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Idina Menzel Doc From Anne McCabe in the Works at Disney+

A new Disney+ documentary will give viewers an intimate glimpse into the world of the vocal powerhouse that gave Queen Elsa her unforgettable voice. A press release announced that “Idina Menzel: Stage to the Stage” would document Menzel on her tour across the country as she fulfills her lifelong dream of headlining Madison Square Garden in her native New York. Editor Anne McCabe will make her directorial debut with Doc, which premieres on Disney+. but will be on 9th December

Featuring unpublished footage of Menzel’s performances, interviews and home videos as an aspiring singer seven years old, “Which Way to the Stage” will chart the singer and actress’ journey, which accompanied Broadway’s “Rent” and “Rent”. made up his name. Rogue” before taking on the role of Elsa from Disney’s “Frozen”. Examining Menzel’s personal and professional development throughout her years on stage, the Doctor “veils off her remarkable career, the incredible – and at times laborious – Moments that prepare him for his big break and the people who have supported him since the beginning,” the release teases.

The “Let It Go” singer shared in a statement, “We created this documentary for the first time to show how important it is to pursue your passion and depend on the people around you in times of difficulty.” “It was a joy to make this documentary, and I hope it resonates with my fans and new audiences alike who find themselves balancing motherhood, work and marriage while chasing their dreams and helping others move forward.” Inspire you to grow.”

This Year, Tony Award-Winning Artists She will reprise her role as the Queen of Andalcia in the upcoming “Enchanted” sequel, “Disenchanted,” which premieres on Disney+ November 24.

An American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Award winner, McCabe has editing credits on “Succession” and Marielle Heller wrote “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” in his upcoming projects “Boston Strangler” The story of the reporter who linked the murders of the Boston Strangler. Keira Knightley stars.