This theater image released by The Hartman Group shows Jordan Gelber, center, during a performance of the musical “Elf,” in New York. (AP Photo/The Hartman Group, Joan Marcus)
NEW YORK (AP) — Two years after Buddy the Elf made Broadway audiences believe in an unlikely theatrical adaptation of a Will Ferrell movie — an adaptation without Ferrell — “Elf” the musical is back with yet another lead actor and all the joy we’ve come to expect from the industrious toy-maker in green tights.
The splashy holiday musical opened Sunday at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre with a new opening number and fresh faces in a few principal roles.
It’s also worth noting what hasn’t changed, the core members of a stellar creative team Login to read more