Cirque du Soleil Drawn To Life Finally Debuting November 18th, 2021
News - WDW 17-Aug-2021
Cirque du Soleil's Drawn To Life was first announced in December of 2019 replacing the Cirque du Soleil La Nouba show which finished its run in 2017. Tickets went on sale a couple of weeks before the pandemic began in March 2020, but sadly all showings were subsequently cancelled. The first show was delayed until early 2021, but then the company behind Cirque du Soleil filed for creditor protection due to mounting loses from the pandemic. The future of the show and the company was unclear.
Today, Disney has announced the show - which is collaboration between Cirque du Soleil, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Imagineering - will premiere at Disney Springs on November 18th, 2021. Tickets will go on sale August 20th to the general public.
Drawn to Life is a thrilling collaboration between Cirque du Soleil, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Imagineering. At its core, the show is about the love between a father and a daughter with a story drawing inspiration from Disney’s 100-year heritage of animation. The family-friendly show brings timeless Disney stories and characters to life in an unforgettable way through the use of innovative design, acrobatic performances, dazzling choreography, musical scores, brand-new animation lovingly created by Disney Animation artists, and some extra touches of Disney magic.
Originally scheduled to debut in spring 2020, Drawn to Life was in its final rehearsals when the pandemic brought live theater performances to a halt. While waiting to return to the stage, artists stayed in shape by training at home or at local facilities. Now, the intermission is over and being back in the theater together is a dream come true for the cast and crew!
Book your 2023 Walt Disney World Resort holiday today to take advantage of Disney's "The Magic is Yours" package . Book your stay on select dates to take advantage of Disney's best offer for 2023.
"The Magic Is Yours... Read more >
Disney has released the first official real world photos of the Grand Hall inside Disney's newest ship, the Disney Wish. This fairytale-inspired space is a tribute to the story of Cinderella and includes a beautiful bron... Read more >
Disney announced two years ago that Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom will be re-themed to a new The Princess and the Frog attraction. Today, Disney has announced that attraction will be called Princess and the Frog: Tian... Read more >
In a new twist to the new and upcoming direct high-speed Brightline train currently under construction, comes the news that there will be a stop near Disney Springs. Originally, this new route - direct from Orlando Inter... Read more >
Disney's stunning new cruise ship - the Disney Wish - had her christening ceremony yesterday. That means that the media preview days are underway. There will be snippets of new information and experiences onboard being r... Read more >
Disney announced last month that Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique would be returning this year. Today, we have a date! Disney have confirmed that Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at the Magic Kingdom will reopen on August 25, 2022.
Read more >
The Walt Disney Company board (via SA) have unanimously voted to extend CEO Bob Chapek's contract for another three years. This means that Bob Chapek will likely be the CEO of The Walt Disney Company through February 20... Read more >
The EPCOT International Food & Wine debuts on July 14th and will run through through November 19th. Today, Disney has released the menu offerings for the event. With more than 25 Global Marketplaces, indulge in cuisines... Read more >
It was announced at the end of 2021 that Brits will have start paying a €7 fee to enter the EU (just like we have to pay $21 for our ESTA's to enter the US). For those Brits who want to visit Disneyland Paris, you must... Read more >
Orlando Business Journal is reporting that Disney has scrapped the Walt Disney World train station stop on the upcoming Brightline route. Brightline announced in 2019 that they will be building a new high-speed train rou... Read more >