Disney Plus: Top 3 New Things to Watch

Hello! Hope everyone is staying well in this second lockdown and you’re not getting too bored, or ran out of shows to watch yet. I have to say, the last couple weeks have been very busy because of my new project Physique and a few other film projects I am working on, but that is not to say I don’t love my down time to catch up on a few Disney Plus.

So, if you are struggling to find something new to watch, let me share a few that I’ve been binging lately in my free time.

Disney Plus Recent Favourites Top 3

  • The Right Stuff – I got through this series SOOO fast and I am ready for more! It is a scripted drama surrounding the events of the space race and getting the first man up before the Soviet Union did. I use to live in Houston, TX, where the famous NASA is stationed, and have actually been there to tour around for a day. I have always been fascinated with space and have a love for TV and Films that surround the topic. If this is something you are interested in, I highly recommend starting. Although some events and situations are heightened for dramatic viewing, it may spark an interest to learn more about the subject and learn something you may have not known before!
  • Inside Pixar – Okay, I just recently started watching this one and I really like it. The series, The Making of Frozen 2 (also on Disney Plus), pulled me into another world of what really goes on behind the scenes to make these beautifully animated film we all love so much come to life, that has made me want to see more of that content. Lately, I have found that I have a hunger for knowledge and knowing how things get done – but I also think that is because I am becoming more and more emerged into the industry myself and am very interested.
  • Becoming – Have you ever wondered how your favourite celebrity got their start or what their journey was? This is a fascinating series about just that! With each episode highlighting someone different, you will see that no ones journey is the same and we all have that special moment where we come into the spotlight. As an actress myself, it can feel that everyone is booking this and that, so it is nice to see that every has their own way to whatever their success may be.

There you have it – my top 3 recent watches. What are yours? I’d like to know, so be sure to comment below.

I hope you have a wonderful rest of your week and be sure to follow or like for more content! Follow me on Instagram : Jennifer.james16 or Twitter jennjames22

Physique : 2 Weeks Left!

Welcome back to another Feature Friday. I am yet again going to sponsor my current film because we only have 2 weeks left to get this funded and we need your help!

Are you passionate about mental health and spreading awareness? Then this film is for you. Physique is about supporting mental health and the struggles young dancers have with body image and eating disorders. You can now check Physique out on IMDb. 

What you need to know

My recent credit was an associate producer on The Nightriders and we exceeded our crowdfunding goal. I have a short film in Aesthetica Film Festival 2020 and am an Award-Winning Dancer

Also, on my project is Clair Gleave who is an Award-Winning TV and Film actress, dancer and choreographer. Check out her Youtube video for more: https://www.youtube.com/user/Clairabellx

Adam, our producer, has IMDb credits from high-budget films and currently worked on Sikh Soldier. 

What inspired me to create this project was my own personal struggles with this matter, and also the urge to speak up.  Hopefully, it will inspire many other young dancers that they are more than their physique.

We have already generated interest from film festivals and production companies that wish to help us when we get it made, so if you are willing to help, any support you are able to give us is greatly appreciated. 

Donations

We cannot do this without your help. Your donation is put towards providing jobs to crew + cast, transportation, choreography and locations to film at. But remember, you get perks in return and will have the opportunity to join in on the journey.

Why your Donation matters

Perks:

Shoutout on Social Media

Feed a member of crew

Digital Download

Signed poster

Physique Exclusive Member

Associate or Executive Producer

If you are a company or organisation that would like to sponsor or donate a larger contribution you will have the opportunity to put your company logo in the credits , which may be beneficial when we make our film festival circuit all over the world for the 2021 circuit.

So, if you have just 5 minutes please read through our crowdfund page and consider donating. Alternatively, if you would like to donate via Paypal you can do so here. Time is limited, so don’t miss out on supporting today (:

Indiegogo Page –

https://igg.me/at/physiquefilm/x/23090417#/

Physique Short Film Donations

All donations will go towards making the short film Perk with this donation : Digital Download

25.00 £

Physique Short Film

Perk Associated with this donation : Digital Download + Tshirt

50.00 £

Physique Short film

Perk Associated with this donation : Signer poster, digital download, signed script

100.00 £

Physique Short Film

Perk associated with this donation : Join the team and be apart of the journey every step of the way with perks such as a one of the kind member t-shirt, behind the scenes footage, signed copy of the script, a shoutout on media, first one to hear updates and a digital download when the film has made its film festival run.

175.00 £

Physique Short film

Perk Assiciated with this perk – Executive Producer

2000.00 £

Physique : Why You Matter

Are you passionate about mental health and spreading awareness? Then this film is for you. Physique is about supporting mental health and the struggles young dancers have with body image and eating disorders.

Donations

We cannot do this without your help. Your donation is put towards providing jobs to crew + cast, transportation, choreography and locations to film at. But remember, you get perks in return and will have the opportunity to join in on the journey.

Perks:

Shoutout on Social Media

Feed a member of crew

Digital Download

Signed poster

Physique Exclusive Member

Associate or Executive Producer

If you are a company or organisation that would like to sponsor or donate a larger contribution you will have the opportunity to put your company logo in the credits , which may be beneficial when we make our film festival circuit all over the world.

We have an amazing crew and a producer who has credits recognisable on IMDB. So, if you have just 5 minutes please read through our crowdfund page and consider donating. Alternatively, if you would like to donate via Paypal you can do so here.

Indiegogo Page –

https://igg.me/at/physiquefilm/x/23090417#/

Physique Short Film Donations

All donations will go towards making the short film Perk with this donation : Digital Download

25.00 £

Physique Short Film

Perk Associated with this donation : Digital Download + Tshirt

50.00 £

Physique Short film

Perk Associated with this donation : Signer poster, digital download, signed script

100.00 £

Physique Short Film

Perk associated with this donation : Join the team and be apart of the journey every step of the way with perks such as a one of the kind member t-shirt, behind the scenes footage, signed copy of the script, a shoutout on media, first one to hear updates and a digital download when the film has made its film festival run.

175.00 £

Physique Short film

Perk Assiciated with this perk – Executive Producer

2000.00 £

Featured Friday : Elliot Grove

Welcome back to Featured Friday! I had a very exciting week filming for the Nightriders, some of you may be familiar with from a previous Featured Friday post. I just want to give a special thanks to all that helped out and made that wonderful project happen, I can’t wait to see it progress.

This week I am very excited to introduce Elliot Grove, founder of Raindance Film Festival and BIFA, as this weeks feature. I feel very honoured to have had the pleasure to talk to him and get to share our interview here. As you may know, Raindance Film Festival will be mainly online this year but don’t miss out on streaming some amazing films from 28 Oct. – 7 Nov. and some other events going on worth checking out.

Interview with Elliot Grove

Elliot Grove

What gravitated you towards the film industry, and how did you get your start? 
I am a farm boy from southern Ontario, Canada. I became fascinated by movies when my stick Protestant Amish parents told me that the devil lived in the movie theatre. One day (I was 16) I snuck into the Devil’s house in the small village near where we lived. One only had to pay 99 cent back in those days.I had no idea what a movie was. I was just told never to go to the movie theatre. I paid my money and walked into a large room – a bit like church. Chairs where lined up, facing the front. The curtains opened and the first face of the devil I saw was Lassie Comes Home. I cried like a baby and at the end I rushed up to the screen to see if I could feel the bark or the fur and it was all gone in a twinkling of the eye and I was totally hooked.
I ended up in art school in Toronto where my sculpture teacher got me a short stint with Henry Moore. I am a qualified technician in cine Perdue – list wax bronze casting – the ancient art of the Greeks. After that I got a BBC job s a stage hand and worked on many iconic British TV shows like Monty Python and Dr Who. I then moved back to Toronto in the late 70’s and worked for 9 yers as a scenic artist on many truly horrible movies – ones with words like ’Slime’ Gore” or ‘Massacre’ in the title.
I moved back to London and at a moment of a total low started the festival.

What inspired you to create Raindance Film Festival? 
It was really a thought experiment – can you make a movie with no money? No training? No real film experience? And people I knew like Edgar Wright, like Chris Nolan were all making films for next to nothing, with no training or NY experience. The festival was starts to celebrate their work, and very nearly filed due to the fact that Raindance was considered to be a disruptor by the establishment – and in many way still is.

Besides Covid, what has been your biggest challenges over the years to bring Raindance to what it is today?
I am often asked this question – and the answer is always the same ‘How do you create public awareness and appetite for the independent films we have at Raidance?’ No audience, no box office, no sponsorship and no money. We would have failed years ago hd it not been for the generosity of our patrons, or members, our filmmaker, and most importantly our audience.

What makes a good short film?  Take me to  world I already know and show me something new that makes me a better person, or, take me to a world I do not know and teach me something that makes me a better person.

What do you believe to be the pros and cons of holding the festival this year primarily online? 
Creating a new distribution model in the COVID era is an exciting creative opportunity where artistry, innovation and commerces compete for my attention 24/7

Do you have any advice for aspiring filmmakers, especially while trying to navigate the current climate of the industry? 
Its a terrific time to be breaking into the industry because all the big players have been stopped stone cold. And everyone is screaming for content. The opportunity is really quite simple: Make a film/web series/podcast/VR Immersive piece that is so bold fresh and original that no one else has thought of before, and thy will send the limos!

Thank you so much Elliot for joining me on Double-j-creative. To learn more about Raindance visit: https://www.raindance.org/festival/ for more information and the line up for this years festival!

Also, as some of you may know I recently launched a short film project supporting mental health the struggles young dancers face with body image and eating disorders. If you are interested to learn more or would like to support us and the film please visit our funding page :

https://igg.me/at/physiquefilm/x/23090417#/

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Featured Friday : Physique Short Film

Welcome to Featured Friday!

I am excited to announce a new short film I am currently producing! I have got a great crew coming together and cannot wait to see where it takes us all.

A little bit about Physique

Our choreographer, Clair Gleave, is a beautifully talented soul. Please check out her Youtube Channel and Choreography “Body Love”, which alines perfectly with this project.

The crowdfund for this project will be launching next week, but please visit the pre-launch page to sign up for new updates and a chance to support the project!

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/physique/coming_soon/x/23090417

That is all for today, lovelies! I hope everyone has a fabulous weekend and I look forward to all those following the journey of Phsyique.

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Must-Have Books : Film Industry

Hello, and welcome back to Double-j-creative! Today I will be doing another “must-have books”, you can find my last one on helpful books for actors in a previous post.

So, if you don’t know, I went to university to study film and got to do a lot of practical work for film and tv production. Although I love being an actress, and hope to continue to pursue it when the right role comes along, I am very interested in becoming a production assistant. It has come to my attention that this is where my skillsets are strongest out of all the roles in production, and I am very passionate about pursuing it.

Over lockdown, and even now, has posed a significant challenge to do anything in the film industry. There are some productions starting up, but for those still trying to get their foot in the door it is a little harder to get work. However, I have been determined not to do nothing. I am one of those people that has to have something to do and be proactive about my career. It is a blessing and a curse because as times such as now, I am feeling that more and more I don’t know what more to do with myself. So if you are in the industry and have ways you have been staying proactive comment below, I would love to hear from you!

More to the point, one thing that has kept me occupied is reading! Lots and lots of it! There are so many great books out there if you are wanting to learn more about the industry and get some good tips. Here are some of the ones I’ve been reading and love:

Must-have Book List :

Producer to Producer – Thinking of becoming a producer one day, or are making your own films? This is a great manual to get you going! From pre-production, budgeting & finance and distribution – this book has got it all! You can even get free downloadable templates.

Action! – Now, there is an actress and a crew one of these books so make sure you get the right one. Or if you are like me, get both! This is a very helpful guide to navigating you career into the film industry. A breakdown of each role, CV tips, looking for jobs and what to expect when you are on set.

Making Your Own Movie – I refer to this quite a lot and could be very useful to aspiring filmmakers, especially during COVID. Take 39 steps to creating your first film, which could be completely on your phone! Also, there are some helpful templates in the back of the book to refer to, as well as film suggestions.

Poldark : The Complete Scripts : Recently I have been rewatching the Poldark series, and I am a sucker for period dramas. I was so excited when I saw they had a book with the complete scripts so that I could follow along as I watch the series to see the translation from script to screen. If Poldark isn’t your thing, I still highly recommending reading scripts. Whether that is from online download (check out Shore Scripts) or finding books like this one.

These are just a few I have, but I am sure there are plenty more!! I am constantly on the look our for more helpful books to add to my collection so if you have a suggestion drop it in the comments.

UPDATE

A little life update, I have been pretty busy lately and will soon be filming this month on a teaser. It’s all very exciting and I’m looking forward to what lies ahead. With that said, I will now be posting every other week. I hope you continue to follow my blog and let me know if there are things you want more or less of. Thank you(:

Stay safe, stay well!

Featured! Q&A with TV/Film Hair and Make-up artist Jenny Watson

Welcome to Featured Friday!

Today I am happy to share with you an interview I had with Jenny Watson, TV/Film hair and make-up artist. A little bit of a back story, in 2019 I was fortunate enough to get a small featured role on Peaky Blinders and is where I met the lovely Jenny who became my hair and make-up artist! It was an amazing two days and not only did she do a lovely job getting me ready to look the part, but she was so kind and really helped me out on set. So glad I had the chance to meet her and can still keep in touch today.

So, if you are interested in becoming a hair and make-up artist, or simply just interested in her career, keep reading for her exclusive interview!

(I was suppose to look like I had slept on my make-up all night after sleeping in a pub ahah)

Q&A with Jenny Watson

What inspired you to become a hair & make-up artist?

I’ve always been interested in hair and makeup but I chose to do my a levels instead, which led me to uni to do psychology and eventually a career in child care. I was room leader of a preschool for 5 years and I just thought to myself is this what I want to do forever? I always wanted to be more involved in hair and makeup so I did a few friends weddings to see how I felt and I realised what I really wanted to do and had done for a while was TV and film. I thought why not just go for it, so I left my job and researched courses for media hair and makeup and here I am. 

How long have you been a hair & make-up artist, and how did you get your start?

I started my course at The Iver Academy in 2016 and finished in July that year, so have been out in the industry for 4 years now. Iver is an incredible school, I learnt so much from them and still do. They have an agency for current students and graduates depending on the level of the job, so you can gain experience whilst on the course. My first opportunity on a major show was given to me by one of my tutors, Jane, as they are all currently working in the industry. She took me on to Harlots as work experience for the day and that turned into a paid trainee job in the crowd room for the duration of the series. My second job was also through my Iver tutors and through these jobs you make more and more contacts and get more jobs. 

What do you find your biggest challenge has been in your career?

Honestly my biggest challenge is now with Covid 19. I’ve been really lucky that I got off to such a good start straight out of Iver and although there has been quiet periods the work has always picked up. However these past 4 months have been the hardest by far with no work out there and even though some things are picking up there is not much out there at the moment. 

What is your favourite time period to recreate?

I absolutely love doing period work. I’m not sure I can pick a favourite. If I had to I would say the 20s and 30s as both hair and makeup for women was fabulous as was the hair and facial hair for the men. It was a very groomed and expressive period, I love it. I do love all the 18th century upper class hairdos as well with all the intricate up-dos. Although, I’m glad this isn’t the fashion now as I don’t think I’d have the time in the morning to do that to my hair! 

You worked on Peaky Blinders, what was your favourite thing about being on that production? And how does it feel to have worked on such a big production?

I loved everything about Peaky. It was my dream job!! I remember watching it before I trained thinking I would give anything to work on the show, and it happened! I love the whole cast, crew, the looks, watching these fantastic actors do their job but I think the best bit for me was the team! I love each and every one of them they are all super talented and amazing people and learning from Loz (Schiavo, the designer) is just a dream! She’s incredible and has taught me so much! We were set to reprise the team again but got shut down due to Corona, and I’m not sure if I can rejoin when they start up as I may be on maternity leave which is such a shame!! But having worked with the team on that show is something I will always treasure! 

How do you find jumping from one project to the next?

Jumping onto different projects can be hard but also refreshing. It’s always sad to leave a team but each new job means new experiences and new ways to be creative, whether it’s a different period or main team to crowd it’s a great chance to learn new skills and meet new people. 

What advice do you have for aspiring hair & make-up artists?

My advice for aspiring makeup artists is really research the course before you do it. Iver Academy and the tutors their are the reason I am here in my job today, so always make sure that the course is right for you while you’re on it, and once you have graduated. Also, nowadays it’s about having both hair and makeup skills, so make sure you invest time in learning both. Be prepared to work hard, realise you will never stop learning and persevere and you can get where you want to be!

And there you have it!

A big shout out to Jenny for being the first featured post on Double-J-Creative. You can find her on Instagram @jennywatson887 and follow what exciting productions she’ll be working on next. Hopefully work with you again one day(:

If you are interested in becoming featured be sure to submit!

I look forward to seeing your creative talent x

Disney Animation Timeline (1950-1980s)

Hello! Welcome back to another Disney animation timeline. Today I pick up where my last post ended, so if you have not yet read that one I will link it HERE.

Although I only highlight the animated release dates, there were many other exciting projects the Walt Disney company had going on. This included live-action film productions, opening Disney Land in California (opened on July 15, 1955) and the opening Disney World in Florida (Oct. 1 1977). Of course there was also the creation of Disney Enterprises, Disney contracts with ABC television (The Mickey Mouse Club was born) and land that Walt purchased to start planning EPCOT. Unfortunately, he never got to see it realised, but I’m sure he would be proud of what it has become.

Animated Release timeline.

  • 1951 – Alice and Wonderland released.

  • 1953 – Peter Pan released.

  • 1955 – Lady and the Tramp is released as the first animated feature released in wide- scope cinema technology.

  • 1959 – Sleeping Beauty released.

  • 1961 – 101 Dalmatians released.

  • 1963 – Sword in the Stone released.

  • 1966 – Walt Disney dies on December 15.

  • 1967 – Jungle Book released.

  • 1970 – The Aristocats

  • 1973 – Robin Hood Released.

  • 1977 – The Rescuers and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh released.

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How to Start Writing for Screen

Hello, everyone! If you follow me regularly you may have noticed I did not post last week, that is because I have been super busy with some exciting projects! The Nightriders campaign running, frantically applying for jobs (which I got a job interview yesterday – yay!) and I have been working on lots of my own writing, with some projects in development. All things are a go, but I will try to be more consistent with posting again(:

So for today, since scriptwriting has been a very big topic for me at the moment, I thought I would share some of my tips and learning experiences if you are thinking of becoming a scriptwriter.

The Idea

Okay, this seems pretty obvious, right? But without a solid idea, how are you going to come up with a compelling story for your script? If you are just starting out, I suggest writing more of what you know. Think about the stories you like, the genre you feel most comfortable with and what it is you want to say. What I like to do is have a notebook dedicated to writing to take notes in, storyboard and a place to write down all my ideas — you never know when that could come in handy.

You may have a few ideas already and trying to decide which one to choose. My advice to you is, choose the one you believe you can make a story out of. An idea is only a seed of the equation. You will live with that idea throughout the entire writing process and longer into production – so make sure you like it. Also, not only do you have to feel passionate about it but ensure that you can develop it enough to have strong characters, conflict and story arcs.

There have been numerous times where I have started something that I thought was a good idea, but I couldn’t make anything out of it or I didn’t feel passionate about it. Last year, the summer before I started writing Awakened Minds, I was trying to develop a tv series that was completely wrong for me. I really loved the idea, but one it was two complicated for me to even wrap my head around as a new writer and two I lost passion in it. My Awakened Minds script came to me after doing a month of yoga lessons and a new interest about the mind. I was already knowledgable about some of the topics, but I also did lots of research to develop plot points and to get further inspiration. Because I was so passionate about it I wrote the whole pilot episode in less than a month and storyboarded the whole rest of the series! But of course, then it goes into revision and that alone can take months, if not years.

Characters

Who is your protagonist? Who is your antagonist?

When creating your characters make sure you make them believable, relatable and originality. Keep them fresh and give them a unique voice/personality. When you write your script you don’t want all your character’s sounding the same, so make sure they each stand out in their own way. What really helps is to plan all your characters out that you want in the story and give them little character bios. Get to know them, so when you begin to write you should just know how they would respond.

Outlining the Story

Now that you have your characters and story idea, it’s time to outline. Keep in mind your genre and your protagonist’s goal. A three-act structure is the most common across all mediums – whether you want to write for TV, film or just do short film. Note: If you are writing for TV make sure you can make multiple episodes and leave room for your story to grow and develop into multiple seasons. Always leave your audience wanting more.

Here’s an easy guide for you below.

Story Outline Structure

What is Your Goal?

Ask your self, “what are you trying to achieve with my script?” Do you want to enter it into a competition, maybe try and pitch it to someone, crowdfund to put it into production or maybe just to practice and build a portfolio. Whatever your reason, pick a goal and set yourself a deadline. Having something to work towards gives you that much more motivation to see it to the end. There will be days when you don’t feel inspired to write, but like anything, it’s a skill you have to practice and keep developing. Don’t give up!

Formatting

Screenplays have a very specific format that you will need to follow. I highly recommend software such as Celtx, or there is also Final Draft. Either one works great, but if you are just starting out and don’t want to pay for a software, give it a go on Celtx. I’m sure there are plenty of other softwares as well but those are the two I am familiar with.

Screencraft Formatting Example

Are you Ready to Write?

So are you finally ready to start writing? What I believe the best thing to do is, just let it all flow out of you. Get it all out on paper, it doesn’t have to be perfect. Remember this is your first draft, you will have plenty of time to go back through and clean scenes up or take things out. Don’t be to harsh on yourself the first time round either. When I started writing my scripts, sometimes I just have to write everything to the end to see where it’s going, and then I will go back through and see where sections need more clarity or additions.

Find what works for you. I’ll never forget watching the Shonda Rhimes Masterclass on scriptwriting and hearing how she loves to write with big headphones on while listening to music. Personally, I need dead silence and no distractions. But, everyone is different. I’ll have days where I can’t get up till I finish the whole script because all the ideas are fresh in my head and I’m on a roll. Other days I’ll write one scene and have a massive writer’s block. The writing process can be tedious sometimes, but don’t give up. And if you need some more help on how you can get creative – I have a blog post for that(:

Helpful Resources

With the help of the World Wide Web, you have access to SOOO many resources to help you get started and help you out. Here are just a few I’ve kindly listed for you:

Shore Scripts : A great website to download scripts to read, advice from writers, and courses. Plus, download a FREE guide to formatting your screenplay. You can also submit into their screenplay contest when you are done. I currently have two in the contests(:

Final Draft & Celtx : Scriptwriting Software

Screencraft : Screenwriting software, blog posts and script consultations

Studio Binder : Script breakdown sheets and all your production template essentials

Film Courage : Videos on Youtube giving top tips on a range of topics from industry professionals!

There are plenty more, but these are a few I use quite often that have helped me. Also, I did a two year scriptwriting at university that really helped me get started. But you don’t have to go to university if you want a course, there are plenty of them online you can sign up to.

I hope that helps a little bit, and happy writing!

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Disney : Favourite Disney Princess Animated Film

This week I am featuring my favourite Disney Princess animated film, I say princess film because it narrows down the selection, other wise it would be too hard. But anyway, drum roll please…

Beauty and the Beast.

Beauty and the Beast Lego construction Downtown Disney, CA

Released: 1991

Genre: Musical

Awards : Academy Award Best Original Score

Now, of course I love the recent live-action with Emma Watson, but I’m a sucker for the classic and original animated feature. I remember in second grade we had a ‘show and tell’ day and I brought my Mrs. Potts tea set and dressed up in my Belle costume. Out of all the Disney princesses, I’ve always felt most like Belle because of her curiosity to explore and how she is not like other girls. Still to this day, I love listening to the soundtrack and curling up at night with the film.

Beauty and the Beast Fun Facts :

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (1991)
  • Belle was the second princess (first being Cinderella) to not be royal by birth
  • The Beast is a mixture of animals : Bear, Buffalo, Gorilla, Lion, Boar and Wolf. All these animals can be identified on different part of his body. For example, his arms, claws and body resemble those of a bear.
  • The prologue was written 200 times to get the opening of the film just right.
  • First animated film to be nominated for Academy Award in Best Picture, sadly it didn’t win, but it did win an Academy Award for Best Original Score.
  • The song ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (sung by Angela Lansbury) was recorded in just one take
  • Next time you watch the film have a look at the sign post Maurice runs into in the forest, you just might recognise so familiar names. (hint: Burbank, Anaheim, Valencia)
  • The ballroom scene where Beauty and the Beast had their first dance was choreographed from the scene from Sleeping Beauty.
  • Beauty and the Beast was Disney’s first musical on Broadway and premiered on Palace Theatre in 1994.

Exciting news!!

Beauty and the Beast WDW Live Performance

A few years ago my mum gave me her original Beauty and the Beast jacket she got when she saw it on Broadway. I have always wanted to see the live-stage performance and I have so far seen Disney’s Lion King, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, Newsies and soon Frozen (2021). BUT I am very excited to say that for all my UK friends out there it will be officially coming her next year on tour! I am beyond excited to finally get a chance to see it come to life, and maybe even be apart of it with castings going on right now ( fingers crossed my singing voice is up to par).

Make sure you set your email alerts for when tickets go on sale by visiting the Disney Website.

Get in touch!

What’s your favourite Disney film? I’d love to hear! Don’t hesitate to get in touch and share your love for Disney. I am also always open for collaborations.

Also find my on Instagram @double_j_creative (:

Source: Disney and OhmyDisney