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''Disney On Ice'' is an ongoing series of touring ice-skating shows produced by Feld Entertainment, a company most famous as the current producer of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus tours. As with Ringling Bros., the shows perform in arenas; unlike Ringling Bros. the shows tour far beyond the United States.

Launched in 1981, each show features a variety of classic and modern Disney (and, since the late 1990s, {{Pixar}}) characters played by costumed skaters who mime to a recorded soundtrack. Formats vary from show to show, but boil down to one of the following three:

# A MassiveMultiplayerCrossover with Mickey Mouse and other ClassicDisneyShorts characters introducing (and often interacting with) other characters in a variety of segments grouped around a loose theme or storyline.
# A full retelling of a DisneyAnimatedCanon or {{Pixar}} film, in which case other Disney/Pixar characters may appear at the beginning and closing of the show.
# Condensed retellings of various films, with Mickey and Co. presenting linking material; as of TheNewTens, the most popular setup.

The Other Wiki's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_on_ice entry includes a list]] of most of the shows over the years, as well as more detailed info about the currently running productions. At the TurnOfTheMillennium Feld Entertainment launched a sister franchise, ''Disney Live!'', whose shows offer similar fare but tour proscenium theaters.

!!!These theatrical shows include examples of:
* AdaptationExpansion: In TheEighties, the ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' show ran a full '''three hours''' with intermission, which is twice the length of the original film. Some of the added material was solely to work in specialty acts (three servants making like Film/TheThreeStooges while cleaning up in the Queen's lab/dungeon, etc.) but this version also had Snow White, a few years before the film's events begin, attempt to run away from home. She meets Doc in the forest, and after he convinces her to go back, he meets each of the other six dwarfs for the first time and they all become friends.
* AudienceParticipation: Varies from show to show. There's usually one or two segments where the audience is encouraged to clap along to the music. Some shows allow families (or at least the kids) in the front row to ride out onto the ice on "boats", "mine carts", etc. during one segment. In ''Dare to Dream'' and ''Treasure Trove'' a child is picked to help send up the first floating lantern for the "I See the Light" sequence in the ''{{Tangled}}'' retelling. Verges on FromBeyondTheFourthWall in the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show: Instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar traps him in chains...while the other characters are occupied, the hero quietly enlists some kids in the front row to free him.
* CashCowFranchise: Eight different shows are running worldwide at any given time these days.
* CompressedAdaptation: Most of the shows since the TurnOfTheMillennium feature condensed versions of several different films, to maximize the number of popular characters who can appear. (As one example, ''Dare to Dream'' presents condensed versions of ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', ''{{Tangled}}'', and ''ThePrincessAndTheFrog''.) The more movies represented, the more compressed the adaptations are.
* CostumePorn: In order to live up to how the characters appear in the movies, the costumes are by neccessity elaborate.
* CutSong: At least two shows each used one from the films they were adapting -- "Human Again" as an instrumental for a pairs skating routine in Gaston's tavern at the start of Act Two of ''Beauty and the Beast'', and "Master of the Lamp" as a brief comic piece for Jafar in ''Aladdin''.
* DisneyFairies: One segment in ''Worlds of Fantasy''. Tinkerbell, of course, always turns up in a show if ''Disney/PeterPan'' is represented in some way.
* DisneyPrincess: One or more appear in most of the shows.
* DisneyThemeParks: The setting of the second and third tours, as well as the more recent ''Disneyland Adventure''. This is only fitting, as these shows are along the same lines as live entertainment at the parks.
* EverythingsBetterWithMotorcycles: An emcee rode out onto the ice on a flashy motorcycle at the start of the 10th anniversary show for no reason other than this trope.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Indeed!
* EverythingsBetterWithSparkles: Especially on princesses and [[Main/DisneyFairies pixies]], but even Mickey and Minnie break out the sequined duds on occasion.
* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: The skaters' choreography always includes plenty of spins.
* IncredibleShrinkingMan: [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Don Karnage]] does this to Mickey and the gang in the ''Double Feature... Live!'' show.
* LongRunners: Via periodic updates, ''Mickey & Minnie's Magical Journey'' has been running since 1995 and ''100 Years of Magic'' since 1999.
* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: As one of the wilder examples, the 10th anniversary show in 1990 brought Mickey and the gang, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' together in one time-and-space traveling plot.
* TheMerch: T-shirts, light-up wands, dolls, programs, reusable snowcone mugs, etc.
* MilestoneCelebration: In TheEighties there were shows themed around DonaldDuck's 50th birthday and Mickey Mouse's 60th. The franchise itself mounted a 10th anniversary show, and ''100 Years of Magic'' marked Walt Disney's centennial.
* NoFourthWall: Mickey and co. are emcees presenting the shows to the audience, and are thus well aware of it; other characters often acknowledge the audience as well (see AudienceParticipation above). In the ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' adaptation from TheEighties, a frustrated Stromboli announced the intermission and even asked for the house lights to be brought up.
* OnIce: One of the best-known real life examples of this trope.
* TheOtherDarrin: Prior to 1988, the characters were not voiced by their official voice actors.
** The 10th anniversary show features a scene where Roger Rabbit gets Jessica and Eddie to help him cheer up Scrooge [=McDuck=]. The program for the show does not have Kathleen Turner or Bob Hoskins listed in the voice credits, so obviously Jessica and Eddie fell victim to this trope.
* PantomimeAnimal: Maximus (''Disney/{{Tangled}}'') in ''Rockin' Ever After'' is a pantomime horse on ice. A pantomime camel turned up in ''Aladdin''.
* TheRival: The ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_capades Ice Capades]]'', which started in 1940. Their revue format usually meant a segment or two based around a popular kid-friendly franchise (Disney characters appeared in the shows well into the 1960s); ''Disney On Ice'' came out on top when ''Ice Capades'' went bust in TheNineties.
* ScreenToStageAdaptation
* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, ''DisneyOnParade'', a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].
* TitleTheAdaptation: ''Disney's HighSchoolMusical: The Ice Tour'', which actually adapted the first two films, one for each act.
* TwoForOneShow: The ''Double Feature... Live!'' show in 1991. The first half of the show focused on Mickey and friends visiting [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Cape Suzette]] and getting shrunk alongside an IndianaJones {{Expy}}, and the second half had Roger Rabbit presenting short vignettes starring Chip 'n Dale and WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck.

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''Disney On Ice'' is an ongoing series of touring ice-skating shows produced by Feld Entertainment, a company most famous as the current producer of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus tours. As with Ringling Bros., the shows perform in arenas; unlike Ringling Bros. the shows tour far beyond the United States.

Launched in 1981, each show features a variety of classic and modern Disney (and, since the late 1990s, {{Pixar}}) characters played by costumed skaters who mime to a recorded soundtrack. Formats vary from show to show, but boil down to one of the following three:

# A MassiveMultiplayerCrossover with Mickey Mouse and other ClassicDisneyShorts characters introducing (and often interacting with) other characters in a variety of segments grouped around a loose theme or storyline.
# A full retelling of a DisneyAnimatedCanon or {{Pixar}} film, in which case other Disney/Pixar characters may appear at the beginning and closing of the show.
# Condensed retellings of various films, with Mickey and Co. presenting linking material; as of TheNewTens, the most popular setup.

The Other Wiki's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_on_ice entry includes a list]] of most of the shows over the years, as well as more detailed info about the currently running productions. At the TurnOfTheMillennium Feld Entertainment launched a sister franchise, ''Disney Live!'', whose shows offer similar fare but tour proscenium theaters.

!!!These theatrical shows include examples of:
* AdaptationExpansion: In TheEighties, the ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' show ran a full '''three hours''' with intermission, which is twice the length of the original film. Some of the added material was solely to work in specialty acts (three servants making like Film/TheThreeStooges while cleaning up in the Queen's lab/dungeon, etc.) but this version also had Snow White, a few years before the film's events begin, attempt to run away from home. She meets Doc in the forest, and after he convinces her to go back, he meets each of the other six dwarfs for the first time and they all become friends.
* AudienceParticipation: Varies from show to show. There's usually one or two segments where the audience is encouraged to clap along to the music. Some shows allow families (or at least the kids) in the front row to ride out onto the ice on "boats", "mine carts", etc. during one segment. In ''Dare to Dream'' and ''Treasure Trove'' a child is picked to help send up the first floating lantern for the "I See the Light" sequence in the ''{{Tangled}}'' retelling. Verges on FromBeyondTheFourthWall in the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show: Instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar traps him in chains...while the other characters are occupied, the hero quietly enlists some kids in the front row to free him.
* CashCowFranchise: Eight different shows are running worldwide at any given time these days.
* CompressedAdaptation: Most of the shows since the TurnOfTheMillennium feature condensed versions of several different films, to maximize the number of popular characters who can appear. (As one example, ''Dare to Dream'' presents condensed versions of ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', ''{{Tangled}}'', and ''ThePrincessAndTheFrog''.) The more movies represented, the more compressed the adaptations are.
* CostumePorn: In order to live up to how the characters appear in the movies, the costumes are by neccessity elaborate.
* CutSong: At least two shows each used one from the films they were adapting -- "Human Again" as an instrumental for a pairs skating routine in Gaston's tavern at the start of Act Two of ''Beauty and the Beast'', and "Master of the Lamp" as a brief comic piece for Jafar in ''Aladdin''.
* DisneyFairies: One segment in ''Worlds of Fantasy''. Tinkerbell, of course, always turns up in a show if ''Disney/PeterPan'' is represented in some way.
* DisneyPrincess: One or more appear in most of the shows.
* DisneyThemeParks: The setting of the second and third tours, as well as the more recent ''Disneyland Adventure''. This is only fitting, as these shows are along the same lines as live entertainment at the parks.
* EverythingsBetterWithMotorcycles: An emcee rode out onto the ice on a flashy motorcycle at the start of the 10th anniversary show for no reason other than this trope.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Indeed!
* EverythingsBetterWithSparkles: Especially on princesses and [[Main/DisneyFairies pixies]], but even Mickey and Minnie break out the sequined duds on occasion.
* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: The skaters' choreography always includes plenty of spins.
* IncredibleShrinkingMan: [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Don Karnage]] does this to Mickey and the gang in the ''Double Feature... Live!'' show.
* LongRunners: Via periodic updates, ''Mickey & Minnie's Magical Journey'' has been running since 1995 and ''100 Years of Magic'' since 1999.
* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: As one of the wilder examples, the 10th anniversary show in 1990 brought Mickey and the gang, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' together in one time-and-space traveling plot.
* TheMerch: T-shirts, light-up wands, dolls, programs, reusable snowcone mugs, etc.
* MilestoneCelebration: In TheEighties there were shows themed around DonaldDuck's 50th birthday and Mickey Mouse's 60th. The franchise itself mounted a 10th anniversary show, and ''100 Years of Magic'' marked Walt Disney's centennial.
* NoFourthWall: Mickey and co. are emcees presenting the shows to the audience, and are thus well aware of it; other characters often acknowledge the audience as well (see AudienceParticipation above). In the ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' adaptation from TheEighties, a frustrated Stromboli announced the intermission and even asked for the house lights to be brought up.
* OnIce: One of the best-known real life examples of this trope.
* TheOtherDarrin: Prior to 1988, the characters were not voiced by their official voice actors.
** The 10th anniversary show features a scene where Roger Rabbit gets Jessica and Eddie to help him cheer up Scrooge [=McDuck=]. The program for the show does not have Kathleen Turner or Bob Hoskins listed in the voice credits, so obviously Jessica and Eddie fell victim to this trope.
* PantomimeAnimal: Maximus (''Disney/{{Tangled}}'') in ''Rockin' Ever After'' is a pantomime horse on ice. A pantomime camel turned up in ''Aladdin''.
* TheRival: The ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_capades Ice Capades]]'', which started in 1940. Their revue format usually meant a segment or two based around a popular kid-friendly franchise (Disney characters appeared in the shows well into the 1960s); ''Disney On Ice'' came out on top when ''Ice Capades'' went bust in TheNineties.
* ScreenToStageAdaptation
* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, ''DisneyOnParade'', a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].
* TitleTheAdaptation: ''Disney's HighSchoolMusical: The Ice Tour'', which actually adapted the first two films, one for each act.
* TwoForOneShow: The ''Double Feature... Live!'' show in 1991. The first half of the show focused on Mickey and friends visiting [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Cape Suzette]] and getting shrunk alongside an IndianaJones {{Expy}}, and the second half had Roger Rabbit presenting short vignettes starring Chip 'n Dale and WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck.
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28th Jan '13 7:00:56 PM nombretomado
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* AdaptationExpansion: In TheEighties, the ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' show ran a full '''three hours''' with intermission, which is twice the length of the original film. Some of the added material was solely to work in specialty acts (three servants making like TheThreeStooges while cleaning up in the Queen's lab/dungeon, etc.) but this version also had Snow White, a few years before the film's events begin, attempt to run away from home. She meets Doc in the forest, and after he convinces her to go back, he meets each of the other six dwarfs for the first time and they all become friends.

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* AdaptationExpansion: In TheEighties, the ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' show ran a full '''three hours''' with intermission, which is twice the length of the original film. Some of the added material was solely to work in specialty acts (three servants making like TheThreeStooges Film/TheThreeStooges while cleaning up in the Queen's lab/dungeon, etc.) but this version also had Snow White, a few years before the film's events begin, attempt to run away from home. She meets Doc in the forest, and after he convinces her to go back, he meets each of the other six dwarfs for the first time and they all become friends.
8th Jan '13 2:34:06 PM Disney23
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, "Disney On Parade", a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, "Disney On Parade", ''DisneyOnParade'', a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].
8th Jan '13 2:09:53 PM Disney23
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, "Disney On Parade", a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtu.be/dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, "Disney On Parade", a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtu.be/dPuv7OGgNz8 [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].
8th Jan '13 2:08:26 PM Disney23
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, "Disney On Parade", a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs Here's a commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The ice show is this towards an earlier traveling show, "Disney On Parade", a series of shows from the 1970s, each with different units themed to different Disney movies. Just imagine that show without ice and you've got a basic idea for the ice show. [[http://youtu.be/dPuv7OGgNz8 Here's an hour-long Disney TV show from 1971]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yB1LViBRXs Here's a and commercial from one run of the show in 1974]].
1st Dec '12 1:48:59 PM nombretomado
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* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: As one of the wilder examples, the 10th anniversary show in 1990 brought Mickey and the gang, ''DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' together in one time-and-space traveling plot.

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* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: As one of the wilder examples, the 10th anniversary show in 1990 brought Mickey and the gang, ''DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', and ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' together in one time-and-space traveling plot.



* TwoForOneShow: The ''Double Feature... Live!'' show in 1991. The first half of the show focused on Mickey and friends visiting [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Cape Suzette]] and getting shrunk alongside an IndianaJones {{Expy}}, and the second half had Roger Rabbit presenting short vignettes starring Chip 'n Dale and WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck.

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* TwoForOneShow: The ''Double Feature... Live!'' show in 1991. The first half of the show focused on Mickey and friends visiting [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Cape Suzette]] and getting shrunk alongside an IndianaJones {{Expy}}, and the second half had Roger Rabbit presenting short vignettes starring Chip 'n Dale and WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck.
23rd Nov '12 12:14:02 PM Sapphirea
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* PantomimeAnimal: Maximus (''Disney/{{Tangled}}'') in ''Rockin' Ever After'' is a pantomime horse on ice.

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* PantomimeAnimal: Maximus (''Disney/{{Tangled}}'') in ''Rockin' Ever After'' is a pantomime horse on ice. A pantomime camel turned up in ''Aladdin''.
14th Nov '12 7:59:52 AM Sapphirea
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* AudienceParticipation: Varies from show to show. There's usually one or two segments where the audience is encouraged to clap along to the music. Some shows allow families (or at least the kids) in the front row to ride out onto the ice on "boats", "mine carts", etc. during one segment. In ''Dare to Dream'' and ''Treasure Trove'' a child is picked to help send up the first floating lantern for the "I See the Light" sequence in the ''{{Tangled}}'' retelling. See FromBeyondTheFourthWall below for more.

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* AudienceParticipation: Varies from show to show. There's usually one or two segments where the audience is encouraged to clap along to the music. Some shows allow families (or at least the kids) in the front row to ride out onto the ice on "boats", "mine carts", etc. during one segment. In ''Dare to Dream'' and ''Treasure Trove'' a child is picked to help send up the first floating lantern for the "I See the Light" sequence in the ''{{Tangled}}'' retelling. See Verges on FromBeyondTheFourthWall below for more.in the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show: Instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar traps him in chains...while the other characters are occupied, the hero quietly enlists some kids in the front row to free him.



* FromBeyondTheFourthWall: In the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show, instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar trapped him in chains...while the other characters were occupied, the hero quietly enlisted some kids in the front row to free him.
14th Nov '12 7:56:14 AM Sapphirea
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* AudienceParticipation: Varies from show to show. There's usually one or two segments where the audience is encouraged to clap along to the music. Some shows allow families (or at least the kids) in the front row to ride out onto the ice on "boats", "mine carts", etc. during one segment. In the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show, instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar trapped him in chains...while the other characters were occupied, the hero quietly enlisted some kids in the front row to free him. In ''Dare to Dream'' and ''Treasure Trove'' a child is picked to help send up the first floating lantern for the "I See the Light" sequence in the ''{{Tangled}}'' retelling.

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* AudienceParticipation: Varies from show to show. There's usually one or two segments where the audience is encouraged to clap along to the music. Some shows allow families (or at least the kids) in the front row to ride out onto the ice on "boats", "mine carts", etc. during one segment. In the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show, instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar trapped him in chains...while the other characters were occupied, the hero quietly enlisted some kids in the front row to free him. In ''Dare to Dream'' and ''Treasure Trove'' a child is picked to help send up the first floating lantern for the "I See the Light" sequence in the ''{{Tangled}}'' retelling. See FromBeyondTheFourthWall below for more.


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* FromBeyondTheFourthWall: In the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' show, instead of Aladdin being magically exiled, Jafar trapped him in chains...while the other characters were occupied, the hero quietly enlisted some kids in the front row to free him.
14th Nov '12 7:50:16 AM Sapphirea
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* AdaptationExpansion: In TheEighties, the ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' show ran a full '''three hours''' with intermission, which is twice the length of the original film. Some of the added material was solely to work in specialty acts (three servants making like TheThreeStooges while cleaning up in the Queen's lab/dungeon, etc.) but this version also had Snow White, a few years before the film's events begin, attempt to run away from home. She meets Doc in the forest, and after he convinces her to go back, he meets each of the other six dwarfs for the first time and they all become friends.

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* AdaptationExpansion: In TheEighties, the ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' show ran a full '''three hours''' with intermission, which is twice the length of the original film. Some of the added material was solely to work in specialty acts (three servants making like TheThreeStooges while cleaning up in the Queen's lab/dungeon, etc.) but this version also had Snow White, a few years before the film's events begin, attempt to run away from home. She meets Doc in the forest, and after he convinces her to go back, he meets each of the other six dwarfs for the first time and they all become friends.


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* NoFourthWall: Mickey and co. are emcees presenting the shows to the audience, and are thus well aware of it; other characters often acknowledge the audience as well (see AudienceParticipation above). In the ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' adaptation from TheEighties, a frustrated Stromboli announced the intermission and even asked for the house lights to be brought up.
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