Audacious, bold, daring, and perhaps even a little crazy — the producers of the stage version of The Lord of the Rings must have been all that, plus some, to undertake the daunting task of bringing J.R.R. Tolkien's famous literary trilogy, The Lord Of The Rings, to the stage. At a reported cost of almost $30 million, The Lord Of The Rings (LOTR) premiered in March at Toronto's Princess of Wales Theatre, with the Canadian government hoping that hobbit fans from around the globe would flock to ...

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