The first showing of the new collaboration between Disney and Cirque du Soleil, Drawn to Life, has been delayed once again.

  • The first show was planned to take place on November 5 at the Cirque du Soleil theater in Disney Springs as tickets went on sale last month.
  • Now, it appears the first show will instead take place on November 17.

  • The show still appears to be scheduled five days a week with one performance each day, and is typically dark on Sundays and Mondays.
  • Shows are also now scheduled through March, 2021.
  • The new show follows the story of Julie, a courageous and determined girl who discovers an unexpected gift left by her late father: an unfinished animation piece. Guided by a surprising pencil, she embarks on an inspiring quest sprinkled with her Disney childhood memories. Through this journey, she learns to imagine new possibilities and animate the story of her future.
  • You can order your tickets for Drawn to Life now.

More on Drawn to Life:

  • Disney shared the a video that reveals more details about the upcoming performance.
  • Drawn to Life is written and directed by Michel Laprise and Fabrice Becker, and is a collaboration between:
    • Cirque du Soleil
    • Walt Disney Animation Studios
    • Walt Disney Imagineering
  • The show was originally planned to open for previews March 20, 2020 with the first official show planned for April 17.