I and my family recently was able to attend Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic at the Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania.My great nephew Kione had just turned 2 years old March 3rd so I took him and my family to see the show for his 2nd birthday gift.I was worried that Kione would be fussy during the show.He did wonderful but the last ten minutes he was starting to get sleepy and a little restless and I also was not sure if my little girl Amelia would be alright watching the show,she was just recently diagnosed with Autism and I was not sure if it would be sensory overload for her,if she would have a meltdown before,during or after the show. But, as it turns out,she did wonderful and enjoyed the show.Disney magic never gets old, regardless of your age. The show included so many Disney movies and characters (even a scene from “It’s a Small World”) that there was something that everyone enjoyed.I started to cry when I saw Jiminy Cricket,he is and always will be my favorite of all the Disney Characters.kids and adults, boys and girls, young and old loved it.I heard children and adults singing the songs including my family.I also heard young teenagers say "I am sixteen but I feel like a kid again,I am really enjoying this show." My family had a wonderful time together!
Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic features 60 characters from 18 different Disney stories. You’ll see characters from The Lion King, Mulan,Pinocchio; and Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Toy Story. And of course, there are MANY Disney Princesses and Princes, plus Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck.
What I really loved about the shows lineup was that there was less frightening villains and scenes. My little girl Amelia was a little frightened by some of the loud noises,the dark and some of the sinister characters.She would just hold her ears or but her hands over her face because of her autism.Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic does an excellent job of celebrating Disney through the years without trying to scare the kids in the audience.They have Bruce the shark from Finding Nemo, Monstro the Whale from Pinocchio and Shan-Yu from Mulan, but they're not likely to make little children want to hide.
The show has wonderful and exciting special effects.They had magical underwater bubbles, giant whales and sharks, falling snow, It’s a Small World in lights, bright fireworks – and even 20 dancing Genies. You will always be in for a surprise at this show! The entire show lasted 2 hours total and includes a few short intermissions. If you were able to go see Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic this season, please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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