MomMomOnTheGo’s Toronto correspondent, Fern, was in the field again checking out Disney Live. Here is what Fern has to say about another awesome Disney show.
My daughter and her friend were super excited about going to Disney Live! Rockin Road show. It was a first for all of us, so we were not sure what to expect.
The show started at 10:30 and ended at 12 with a short intermission which was perfect for the young audience in attendance.
We were surrounded by girls wearing Minnie ears, and boys all decked out in their Toy Story gear. As is typical with any Disney show there were lots of expensive toys to be had, but that did not stop any of the parents or grandparents from spoiling their kids.
The show featured all of the gang: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and even had Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Cinderella, and Tigger! (who in my opinion stole the show). It was a well put together, fast-paced and entertaining show.
The premise of the show was putting together a talent show and finding talent along the way on the Mickey bus. A number of digital images helped in enhancing the show and making one believe that they were underwater and part of the wild west scene.
All the girls oohed and aaahed when Cinderella made her way onto the stage and sang a song for Mickey and Minnie.
The Army men from Toy Story were a hit among the boys in the crowd, as they helped in moving the bus along when it got a flat tire. From there we meet more Toy Story characters including Woody, Jessie and Buzz Light Year. Buzz Light Year entered the stage from being suspended in the air. He was a big hit in the second half of the show performing a circus act for the crowd.
My favorite part of the show hands down was Tigger’s performance in the talent show. With upbeat and modern tunes, Tigger’s dancing really got the audience involved. Children stood up to dance in the aisles and were thoroughly entertained when 3 huge balls were thrown into the audience for them to hit.
It was great to end the show with Donald finally being able to light the dynamite, sending confetti out into the audience to squeals of delight.
All in all an entertaining show. I would definitely recommend Disney Live for kids 5 and under since that seems to be the target audience.
Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo’s Toronto correspondent was provided tickets for the purpose of conducting this review.