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Published: Thursday, October 25, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Disney on Ice returning to Comcast Arena

  • Disney on Ice returns Nov. 1-4.

    Feld Entertainment

    Disney on Ice returns Nov. 1-4.

When audiences see Disney On Ice, "Dare to Dream," they may feel like they are in a dream -- the little girls will, anyway.
This show is heavy on princesses but includes some high-flying stunts, a skating horse and skating frogs, Mickey and Minnie and some crazy beautiful choreography performed fluidly and magically on those thin blades.
"Dare to Dream" lets audiences experience several of Disney's hit movies, such as "Tangled," in which Rapunzel, Flynn and faithful horse Maximus take off on an adventurous journey.
Then the show leads audiences to the bayou with a boogie beat that starts off with a fateful kiss as Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen from "The Princess and the Frog" embark on another journey.
The dream does have a happy ending as the glass slipper fits on Cinderella's foot and she and her Prince Charming are at last joined.
The finale has many of Disney's famous princesses on the ice for a special send-off.
"Dare to Dream" will be presented at various times from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4 at Comcast Arena, 2000 Hewitt Ave., Everett.
Ticket prices range from $18 to $70. Kids tickets for ages 2 to 12 will be available for $12 for selected seats at selected shows, online at DisneyOnIce.com, or call 866-332-8499.
For more information, see www.comcastareaneverett.com.
Herald staff
Story tags » DanceTheaterEntertainment (general)EverettFamily fun

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