At today’s Investor Day 2020 event, Walt Disney Animation Studios chief creative officer Jennifer Lee unveiled the exciting content that will be released over the next few years, including a slate of all-new Disney Animation series and feature films.[Read more…]
Hong Kong Disneyland may be temporarily closed, but construction work has not stopped. Thanks to shots by Hong Kong Main Street Gazette on Instagram, we got these incredible views into the park. Along with working on construction projects like the “Castle of Magical Dreams,” the park has also been preparing to reopen.[Read more…]
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The newest Disney On Ice show, Road Trip Adventures, officially begins its tour September 6 at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. This new show will feature characters from Toy Story 4, the live action versions of Aladdin and The Lion King, Moana, Frozen and for the first time ever, Mary Poppins Returns!
Disney On Ice presents Road Trip Adventures also offers never before done acts and guest moments. Four aerial artists will take to the sky in death-defying acts hanging over the ice. Guests will also be taken on the ice in the Magic Mobile as it is driven by Mickey Mouse and friends. By the end of the show there will have been more guests on the ice than performers.
Premiering in Orlando on Friday, September 6, 2019, the 2-year, 60-city tour includes stops at major arenas in Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York City in 2019, followed by Boston, Chicago and Dallas in 2020.
Through magical storytelling and shared live experiences, families and friends will journey together alongside their show tour guides as their memories are captured to form a scrapbook of adventures on video screens integrated into the set. My person review is that this scrapbook idea is a genius way to allow the tech teams to setup the next act without having dead periods in the show. Each new story seamlessly came out with the use of the moving screens that are their own version of a curtain. For a two hour show the action never seemed to stop.
Tickets are available now at Disney On Ice! Check out a previous episode of Attractions The Show to see how these performers train for six weeks to get into shape for a two hour ice performance.
Disney On Ice is launching a brand-new show called “Road Trip Adventures,” which will take families on an immersive getaway featuring new and classic tales.[Read more…]