaptations of major musicals designed for middle school children to perform, and the MTI KIDS Collection®, which provides 30-minute musicals for performance by elementary school children. MTI launched MTI ShowSpace, www.mtishowspace.com, a free online community giving thespians and fans a space to connect with anyone and everyone involved in the theatrical process.

iTheatrics uses the transformative power of the arts to make the world a better place. The company adapts existing Broadway and West End musicals for students at all age levels—including elementary, middle, and high school—to perform. iTheatrics also creates a teacher’s tool chest of resources which provides educators with enhancements such as choreography DVDs, accompaniment CDs, director’s guides and curriculum connections. iTheatrics’ clients include Music Theatre International, Disney Theatrical Group and McMillan/McGraw-Hill. iTheatrics also develops new musicals for family audiences such as The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, The Phantom Tollbooth and Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach. iTheatrics’ Junior Teaching Intensives provide professional development for teachers in the area of musical theater and its Junior Theater Academy provides young artists with an innovative outlet for developing their skills as performers and artists.

More Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spots

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More Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spots
well first off, Warner Bros released another Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 TV spot, which is slightly different again, but doesn't seem to include new scenes with Dan. see it here via the Facebook page from snitchseeker.com. Then the video below aired on The Ellen DeGeneres show.