Getting the world's most famous nanny from book to stage has been a long process for Cameron Mackintosh — something that he had envisioned ever since he met the creator of Mary Poppins, P.L. Travers, back in 1993. Travers decided that Mackintosh could be entrusted with the rights to produce the theatrical version of the books. Unfortunately Travers died a few years later before her dream could be realized. With Mackintosh owning the rights to produce the stage musical and Disney owning the ...

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