A new version of The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical is set to take stage in from March through May 6 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. The show has been revamped and expanded since it toured the country.
The musical stars Chris McCarrell, best known for his role as Marius Pontmercy in the Broadway Revival of Les Miserables. It was written by Joe Tracz and Rob Rokicki.
Check out McCarrell singing “Good Kid” below (plus some fun commentary!):
We’re so excited about Rick Riordan’s new series, The Trials of Apollo. The plan for the series is to have 5 books. The first book in the series, The Hidden Oracle, is set to release May 3, 2016.
The premise of the book is that Apollo is banished from Mount Olympus by his father, Zeus, and sent to New York City as a teenager named Lester. Apollo heads to Camp Half-Blood, a where many of your favorite Percy Jackson characters live. On the way he visits Percy Jackson himself and asks for help.
If you are a fan of any of the previous Percy Jackson books, this series is for you. As with his other books, Riordan continues to mix together Greek mythology with issues facing mortal teenagers.
Can you believe it has been 10 years since Rick Riordan first released Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief? Many readers are just finding it for the first time because its popularity has continued in the decade since it was first published. In celebration of the anniversary, Barnes & Noble is offering a special edition […]
Okay, it isn’t exactly a Percy Jackson series. But it is by the same author and sounds like it may be connected in some way. Rick Riordan, author of the Percy Jackson books, announced this week that he will be releasing a new trilogy based on Norse Mythology: Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard. […]
We just saw Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters and immediately wanted to find a Camp Half Blood Shirt to buy! That one along with many more are available at CafePress. And they are even having a sale this weekend! I love that they come in so many different sizes and ways that you […]