Prepare to be overwhelmed – especially if you’re a mother. Ready yourself, both for Judi Dench's performance and for tears.
We're used to stories about dreams come true. This folk tale of folk music is the story of one that doesn't which toys with reasons why.
Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen" comes to life in a retelling that will have families laughing and singing, and hearts melting.
I was moved. Black Nativity will bring people to tears, many to forgiveness, maybe even repentance, and inspire reconciliation.
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