Howard Ashman coaching Jodi Benson as she records "Part of Your World" for The Little Mermaid.
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Tony winner Susan Stroman, who choreographed the musical's original production, will helm the concert. - Dec 14, 2016 by Bethany Rickwald in Theater News.
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Children learn the lessons of Moses' Ten Commandments through the adventures of Seth, an 11-year old boy. Made in consultation with eight leading theologians, this release features the voice-acting of Jodi Benson (THE LITTLE MERMAID) and Lou Diamond Philips (LA BAMBA).Format: DVD MOVIE
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With its pretty songs and good characters, THUMBELINA will delight children. The film-which uses more computer graphics than previous Don Bluth films-tells the fable of the Hans Christian Andersen heroine Thumbelina (Jodi Benson), a tiny girl born to a childless woman from a flower. Longing to find someone her size, she falls in love with a fairy prince, Cornelius (Gary Imhoff), only to be kidnapped by a band of show business toads and their singing Ma (Charo). That's just the beginning of Thumbelina's adventures and her quest to be reunited with her prince-and it's an adventure filled with danger and excitement.
Honestly, how on earth is it almost the end of this year. November went by more quickly than I ever dreamed it would and I feel so unprepared for Christmas/New Year’s now. I feel like every month feels quicker than the one that came before it, which is slightly terrifying. I feel very thankful to say that I was able to spend Thanksgiving with my family this year for the first time in four years. Adam ended up not working that day and my work is closed on Thanksgiving, so we were able to go up Wednesday morning to Lake City, FL where my Aunt, Uncle, Grandma, & nephew live. I hadn’t been to their house since I was in high school, so I was really excited to go back. They live on 25 acres of land and have golf carts and four wheelers to ride, not to mention they have super cute cows on their land. Adam had never been to their house before, so I was excited to show him around as well. It was the first road trip we’d taken since moving to Orlando almost six months (omg) ago and it was much needed, honestly. without them life just doesn’t feel worth it and six months was far too long to not have one. Also, as we made our way upstate there were so many gorgeous golden yellow and red leaves on trees. I’m obsessed with autumn leaves and we usually don’t have very many in Florida, but they seem to be much more abundant this year. We made it to my family’s house around 11am. We spent most of the day hanging out and eventually some of my extended family also arrived, who I hadn’t seen since I was in middle school. We had KFC and sat around and talked for most of the evening, before going on a late night golf cart ride. Then everyone started cooking and we ate around 2:00. It was such an awesome meal. With the exception of last Thanksgiving, I’ve worked the past few years on Thanksgiving. Last year we spent the holiday with Adam’s family, which was nice, but still very different from spending it with my own family. We had all of my favorite holiday foods, including fried turkey (which is amazing by the way, if you’ve never had it). After eating and getting everything cleaned up, we all hung out in the living room with a re-run of the parade on tv. Everyone... Around 5:30, Adam and I headed home since I had to work the next day. I sincerely hope it isn’t so long before the next holiday I get to spend with my family. It just doesn’t feel like the holidays without them. Adam and I chatted about it on the drive home (before he passed out, typical) and he said that he enjoyed himself and he would be down to going and visiting more frequently, so hopefully we’ll be back soon. Thankfully traffic wasn’t too terrible on the way home and we ended up making it back safe and sound. Angela got home from her grandpa’s house a couple of hours later and we spent the evening decorating our apartment for Christmas and hanging ornaments on our tree, sharing stories about our Thanksgivings all the while. It was a lovely night and a great way to kick off the holiday season. A few days later, I woke up to find Angela still home (it was way past the time she normally leaves for work). She popped out of her room to tell me that the water in our building had been cut off because they had to flush out the pipes (or something like that). It was supposed to happen around noon, but they decided to do it at 9:00am, when people (namely Angela) were trying to get ready for work. Our complex told Angela the water would be back on within an hour, so she planned to just go into work late, but an hour passed and we still had no water (meaning no shower/brushing teeth/etc. Angela decided to call out of work seeing that the water did not seem to be turning on anytime soon…and so of course I called out also. We sat around and watched three Star Wars movies (we’ve now finished all of them except The Force Awakens. then it’ll be on to Harry Potter) and went on an excursion to Walmart for groceries (and more importantly sparkling grape and cranberry juice because we’re ADULTS). I’ve been at basically 40 hours at work for the past few weeks, which is great for my bank account but not so great for my social life. My schedule has been all over the place so I’ve been feeling super exhausted. I went by myself one night after work to see Neil Patrick Harris narrate the Candlelight Processional, which I.
Mini Green Bean Casserole (butter, chicken broth, cornstarch, green beans, onions, mustard powder)
Grandma's Shortbread Cookies (flour, butter, cornstarch, sugar)
Blueberry Gingerbread (baking soda, buttermilk, cinnamon, eggs, flour, blueberries, ginger, molasses, nutmeg, vegetable oil, salt, sugar, sugar)
Boneless Breast of Chicken Saltimbocca (flour, chicken, chicken broth, butter, cream, sherry, white wine, flour, thyme, garlic, monterey jack cheese, mushroom, oregano, prosciutto, salt, shallot)
Jodi Benson - IMDb
Jodi Benson, Actress: The Little Mermaid. Jodi Benson, a native of Rockford, Illinois, has received worldwide recognition and critical acclaim as the voice of "Ariel ...
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Jodi Marie Marzorati Benson is an American voice actress, actress, and soprano singer, best known for her starring role as Ariel in Disney's highly ...
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Jodi Benson's music video of (Part Of Your World), 1997. I do not own this video, I'm just a fan and decied to share it with other fans..
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