Once upon a time we became adults.
When you wish that you’re the star, makes no difference who you are…
“Love means always saying, ‘Steve Buscemi.’”
We need some magical answers ASAP.
“Under the Sea” goes IRL.
It’s not just about the guys, you know.
The musical, now running at New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse, combines the Disney film’s score with the more adult themes of Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
“The greatest gift and honor is having you for a daughter.”
You can thank me later for ruining your childhood.
Can YOU feel the love tonight?
My dear, sweet child. You’re going to live for this quiz.
Ariel has a mom! (Had. She had a mom.)
Maybe they’re gay, maybe they aren’t? Either way these characters are definitely part of the LGBTQIA community.
♫Wish I could be… part of their world.♫
You poor unfortunate soul.
The stage production — based on Victor Hugo’s novel, but with the music of the Disney movie — proves that pushing boundaries can create a much more effective work of art.
Screen Junkies has done a hilarious and brutally frank takedown of the beloved Disney classic. You’ll never be able to watch it the same way again.
Warning: Sensitive types — Poor Unfortunate Souls — may want to look away.
I love bad bitches — that’s my fucking problem.
An’ oh that blowfish blow!
It’s time to find out where you stand on the greatest decade to be a kid!
And it’s probably the best Disney cover you’ll ever hear.
American Horror Story: Disneyworld
All that’s missing is a hot crustacean band.
They would make terrible best friends.