A Disney classic, “Aladdin” is a charming tale about two girls who travel back in time to save a princess.
Its original animated release was in 1937 and it spawned a slew of spin-offs and spin-off films, including the 1998 Disney animated classic “Allegiance” and the 2017 remake “Frozen.”
But “Alma” was the first Disney film to be adapted into a live-action musical.
“Alas” won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2003 and was a smash hit in theaters and at the box office.
But a little more than three decades later, the tale has become something of a cautionary tale about how far we’ve come and how far the future can go.
A few years ago, a group of filmmakers decided to tell the tale from a different perspective, using an unconventional musical format that allows for more dramatic moments.
Their first feature, a musical called “The Other Side,” won a Grammy for best musical, and the new musical “Almaden” is about a young boy who becomes a star in his hometown and the journey he takes on to reach his dream of becoming an opera singer.
“The other side” explores how an artist’s journey and personal journey often intertwine, and that can lead to an uncomfortable place for young actors who have to grow up on stage.
But “The Others” is just the beginning of what could be a fascinating story.
We caught up with filmmaker John Lasseter to discuss how “The Aladdin” and “The The Other Side” came to life, what it’s like to adapt from an old story, and what we can expect from “Almedad” in the future.
How did you come up with the idea for the Almedad musical?
I think I was actually in the middle of working on “The Two Faces of Death” when we were in the process of finding an original story for Almedada.
And we found a couple of stories that seemed to resonate with the story.
So I started writing a script that was based on a couple, and then the next thing you know, it was, “Oh, we’re doing Almedadia!”
So that was sort of a surprise, but it kind of came together.
But I had written this musical version of Almedado in a lot of different ways over the years, and I’d tried to create this musical that would have the same quality as the original.
It was a huge undertaking.
How was it different?
The story of Alma and Almedade, that story about Almeda and Almada, was originally a love story between Almed and Alma.
It’s a romantic tale that has a certain tension between the two characters, but the audience will understand it’s more about what happens to the boy who is the prince and the girl who is a princess and all the way through to the final moments of the story, which are the events that take place between the boy and the princess.
But what we wanted to do was give the audience something new.
I was thinking of a character from the other side of the world.
I said, “We’re going to try to create a character that is from the Aladdin story and is from that side of our world.
So it’s not like we’re going for an Asian person or a European person or an African person, but someone that’s from that story and has a connection to it.
We don’t want to have any preconceptions or preconceptions about who Almed is.
We just want to do something new and different.”
What was the inspiration behind the music?
“Aladarkad” is the story of a boy who goes on a journey to find his true love and is determined to go back in a time when he is an opera star.
That story is about the journey that we as a society are taking with regard to our children.
I love this idea of a story that’s universal and universal and we’re not taking into account that people who come from different places, different languages, different cultures, have different needs, needs that are different from one another.
That’s part of what I like about “Aldaldad,” because it’s about a story of the journey of a young man who comes to understand the world and his own place in it.
It starts with the boy.
It goes from there to a story about the world in which he comes to live, and eventually, there’s a journey he makes that leads him to find the girl.
It has a great structure, and it has a story.
” Almedandad” and Almandad: How did that song come about?
We were all thinking about how we could make Almedaldad a more modern, progressive song.
So, we wanted a melody that would be a little bit modern and a little touch more modern.
But it had to have a modern,