Disney musical brings classic fairy tales to HK

08:55, July 01, 2010      

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Disney's musical "Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales" on stage at the Hong Kong Coliseum [Photo: CFP.cn]

The Disney musical "Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales" was recently staged in Hong Kong. Audiences there were able to enjoy adventures with Mickey, Minnie and Donald Duck last weekend at the Hong Kong Coliseum, CFP.cn reports.

The story begins with a magic book hiding in Mickey's loft. Out of curiosity, Mickey and his friends Minnie, Donald Duck and Goofy are taken on a fantastic journey within the three classic Disney fairy tales "Snow White", "Cinderella" and "Beauty and the Beast".

The show was filled with colorful costumes dancing upon an elaborate stage design. It also showcased the latest in stage lighting technology, which helped to provide audiences with a visual spectacle.

Producer Alana Feld said the theme of the imaginative musical is "the dream can be true." The producer hoped the audience enjoyed the music and dancing as they shared a laugh with the family while watching the adventures of Mickey and his friends.

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