Believe (Fantasy and Dream) - Let's start with my absolute favorite! I was so excited to see this show a second time when we sailed on the Dream after falling in love with the story on the Fantasy. This is an original production that includes songs from some of the best Disney musicals of all time while telling a heartwarming story of the love between a father and daughter. I found myself crying during parts of this touching performance - perfect for the whole family!
Aladdin (Fantasy) - A condensed version of the Disney classic. It includes all of your favorite songs and the Genie cannot be beat. Unfortunately, I had to leave this show early with a fussy baby but my husband has nothing but high praises to sing for this performance.
Wishes (Fantasy) - This was another cute original Disney performance. The story follows siblings as they get ready to graduate high school, but learn what it still means to be a kid. There's a lot of great Disney music throughout the show that will keep your toes tapping along the way!
Villains Tonight (Dream) - I really wanted to love this show. In fact, when we were leaving for the cruise, this was the show I was most excited to see. While the show was cute and family friendly, I was disappointed in some of the villains that they chose to highlight. I felt that a good number of the villains were from more "obscure" Disney movies and I just didn't connect with the characters and the music the way I did in some other shows. Don't worry about it being scary for young kids - there's lots of humor throughout that keeps the show light.
The Golden Mickeys (Dream) - This production screams classic Disney. The setting is an awards show where tribute is paid to some of the best of the best in the history of Disney. Great songs and characters throughout from across the generations will keep everyone in the family entertained. A really cool feature of this show is that you get to "walk the red carpet" into the theatre with the "paparazzi" taking pictures and maybe even interviewing you. This is all being shown in the theatre on a live video feed which adds an element of real Hollywood to the evening.
In addition to these, your cruise will have other shows depending on the length that you are on the ship which may include magicians, on board entertainers, and your cruise director sharing highlights at the end of the week. Shows are nightly in the theatre at 6:15 and 8:30. On days at sea, they also typically offer a matinee performance at 3:00.