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'Glee' NOT Adapted Into Stage Production

March 20, 2010 (7:15 am) GMT
20th Century Fox TV is amazed how Music Theater Intl. has claimed that there are talks between them while none did occur.
'Glee' NOT Adapted Into Stage Production

Although it looked convincing with the confirmation and all, the report about "" being adapted into a stage production is false. A representative from 20th Century Fox TV which produces the musical show has denied that there's any discussion between them and Music Theater Intl. (MTI).

"We are very careful and deliberate when contemplating brand extensions of our franchises," the studio's spokesman Chris Alexander said, "and are mystified why Music Theater Intl would claim there have been any such discussions about a live theatrical version of 'Glee'." For a fact, MTI confirmed on Thursday, March 18 that there were talks, adding that they were still in early stages of development.

No Broadway-like production taking place, the cast of "Glee" will still play the stage in a national tour launching this May. Featuring musical numbers from the hit series, the live tour will first visit Phoenix, Arizona on May 18. The show itself returns to FOX on April 13.

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