Mary Poppins, co-produced with Cameron Mackintosh, looms largest on Disney Theatrical Productions' horizon, but the company certainly isn't stopping there. After the success of Beauty and the Beast, Aida and The Lion King, Disney is busily working on several more screen-to-stage crossovers. The other two that are most advanced are adaptations of animated hits, Tarzan and The Little Mermaid (See The Goss, 30 Oct 2002). Tarzan, which could premiere on Broadway as early as spring 2005, has a score by Genesis pop star Phil Collins, book by David Henry Hwang, choreography by Meryl Tankard, with design and direction by Bob Crowley. Now slated for 2007, The Little Mermaid is being composed by Alan Menken, though Matthew Bourne and designer Lez Brotherston withdrew from the project last year (See The Goss, 23 Dec 2002). Other mooted Disney projects include stagifications of 101 Dalmations and Aladdin as well as an "On the Record" revue show of Disney songs.