Monday, February 20, 2012

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Disney On Ice Presents "Dare To Dream"


Last Saturday, we had the pleasure of attending Disney On Ice: Dare To Dream at the TD Garden in Boston.  The show will be running during the entire February school vacation week through Sunday, February 26th.  What a great way for us to kick off school vacation week for our children!  I have shared some of my family's favorite parts of the show with you below, but you can view all my Disney On Ice: Dare To Dream photos on the 3G2S Facebook page.



Compared to the last Disney On Ice show we attended, Treasure Trove, this one told three complete stories rather than one significant scene from many Disney films.  Since this show was about dreams, the stories included were that of The Princess and the Frog, Cinderella, and Tangled.

I think our whole family agreed that Cinderella's coach was very impressive.  Our 5 year old daughter's favorite part was the character Rapunzel.  My husband was most impressed by the horse Maximus in Tangled.  I have to agree with him, but the part I always enjoy the most is the finale in which all the Disney Princes and Princesses come onto the ice.  In this case, they were all guests at the grand celebration of the return of the lost princess Rapunzel.

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I should also point out that there were some stunts that looked a little risky in this show.  At one point, Flynn Rider is lowered and raised in a harness.  There was quite a routine with Flynn and Rapunzel when she finally leaves the tower for the first time.  Both characters spent quite a lot of time airborne, holding onto only the fabric that represented Rapunzel's long golden hair.


I highly recommend this show for children who have good attention spans since there are three complete tales told.  To learn more about this and other Disney On Ice shows, visit Disney On Ice on Facebook.  For showtimes and ticket prices, visit Ticketmaster.com.


Thank you to Feld Entertainment for providing show tickets for my family to facilitate this review.