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The task I set for myself was this: redesigning the Disney princesses as superheroes, keeping the familiar elements of their costumes along the way. The additional guideline I gave myself was to try to imagine the costumes as they might've been created around the same time they had initially been designed for their animated features (meaning Snow White should look like a character from the 30s, Cinderella from the 50s, etc).
...journey back to 1937 to meet the princess who's changing what it means to be "the fairest one of all": the sensational Snow White!
The musical [went] on hiatus for 2005 but returned for...its last season in 2006. It's final performance was the Labor Day weekend of (September 4) 2006. Source: filmfreak11
After washing up, the dwarfs enjoy Snow White's dinner. A celebration and bedtime story follows. As the dwarfs and Snow White sleep, the Magic Mirror informs the Evil Queen of the Huntsman's failure to kill the princess. Source: filmfreak11
The Magic Mirror acts as the narrator to our story of Snow White. The seven dwarfs pass by as the Evil Queen looks over Snow White and her animal friends. A handsome prince overhears Snow White's song and sings to her. Source: filmfreak11