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tower-of-terror:

James Monroe Inglehart, who currently plays Genie in Aladdin on Broadway, gave a speech and led the audience in a special sing-along of ‘Friend Like Me’ in honor of Robin Williams after Tuesday’s performance.  I love watching this tribute; it captures exactly the kind of joy and sweetness Robin embodied in life, and it’s great to see that we will not lose these in his death.  RIP Robin Williams, thanks for everything.

thewerewolfmarauder:

So today I saw Aladdin on Broadway. During a friend like me James Monroe Iglehart yelled out “This ones for you Robin!” And at the end of the musical James gave a small speech talking about how Robin Williams inspired him and then proceeded to lead the audience in a sing along to a friend like me in his honor.It was such a beautiful way to honor Robin Williams!

agrabahprincess:

"Comedy is acting out optimism."
- Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)

RIP Robin Williams, thanks for the laughs and comfort when I really needed it. Your amazing legacy in film and comedy will live on forever as long as people can laugh. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to the Williams family and anyone else who needs a little support.

"I would like to think that Walt Disney is meeting Robin Williams right now and is telling him that he did a wonderful job of bringing magic to the world."
Anna posted this on her facebook and it brought me to tears and I needed an outlet right now so i put my terrible Photoshop skills to work

"I would like to think that Walt Disney is meeting Robin Williams right now and is telling him that he did a wonderful job of bringing magic to the world."

Anna posted this on her facebook and it brought me to tears and I needed an outlet right now so i put my terrible Photoshop skills to work

disneynowand4ever:

So when Aladdin releases from the vault next year expect the end credits to say “To our dear friend, Robin Williams”

If they don’t I will be upset

oreoblizzard96:

RIP to this wonderful man. The face of childhood for many and a truly great actor. You will be missed. He was one of those people you could go to to make you laugh or simply put you in a good mood just by watching his movies or stand ups. Thoughts are with family and friends. Goodbye Robin Williams :( 

Anonymous sent: Nice icon!

princessannaofarandelle:

thank you so much anon! I’m lucky to have it!

the icon is from dreamsdisney, i asked of course but check out the blog anyways, its amazing

aww thank you darling you are too kind!

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darkersolstice:

dbvictoria:

More Disney Parks facts here

ald-fan-girl, confirm or deny?

Well I’ve never heard the last one and trust me we would have had use for that.