One of the ‘Idol’ Top 24 is Subject of Complaints Over a Past Venture

Feb 22, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Todrick Hall, who last week made it into the top 24 “American Idol” contestants this season, isn’t so popular with parents whose kids were supposed to star in a musical production of his that failed, the Associated Press reports.

Hall wrote and directed "Oz, The Musical," and put on small productions using local kids. But an attempt to take it to a national level failed, and parents whose kids were supposed to take part are complaining they never got refunds for the performance fees they paid.

Hall confirmed the account to the AP; Hall’s financial backer said he was responsible for the financial side of the production, not Hall.

Elizabeth Jensen

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