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Disney's "frozen" On Ice Coming To St. Louis - The Edwardsville Intelligencer : News

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Louis - The Edwardsville Intelligencer : News Cabaret Showcase Youth Productions Theater Group will present their Summer Musical West Side Story on Saturday, July 12 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p posted: July 10 No doubt about it, a cancer diagnosis will change many aspects of a persons life forever. Just ask Denise Horton of Prairietown. However, one posted: July 10 Disney's "Frozen" on ice coming to St. Louis For the Intelligencer The Edwardsville Intelligencer | 0comments Feld Entertainment, Inc., the worldwide leader in producing live touring family entertainment, today announced that its 34th Disney On Ice spectacular will bring the Academy Award winning and number one animated feature film of all time, Disney's Frozen, to life. Disney On Ice presents Frozen visits St. Louis from February 26 to March 1 for eight performances at Scottrade Center; tickets went on sale Thursday.. The Academy Award winning tale will be told live for the first time in this production, capturing the dynamic of two royal sisters, Anna and Elsa. Anna, a girl with an extraordinary heart, embarks on an epic journey to find her sister, the magical Elsa, who is determined to remain secluded as she finally feels free to test the limits of her powers. Rugged mountain man Kristoff, his loyal reindeer Sven, the lovable and hilarious snowman Olaf and the mystical trolls help Anna along the way in this story about love conquering fear. Audiences will get to sing along with such musical masterpieces as "Let it Go," "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" and "Fixer Upper." "In our more than 30 years of producing Disney On Ice shows, Feld Entertainment has been waiting for a film like this," says producer Nicole Feld. "While it might seem obvious that Frozen is well suited for the ice, this Disney On Ice production will touch audiences emotionally through innovative show elements and world-class skating." Frozen directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee add, "Seeing audiences around the world embrace Frozen has been the experience of a lifetime. And to now have the chance to consult with the talented team at Feld Entertainment and watch their creation come to life on ice, is thrilling." In Disney On Ice presents Frozen, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse take the audience through the magical story based in Arendelle, with special appearances by beloved Disney princesses and favorite characters from Disney/Pixar's Toy Story and Finding Nemo and Disney's The Lion King, who come together to prove that true love is the greatest power of all. Director Patty Vincent says, "Our goal is to showcase these heartwarming characters in a way that allows the audience to cheer and sing along throughout this emotional journey." To create a completely immersive experience for the audience, the set design will encompass the space from the ice surface up through the air, drawing everyone into the story and closer to the characters. Families will feel that they are trekking up to the orlando vacation packages North Mountains with Anna, Kristoff and Sven, and they will tangibly experience the storm inside Elsa. Elsa's magic will be enhanced by state-of-the art special effects while her emotions will be conveyed through powerful skating. Venue: Scottrade Center, 1401 Clark Ave., St.
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Of course, Disney films play on the bus and we play Disney Jeopardy. "Tinker Belle" picks up our luggage and delivers it to our hotel room; we don't even have to check in; the guides hand out the keys and help amuse the kids. They have everything we need hand sanitizer, snacks, sun screen. (Read my trip diaries on www.takingthekids.com.)

These are expensive trips starting at more than $5,000 per person in Norway, just slightly less for kids, plus airfare and tips for the guides. You travel in a group of 40 and if your kids are prone to motion sickness, this itinerary, with so much time on winding roads, may not be for you either. The days are very long and you will change hotels several times not easy when you have to keep kids organized. Even I struggled, thinking I'd lost a shoe at one of the hotels, only to find it later in my husband's suitcase.

But there are a lot of pluses to an escorted tour, especially in an expensive country where it can be difficult to reach the sites you want to see. Not only does someone else sweat the details but one of our two guides, Torgeir Skjerdal, grew up on a farm here and is a wealth of fun facts.
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