because that is how they are depicted in Disney films. However, is the “magical world of Disney” a true depiction of the world? Or is it more of an extremely limited perception? In a time ravaged by war and depression, the great Walt Disney created a fairy tale world in which Americans could escape the disheartening truth. What started out as a mouse frolicking across a screen, has become a corporate giant steamrolling across America, consuming children’s imaginations and belief systems along the way.
(in terms of language and content), and the humourous musical element embody the notions of bilingualism, multiculturalism, and history that I associate with being a Canadian. Funded entirely by Canadian institutions and individuals (Appendix C-7), it is clear that Repercussion Theatre is committed to keeping Shakespeare’s Dream alive in Canada. 6 Works Cited Barratt, Amy. “Fairies, fur traders and flower power.” Montreal Mirror 15 July 2004. 17 Jan. 2005. . Sinfield, Alan. Faultlines.