Idina Menzel said she is on board with a campaign to give her “Frozen” character a female love interest.
Mickey Mouse or Jesus Christ? That was the choice I faced on a recent trip to Orlando to write a pair of stories – one about kosher vacationing at Disney World, the other about the biblical theme park Holy Land Experience.
Idina Menzel’s soaring voice turned ‘Let It Go’ into the family friendly anthem of the decade. Her very Jewish approach to fame earned her a place on our Forward 50 list.
The 2014 Appeal of Conscience Gala at the Waldorf-Astoria boasted more than 1000 guests and included a large contingent of exquisitely gowned women. Honored were Mexico’s president Enrique Pena Nieto Walt Disney Co. Chairman and CEO Robert Iger and General Motors CEO Mary Barra.
A French senator apologized for any misunderstandings connected to her praise for a campaign featuring fake pictures of Israeli leaders murdering Disney cartoon characters.
An artist has imagined how Aladdin and Princess Jasmine would look like as members of Hamas. That sound you hear? It’s your childhood going up in smoke.
The long awaited spinoff “Girl Meets World,” premiered last Friday.The new, old show brings back Jewish stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel as Cory and Topanga — this time with a daughter.
Aish.com released another fun parody of Disney’s Frozen. Share the video with friends and family and sing along:
Hundreds of parents with children in tow — some in strollers — were rushing along 42nd Street to make the March 9 matinee curtain at the New Amsterdam Theatre for the preview/benefit of Disney’s musical comedy “Aladdin.”
Academy Award-winning Broadway and film composer Alan Menken, recipient of the 2013 Oscar Hammerstein Award for “Lifetime Achievement in Musical Theatre,” was welcomed on stage at the Hudson Theatre by Bernadette Peters singing “Some Enchanted Evening” from the Rodgers–Hammerstein musical “South Pacific.”