From Snow White's Heigh Ho to Moana's How Far I'll Go, this family-friendly concert is sure to please. Children and adults share the stage to pay tribute to the giant of entertainment, Walt Disney, with song and storytelling. Join us as we celebrate 80 years of music that has become synonymous with comfort food. Children are invited to attend dressed as their favorite Disney character, and take part in the Mickey Mouse Parade that starts off Act 2.
DISNEY IS SPECIAL, there's no denying that. It's often the producer of one of the first major-motion pictures we might see as children. Even as we grow through adolescence and into adulthood, we see the movies, sing the songs, visit the parks, and eat Mickey Mouse shaped ice creams with bubblegum eyes. It is a brand name that is recognized and loved around the world. Why? Because it's likely that Disney was there for us in many parts of our lives, helping us create happy memories. Our first words, family vacations, making new friends -- all thanks to Disney! At Milwaukee Metro Voices, we would like to create another happy memory for you. There's so much confusion, negativity, and fear circulating worldwide news right now, but there is something we must remember -- Disney always has a happy ending. Always. Thank you for joining us, and we hope that our performance allows you sit back, relax, and smile. Know that there is still good in this world, and more goodness is just getting started. And remember, with Disney, there's always a happy ending. Always.
The show is directed by Lindsey Erin, musical director is Trefor Williams, technical director is Colin Gawronski, stage management is Gary Shultz, marketing is Emory Churness and most importantly the show is conceived, written and produced by Barbara Czarkowski for In Good Company.