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  • Disney Sails Into Theaters With Animated 'Moana' in 2016

    After hitting the ice with "Frozen," Walt Disney Animation Studios is taking to the high seas with "Moana," an animated comedy adventure that will sail into theaters in late 2016. The film, directed by Ron Clements and John Musker ("The Little Mermaid,"...
  • Artist uses Disney princesses in incest abuse ad

    Artist uses Disney princesses in incest abuse ad
    An anonymous artist is using Disney princesses to bring light to incest abuse with a new campaign called "Princest Diaries," according to the Huffington Post.  The campaign posters, designed by a Middle Eastern artist who goes by Saint Hoax, feature...
  • The end of an era: No more Saturday morning cartoons

    The end of an era: No more Saturday morning cartoons
     An era ended this weekend, and I completely missed it. Gizmodo, in a fine story you can read by clicking here, noted this was the first weekend in who-knows-how-many generations in which there was no Saturday morning cartoon programming on American...
  • Dr. Phillips Center opening acts: Norm Lewis, Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris

     Dr. Phillips Center opening acts: Norm Lewis, Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris
    Hometown Broadway star Norm Lewis will join veteran country singer Emmylou Harris and nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow as headliners in a nearly three-week celebration of Orlando's new performing-arts center. Dubbed the "Grand Premiere," next month'...
  • Dr. Phillips Center seeks young singer for gala

     Dr. Phillips Center seeks young singer for gala
    One young Central Floridian will be able to perform in the first show ever at the Walt Disney Theater in the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. A female singer, ages 9-14, will be chosen through auditions to be part of...
  • Disney's 'Aladdin' to open in Tokyo in 2015

    Disney's 'Aladdin' to open in Tokyo in 2015
    The box-office success of "Aladdin" in New York has had Broadway watchers wondering where the Disney musical will pop up next on the international map.  On Monday, Disney announced that "Aladdin" will open in Tokyo in May 2015 in what will be the...
  • Menahem Pressler a wonder with the Colburn Orchestra

    Menahem Pressler a wonder with the Colburn Orchestra
    The Colburn Orchestra's annual spring gala in Walt Disney Concert Hall is typically a multi-generational affair. Sunday night, James Conlon, 64, conducted. His soloist in Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 17, however, was yet another generation older. Menahem...
  • Road to the Tonys: 'Aladdin' Brings Howard Ashman's Legacy Full Circle

    Howard Ashman may have died in 1991, but he left a musical theater legacy that endures across film and theater -- stretching all the way into this year's Tony's race. With composer Alan Menken, lyricist Ashman wrote the songs for the 1992 Disney animated...
  • The 30 greatest Disney villains of all time

    The 30 greatest Disney villains of all time
    Ralph in Disney's "Wreck-It-Ralph" said it best.  "I am bad and that is good. I will never be good and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be than me."  The key to a great hero is an even greater villain.  While Ralph made the rare switch from...
  • 'Maleficent' and why we love our childhood villains

    'Maleficent' and why we love our childhood villains
    She is the meanest woman ever to get her own plush toy. Maleficent, the wicked fairy from "Sleeping Beauty" who condemns the infant Princess Aurora to die, is the protagonist of a new movie starring Angelina Jolie and an unlikely character to boast...
  • 'Maleficent': How does the fairy-tale update stack up?

    Hollywood loves a good fairy tale, and it's easy to see why: The stories are time-tested and widely known, they're in the public domain, and the fantastical elements provide fodder for the eye-popping visuals that drive tent-pole movies these days. When...