Snow White, Giada Robin's cosplay explains why the witch was jealous

Snow White, Giada Robin's cosplay explains why the witch was jealous

Snow White

Let's see this Snow White cosplay, Dinsey version, made by the queen of Italian cosplayers: Giada Robin. Looking at him you will understand why the evil queen was jealous.

Of course, Robin didn't just play the character, but she put something extra into it. A touch all of her that makes the cosplay unique and unrepeatable. There is also the poisoned apple, just to make the character more plausible.

Snow White is the protagonist of one of Walt Disney's classic films, derived from a reinterpretation of an ancient fairy tale. Robin commented on her cosplay by saying: “When I was little I wanted to be like her to sing with the animals in the woods.” You did it, Giada. You did it.

If you are interested in other cosplay, try: Aphrodite from shino-zaki is from the goddess of beauty, Bunny Bulma from feministchronicles is aggressive and powerful, Tifa from grusha in a blue dress is identical to the game, Yennefer by Kalinka Fox is shrouded in mystery, Lit.mira's Himiko Toga is ready to go back to school, Misty from Supersailorvirgo takes us back to the beach, Jessie from ryuulavitz makes us cheer for Team Rocket, Lisa from ruichiru is beautiful, Honey Bee Tifa from likeassassins is provocative, Misa Amane from win_winry pierces with her eyes, olyne from alco.loli from Stone Ocean, The Lady of xenon_ne is intriguing and Nico Robin of hana.bunny_bunny is incredible.

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Magik Theatre Announces SNOW WHITE, 2nd Production Of 28th Season

Magik Theatre Announces SNOW WHITE, 2nd Production Of 28th Season

Back by popular demand, Magik Theatre presents the not-your-usual 'Once Upon a Time' classic tale of Snow White, written by Greg Banks, from Oct. 16-Oct. 30, as part of its fall season. This comedic mix of theatre and drama is back but with a new two-member cast -- Elysa Aguilar and Devon Moreno of Maddi's Fridge.

Magik Theatre's cast featuring Aguilar and Moreno will morph into a multitude of characters including a princess, her evil queen, a magical mirror, a huntsman, and the beloved seven dwarfs. Both lively and imaginative, this new adaptation of Snow White will leave you experiencing this classical story with an entirely fresh perspective while wondering: How did they do that? So expect the unexpected in this fabulous fairy tale with a (spoiler alert) you-won't-see-it-coming full of hilarious hijinks and meaningful lessons.

'We are pleased to bring our two-person Snow White back this fall! This time, Elysa Aguilar and Devon Moreno step into the roles of Snow White and all the characters under the direction of Rosa Gardner. I can't think of a better team to bring this hilarious, high-energy production to life!' said Anthony Runfola, artistic director of Magik Theatre.

Snow White opens Oct. 16 and runs through Oct. 30 at Magik Theatre, located at Hemisfair. It is recommended for ages 6 years old and up.

Click here for a full listing of dates/times. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting or calling the box office at (210) 227-2751. Discounted tickets are available for</a> children, seniors, military, and educators.

To get a full list of Magik Theatre's COVID-19's health and safety measures, please visit magik

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