My kids have learned to appreciate the fact that their mom dogs every step they take with a camera in hand. It's where this blog came from and now they get to enjoy some perks for all the time I've put into growing this blog. I was able to go see Disney Live - Three Classic Fairy Tales with my family today. (I only got 4 tickets so the teenage boy graciously allowed his little brother and sister to go instead.) We were also tapped as the blogger family who was invited to attend the meet and greet.
Before the meet and greet, they had us wait at tables in the room. We didn't know who we would get to meet.
It was Cinderella. Here she is asking Rebekah about her gown. Cinderella wondered if Rebekah's Fairy Godmother made it for her?
Rebekah & Cinderella
Nathan meets Cinderella.
Big smiles. This kid learned at an early age that hanging with a beautiful princess isn't a bad thing if you're a guy. They like to hug and kiss the boys as 'future prince' material.
We were backstage for the meet and greet. I know it's hard to see but on the right is rack after rack of costumes used in the show. The tent top you see is (I believe) a changing room or green room for the cast during the show.
The stage from our seats...in row 13. Oh yeah!
Rebekah & Nathan in front of the stage.
Mickey, Minnie, Donald & Goofy open the show and move us from story to story.
First is Snow White.
With the Prince
Cinderella with the mice.
Mean Step-Mother, Drisella and Annastasia
My favorite princess gets her happy ever after...
Belle & Cogsworth
Beast transformed with Belle
Curtain Call with Minnie & Mickey
We had a fabulous time. I've seen many Disney stage shows over the years. Let's face it, I started going to Disney Live before I had kids. I'm that big of a fan. This was one of the best productions I've ever seen. High quality costumes, sound was terrific and the show moves fast enough to keep even the littlest ones involved. There were children of all ages singing along and cheering the stories to a happy ending. If you ever want to see a high quality production that isn't exorbitant in pricing, be sure to look for Feld Entertainment's Disney Live. Well worth it for Disney fans of all ages.