The Disney Musical: From Screen to Stage and Back Again
Tuesday, December 5 | 7 p.m.
Daniel Goldmark, Professor, Head of Popular Music and Director of the Center for Popular Music Studies
Beginning with the Disney studio’s very first feature, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) to the current hit Frozen (2013), the Disney film has also been the Disney musical. As musical tastes have come and gone over the last eighty years, the studio's musical extravaganzas have become more and more popular, especially since the advent of the Disney stage musical, a live-action reimagining of an animated film. In this presentation we will explore the ups and downs of the Disney musical, from stage to screen and back again.
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