The highly anticipated touring show Disney Princess – The Concert has cancelled all performances through the end of the year. The tour will start in February and continue with currently scheduled shows.
- BroadwayWorld is reporting that Disney Princess – The Concert has cancelled all planned performances through the end of 2021.
- Originally slated to kick off on November 1, 2021 in Macon, GA the tour will now start with scheduled performances from February 1, 2022 (Enid, OK) and beyond.
- Disney Princess – The Concert has rescheduled dates for the cancelled November and December 2021 shows to a similar time frame in 2022. Ticket holders are encouraged to contact their point of sale for more information and options.
- This special tour is part of Disney’s Ultimate Princess Celebration that’s shining a spotlight on various princesses and their qualities of courage and kindness.
- Disney Princess – The Concert is set to feature live performances of beloved Disney songs sung by Broadway stars:
- Susan Egan (Belle)
- Courtney Reed – (Jasmine)
- Aisha Jackson – (Anna)
- Syndee Winters – (Nala)
- Christy Altomare – (Anastasia)
- Laura Osnes – (Cinderella)
- Anneliese van der Pol (Belle)
- Benjamin Rahaula
- Adam J Levy
What They’re Saying:
- BroadwayWorld obtained an exclusive statement from the production that states: "Out of the best interests for the health and safety of our ticket buyers and their families, Disney Princess – The Concert shows scheduled to take place between November 1 and December 12, 2021 are being rescheduled to 2022. While purchased tickets will be honored for any rescheduled shows where possible, please contact your point of purchase for all options, including refunds. If your show has unfortunately not been rescheduled at this time, please contact your point of purchase for a full refund. Shows scheduled between February 1 and April 16, 2022 remain as planned."
ICYMI – Broadway News:
- Last month Disney on Broadway’s Aladdin and The Lion King resumed performances after being closed for more than a year. However, breakthrough COVID-19 cases reported within the Aladdin cast has caused the show to suspend performances through October 10th.