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Seth Rudetsky , Lea Salonga - Backstage at the Broadway musical Disaster! at the Nederlander Theatre. at Nederlander Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 10th February 2016

Seth Rudetsky and Lea Salonga
Heidi Blickenstaff, Seth Rudetsky, Wayne Brady and Lea Salonga
Heidi Blickenstaff, Seth Rudetsky, Wayne Brady, Lea Salonga, Max Crumm, Hunter Bell and Telly Leung
Carolee Carmello, Jeanna De Waal, Heidi Blickenstaff, Seth Rudetsky, Wayne Brady, Lea Salonga, Max Crumm, Hunter Bell and Telly Leung
Adam Pascal, Telly Leung and Seth Rudetsky
Brian D'arcy James, Jennifer Simard, Seth Rudetsky and Faith Prince

Katie Rose Clarke, Janelle Toyomi Dote, Lea Salonga, George Takei, Telly Leung , Cast - Opening night of 'Allegiance' at the Longacre Theatre - Curtain Call at Longacre Theatre, - New York, United States - Sunday 8th November 2015

Katie Rose Clarke, Janelle Toyomi Dote, Lea Salonga, George Takei, Telly Leung and Cast
Lea Salonga, George Takei and Telly Leung
Katie Rose Clarke, Janelle Toyomi Dote, Lea Salonga, George Takei and Telly Leung
Janelle Toyomi Dote, Lea Salonga, George Takei and Telly Leung
Katie Rose Clarke, Janelle Toyomi Dote, Lea Salonga and George Takei

Lea Salonga - Opening night of 'Allegiance' at the Longacre Theatre - After Party at Bryant Park Grill, - New York, United States - Sunday 8th November 2015

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Lea Salonga , Michael K. Lee - First Look at the Broadway musical Allegiance at the Longacre Theatre. at Longacre Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 29th September 2015

Lea Salonga and Michael K. Lee
Lea Salonga and Michael K. Lee
Lea Salonga and Michael K. Lee
Lea Salonga and Michael K. Lee
Lea Salonga and Michael K. Lee
Michael K. Lee, Lea Salonga, George Takei, Katie Rose Clarke, Telly Leing, Scott Wise and Cast

Lea Salonga and Eva Noblezada - Singer and actress Lea Salonga leaves the BBC Breakfast studios at MediaCityUK - Manchester, United Kingdom - Wednesday 17th September 2014

Lea Salonga and Eva Noblezada
Lea Salonga and Eva Noblezada
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Mulan Review


Very Good
In the rush to contrast the early-nineties Disney golden age (Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King) with the current crop of underperformers (Treasure Planet, Brother Bear, Home on the Range) that have resulted in Disney's foolhardy decision to jettison hand-drawn animation, some pretty decent films have been lost in the shuffle. Disney's Mulan, for example, is a beautifully drawn and exciting little adventure movie from 1998 (when it was a decent-sized hit, too). It's no kind of classic, but who says Disney Animation can't put out something minor now and again?

In their own ways, the late-nineties Disney cartoons (which include the similarly mythical Hercules and Tarzan) take risks in stylization and subject matter. The semi-experiment here is to craft a story around a strong female protagonist who is not, on any level, a princess (even intelligent and bookish Belle in Beauty and the Beast is defined by a love story with a prince, handsome or not). The title character (voiced by Ming-Na (now sans the Wen)) masquerades as a man in order to take her aging father's place in the Chinese army; it won't spoil your enjoyment to know that she isn't instantly killed and forgotten.

Continue reading: Mulan Review

Mulan Review


Very Good
In the rush to contrast the early-nineties Disney golden age (Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King) with the current crop of underperformers (Treasure Planet, Brother Bear, Home on the Range) that have resulted in Disney's foolhardy decision to jettison hand-drawn animation, some pretty decent films have been lost in the shuffle. Disney's Mulan, for example, is a beautifully drawn and exciting little adventure movie from 1998 (when it was a decent-sized hit, too). It's no kind of classic, but who says Disney Animation can't put out something minor now and again?

In their own ways, the late-nineties Disney cartoons (which include the similarly mythical Hercules and Tarzan) take risks in stylization and subject matter. The semi-experiment here is to craft a story around a strong female protagonist who is not, on any level, a princess (even intelligent and bookish Belle in Beauty and the Beast is defined by a love story with a prince, handsome or not). The title character (voiced by Ming-Na (now sans the Wen)) masquerades as a man in order to take her aging father's place in the Chinese army; it won't spoil your enjoyment to know that she isn't instantly killed and forgotten.

Continue reading: Mulan Review

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