LiMamas Review of “Disney on Ice: Princesses & Heroes”

cindarellaThe Long Island Mamas were recently the guests of Feld Entertainment & Shea Communications for an exciting new Disney on Ice production: Princesses And Heroes.  The show is filled with new acts and acrobatics (think circus on ice) and includes many of the Disney classics, some of which have been in the  “vault” for quite some time; classics such as Snow White, Cinderella, and even Sleeping Beauty.

sleepingbeutyAt one point, the ice even comes alive as Prince Phillip from Sleeping Beauty fights the evil Maleficent who has transformed into a gigantic dragon.

Additionally, the production features music that we all grew up with, but haven’t heard since our own childhood, with songs such as “Kiss the Girl” from The Little Mermaid, “Once Upon a Dream” from Sleeping Beauty, and “A Whole New World” from Aladdin.  Some of the songs have even been given a bit of a modern update for the production; but ultimately remain true to their “classic” versions.

olaf2And just in case you have a Frozen fan in your house and were unable to catch Frozen on Ice, then boy oh boy, YOU’RE IN LUCK!

Princesses and Heroes recreates some of the magical scenes from that production, including making it snow in the arena (a true fan favorite, including this fan!).  Not to mention, all of the Frozen main characters make an appearance: Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Hans, and everyone’s favorite snowman, Olaf – all while singing a mix of your favorite songs, including: “Let It Go”, “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” & Olaf’s “In Summer”.

Though the production has wrapped at Nassau Coliseum, it’s currently in our area until February 1st; with performances at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, (January 15th – 19th) and at Sun Nation Bank Center in Trenton, NJ, (January 28th – February 1st)…and in this mama’s opinion, it’s well worth the trip!

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