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Fuck Yeah Hunchback of Notre Dame


Individual tickets to the stage adaptaion of Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame (along with the rest of Paper Mill’s season) went on sale today (7/30/14). 



Since Paper Mill has quite a strong subscriber base, all the shows are about 80% full already. Keep in mind that Hunchback won’t open in New Jersey until 6 months from now, so you might want to snatch up some tickets now. =) Hunchback will run from March 4 through April 5, 2015.

Tickets to La Jolla Playhouse’s presentation of Hunchback (in San Diego) will go on sale on August 2nd. Stay tuned; La Jolla seems to have a lot special events planned. The San Diego run will go from October 26 through December 7, 2014.

1 day ago on 30 July 2014 @ 7:41pm 40 notes


Disney Villains Week: Day 4 - Most evil/disgusting villain: Frollo

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) Early color key concept art

6 days ago on 25 July 2014 @ 7:24pm 152 notes
Esmeralda has seen a lot, she has a lot to be angry about, but at her core she’s a wonderfully heartfelt, emotional person
~ The Art of the Hunchback of Notre Dame
1 week ago on 23 July 2014 @ 3:05pm 63 notes

How could such a cruel man have raised someone like you?

1 week ago on 21 July 2014 @ 5:11pm 118 notes

the Hunchback of Notre Dame → songs

2 weeks ago on 16 July 2014 @ 4:33pm 1,336 notes


Hey guys, if you ever wanted to meet Stephen Schwartz, there’s a decent chance that he will attend a lunch with fans during Hunchback’s La Jolla run (Oct 26 - Dec 7, 2014).

Per his official newsletter:


I’m planning a lunch for Schwartz fans, probably for November 1st. There is a good chance Stephen will join us (as he did at a meal we had in 2003 at the pre-Broadway tryout of Wicked). Email me privately at carol@musicalschwartz.com to be added to the list. (We’ll think about a get-together for the New Jersey production in 2015.)

I will post this again as we get nearer to the premiere. If you’re interested, you can always email carol@musicalschwartz.com for more complete details. =)

2 weeks ago on 12 July 2014 @ 4:45pm 27 notes


Esmerelda - Hunchback of Notre Dame

This was the first film I worked on at Disney Feature Animation back in 1995. I had only been with the company a year at that point. I worked on pretty much every character that needed my help as I jumped in my new career. From the guards and background characters, to Frollo , Quasimodo and a few scenes with the lovely Esmerelda. 

3 weeks ago on 8 July 2014 @ 4:35pm 982 notes


Anonymous asked: The Hunchback of Notre Dame or Aladdin?

via  lunethemoon  (originally  mickeyandcompany)
3 weeks ago on 8 July 2014 @ 4:34pm 242 notes


Day 14: The most chilling villain demise

Frollo. “And he shall smite the wicked and plunge them into the fiery pit”.

Guess who’s wicked and plunges into a fiery pit? I love it.

3 weeks ago on 5 July 2014 @ 10:58pm 40 notes
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1 month ago on 30 June 2014 @ 4:55pm 100 notes




Erik Liberman is going to play Clopin this October in the U.S. premiere of Disney’s ‘Hunchback’.

From his official website:

”(…)and in fall 2014, Erik will originate the role of “Clopin” in Disney’s new musical, THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME.

Liberman joins Patrick Page (Frollo) as the only actors who have personally confirmed their involvement. =)

'Hunchback' premieres Oct. 26, 2014 @ La Jolla Playhouse and Mar. 4, 2015 @ Paper Mill Playhouse.

1 month ago on 29 June 2014 @ 3:08pm 86 notes



Tony Jay talks about his character Frollo

HEY!  Do not repost this!  I got permission from the person who uploaded this video to post both here and at deviantART.  You just went and took this and reposted it!  I see on your blog you take a lot of stuff from people and give no credit. 

Here’s my original post on this: http://christinefrollophile.tumblr.com/post/81808315352/a-huge-thank-you-to-darthscyther-from-deviantart

1 month ago on 28 June 2014 @ 5:24pm 44 notes


Tropes in HoND: Arc Words

"An enigmatic word or phrase that appears, unexplained and without context, here and there throughout an Arc, and (with luck) is finally explained at or near the climax. A way of building up tension and mystery, as well as an indicator that anyone using the words knows more than they’re telling. Can also be used as a memetic way of advertising the show. A typical element of a Mind Screw.”

1 month ago on 26 June 2014 @ 12:40am 409 notes


Bitchin stills from ‘Der Glockner von Notre Dame”

1 month ago on 23 June 2014 @ 7:39pm 335 notes