Houston, Texas Schedule
Houston, we have magic… what kind exactly? We have Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic!
We can definitely rely on the Reliant Stadium to house such an enormous quantity of magic and Disney lovers in Texas. While
Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic was put in motion in 2001 as part of a birthday celebration. More than ten years later,
the magnificent ice skating show pursues its journey across North America and back with a bit more music behind its curtain.
On November 6, 2013 to November 10, 2013, the lone star state audiences will experience more than 100 years worth of Disney
magic on and off the ice. But the question that many of us want to know is, if everything is bigger in Texas, then how much
bigger and better will Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic be in Houston?
What we know for sure is that there is nothing
more exciting than ice-skating filled with magic and the most adored characters of the Disney magic-plex. Just wait until
you are will the Reliant Stadium singing, "My, oh my, what a wonderful display," in addition to telling your colleagues, family
and friends just how spectacular Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic is. That is, how Disney's magic on ice marvelously improved
your otherwise manic day into a sunshine-full, blue bird-on-my-shoulder type of week. There is no doubt that Disney on Ice:
100 Years of Magic and will only be the biggest and best in can be in Houston.
The Magic Plot
On Ice: 100 Years of Magic, Houston attendees across all generations will love watching sixty-five of Walt Disney's most coveted
characters glide across the ice. The spectacular is not simply about showcasing its colorful caste of characters through ice-skating
cameos; there are also eighteen of Disney's beloved tales that are brought to life on the ice. If there is one thing that
audiences are guaranteed to experience is magic… the Reliant Stadium is well equipped to house a show of such magical
magnificence. The spirit of Disney and its years of experience are set to bring smiles to the faces and laughter to the eyes
of all who attend. The excitement that comes along with Mickey Mouse makes anyone who spent their youth watching the Mickey
Mouse Club sing out, "Micky Mouse! (Donald Duck)." It is for certain that all things Mickey Mouse will remind the mixed generations
in the audience of lying on the floor in front of the television, thinking about how awesome it would be to be a Mouseketeer.
A Mouseketeer just like Annette Funicello, Britney Spears or Ryan Gosling. As it turns out, Houston, the Reliant Stadium has
got something even better than sitting in front of the television screen mesmerized by one's love of Disney. You can watch
your favorite scenes from The Lion King, Toy Story, Mulan and Finding Nemo. Do you and your son or daughter adore Disney Princesses?
Well, Jiminy Cricket, will be on ice too, so you can rest assured that purchasing a ticket to give this magical opportunity
to your family is in good conscious.
Colorfully Costumed Cast of Characters
Houston audiences are in store
for a vibrantly colored costumed cast of talented princesses, mice, toys, goofy, a cricket, wooden boy, lions, fish, superheroes
artfully skating across the ice. Okay, not just any ol' cricket, mouse or toy, the cast is comprised of Disney's most loved
characters. To name a few of these famous personalities, you will see Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Nemo, Simba,
Mulan, Princess Bell and the Incredibles. There is no doubt that it takes one graceful Duck to skate on ice.
The creative genius behind Disney On Ice: 200 Years of Magic is the Walt Disney Company. More specifically,
The Disney Theatrical Group is culprit for ensuring wonderful live performances on ice and on stage. Never question the power
of experience and age, the Walt Disney Studios has been active for nearly 90 years and does brilliant work at bringing the
magic of Disney to its audiences across the globe.
"Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" is a well-known Disney
tune that was originally written for the film, Song of the South. The song is now incredibly recognizable and may be heard
in a number of places. One of those places is when the Bun-Bun Brothers, a group of singing bunny rabbits, sang it during
an episode of Jim Henson's The Muppet Show that starred Alan Arkin.
Who knew that during the 1980s, the Jim Henson Company,
which is known for The Muppet Show, Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock, almost entered a merger with Disney. Can you envision
Kermit the Frog becoming a Disney prince, after being kissed by a Disney princess? One can only imagine how Miss Piggy would
have handled Kermie's transformation. As it turns out, the merger was close to completion when tragedy struck. Henson's unexpected
and upsetting death at the age of 53 led to the end of the proposed deal. Following the master puppeteer's death, the Jim
Hensen Company collaborated with the Walt Disney Company to produce and release The Muppet Christmas Carol and Muppet Treasure
Island. Another interesting tidbit is that Walt Disney Home Video is known to have released a number of Sesame Street videos
in the United Kingdom.
Lastly, did you know that Walt Disney is that he lived in Marceline, Missouri for a period of
time during in his youth? It is true. There is even an entire museum dedicated to him there. It is called the Walt Disney
Hometown Museum. The relatively modest museum claims to be the place "where Walt found the magic!" Its mission is an important
one. It is to serve as a reminder to everyone that magic can happen. It aims to "ensure the world never forgets that Walt
Disney was a simple farm boy from Marceline who grew to become the keeper of childhood magic." In remembrance of Walt Disney,
Disney On Ice: 100 Years of Magic is an inspirational showcase of Disney's childhood magic, one that will ensure you have
"plenty of sunshine coming your way."