In this live production, stars from Broadway and Disney’s animated films perform Disney Princess songs and share behind-the-scenes stories from their time portraying princesses “on the stage and screen.” There are performances happening all over the country next year, but soon you could meet some of the stars of the show in person in Disney World! Here’s how to do it.
They’ll be there to meet guests and sign limited-edition poster keepsakes from 11AM to 1PM. If you’re hoping to meet them, you’ll want to get there early! The virtual queue for this meet-and-greet will begin at 9:15AM, and it’s going to be done on a first come, first serve basis. The performers that will be there are Susan Egan, Courtney Reed, Anneliese van der Pol, and Syndee Winters.
And if you want a sneak peek of the real-life princesses’ show, head to the Waterside Stage in Disney Springs at 3PM for a 20-minute showcase of Disney Princess — the Concert.
Susan Egan has performed in many starring roles, but you’ll probably know her best as the original Belle from Disney’s Broadway production of Beauty and the Beast, or from her role as Meg in the Disney animated film Hercules!
Courtney Reed also starred as a Disney Princess on Broadway, as the first Princess Jasmine in the stage production of Aladdin on Broadway.
Anneliese van der Pol was the last actress to play Belle in Broadway’s Beauty and the Beast before the show closed in 2007. You might also know her as “Chelsea Daniels,” the best friend of Raven-Symoné on Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven.
Syndee Winters has starred on Broadway as Nala for Disney’s The Lion King production.
You can meet all these princesses at Disney Springs on November 8th — just head to the Pandora store between 11AM and 1PM, and check out the sneak peek of the show at 3PM at the Waterside Stage.
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