Every year my family attends the opening night of Disney on Ice at the Staples Center and we have a blast. But this year, I think my 20 year old daughter enjoyed this show more than any of the other shows. This show took her back in time to her childhood. I think she was singing louder than the children seated around us.
As we joined Mickey and Minnie in celebrating a Very Merry Unbirthday Party along with the Mardi Gras with Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen, Alice and the Mad Hatter, we laughed, danced and applauded.
That was the beginning! We attended the Royal Valentines Day ball with Disney Princesses. At the end of that portion of the show, my son was asking to see Princess and the Frog. I am more than positive he saw the movie, but the show inspired him to see it again.
When Lilo and Stitch skated out for their Hawaiian Luau. Once again, I was loudly cheering. After many days/months/years of watching Lilo and Stitch with my daughter, when she was growing up, I nick named one of my nephews Stitch. So you could only imagine, my excitement to see them in the show.
Do not be frightened, but there was a Halloween haunt with the Disney villains. I think I almost lost my mind when Cruella Deville appeared. Everyone loves to hate Cruella.
As I was clapping in my seat for Cruella, my son was screaming Jack Skellington. There was literally a character in the show that we all loved.
As we experienced what seemed like every holiday of the year, the Winter Wonderland, with Woody, Jessie and Buzz added to my holiday cheer.
This show was one of the best shows, it gets better and better every year. There was none stop high energy. If you have not seen the show there is still time.
Happy New Year!!!
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