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Cabaret & Concert News Disney Princess—The Concert Tour Resumes March 5

A host of theatre favorites perform Disney classics during 40 concert dates this winter.

Alyssa Fox, Hiba Elchikhe, and Syndee Winters

A host of theatre favorites offer songs as old as rhyme (and more recent ones as well) in Disney Concerts' Disney Princess—The Concert, the ongoing celebration of the music of Disney’s iconic princesses that begins a new set of performances March 5.

Broadway Wicked star Alyssa Fox (formerly the standby for the role of Elsa in Frozen) and West End The Time Traveler's Wife star Hiba Elchikhe (formerly Jasmine in Aladdin) join Hamilton and The Lion King's Syndee Winters in the tour.

As Elchikhe's U.S. visa is finalized, Arielle Jacobs (Aladdin) steps into the show March 5-10, before Elchikhe joins the production in South Korea. Tony nominee Susan Egan, Broadway’s original Belle in Beauty and the Beast and the voice of Meg in Hercules, also performs March 5-10.

Bradley Gibson (The Lion King) performs the role of the Enchanted Prince March 5-23, while Adam J. Levy will perform that part beginning March 24.

Below is the full cast for all the dates:
March 5-10: Susan Egan, Arielle Jacobs, Syndee Winters, Bradley Gibson, and Benjamin Rauhala
March 12-23: Hiba Elchikhe, Alyssa Fox, Syndee Winters, Bradley Gibson, and Benjamin Rauhala
March 24-April 20: Hiba Elchikhe, Alyssa Fox, Syndee Winters, Adam J. Levy, and Benjamin Rauhala

Fans are encouraged to dress up in their best royal attire, as the theatre stars perform 30 Disney songs, including “Part of Your World,” “Let It Go,” “A Whole New World,” “Colors of the Wind,” and “How Far I’ll Go.” The 2024 tour includes new arrangements and song additions plus animation and theatrical effects.

The current itinerary follows:

March 5 – Memphis, Tennessee– Orpheum Theatre
March 6 – Springfield, Illinois– UIS Performing Arts Center
March 7 – Appleton, Wisconsin– Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
March 8 – Cincinnati, Ohio– Taft Theatre
March 9 – Kalamazoo, Michigan– Miller Auditorium
March 10 – Chicago, Illinois– Rosemont Theatre
March 12 – Fort Wayne, Indiana– Embassy Theatre
March 13 – Detroit, Michigan– Fox Theatre
March 14 – Indianapolis, Indiana– Clowes Memorial Hall
March 15 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin– Riverside Theater
March 16 – St. Louis, Missouri– Fox Theatre
March 17 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma– Civic Center Music Hall
March 19 – Denver, Colorado– Buell Theatre
March 21 – San Jose, California– San Jose Civic Center
March 22 – Anaheim, California– City National Grove Anaheim
March 23 – Anaheim, California– City National Grove Anaheim
March 24 – Long Beach, California– Terrace Theater
March 26 – Eugene, Oregon– Hult Center
March 27 – Spokane, Washington– First Interstate Center for the Arts
March 28 – Seattle, Washington– McCaw Hall
March 29 – Boise, Idaho– Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
March 30 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Eccles Theater
April 2 – San Antonio, Texas– Tobin Center
April 3 – Austin, Texas– Long Center
April 4 – New Orleans, Louisiana– Saenger Theatre
April 5 – Birmingham, Alabama– BJCC Concert Hall
April 6 – Clearwater, Florida– Ruth Eckerd Hall
April 7 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida– AuRene Theater
April 8 – Orlando, Florida– Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
April 10 – Greensboro, North Carolina– Tanger Center
April 11 – Columbus, Georgia– RiverCenter
April 12 – Charlotte, North Carolina– Ovens Auditorium
April 13 – Atlanta, Georgia– Fox Theatre
April 14 – Durham, North Carolina– Durham Performing Arts Center
April 16 – Schenectady, New York– Proctors
April 17 – Red Bank, New Jersey– Count Basie Center for the Arts
April 18 – Providence, Rhode Island– Providence Performing Arts Center
April 19 – Rochester, New York– Kodak Center
April 20 – Buffalo, New York– Shea’s Buffalo Theatre

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