"I grew up watching Disney movies and visited Disney World, now I'm part of it. The show is great--there truly is something for everyone in the show. Boys will love the giant, real-life pirate ship in the Peter Pan section--expect a lot of excitement and crazy pirates. The girls will love--and my favorite part--is The Little Mermaid section. It has lots of beautiful costumes; bubbles come from the ceiling. That was my favorite story as a child and bringing it to life is cool," Cogley said.
Wait a minute, bubbles come from the ceiling?
"We'll call that Disney magic…" Cogley said.
Cogley practices countless hours, working hard to keep her body warm and agile, and sometimes performs up to three, 105 minute shows each day taking a couple days off in-between to recover. She says it is all worth it though.
"The show is great. Bring your family and friends--everyone will enjoy it. It is exciting and beautiful. I've seen people's faces all over the world, all different ages, light up and love the show."
Tickets are now on sale for Disney on Ice: Mickey & Minnie's Magical Journey. Ages 2 and up need a ticket ranging from $12.00-50.00. This is sure to be a magical experience as the inside of the Yum! Center not only transforms itself into a giant ice-skating rink, but takes the audience from the seas in Peter Pan, to the African savannah in The Lion King, then underwater in The Little Mermaid, and finally, to Hawaii in Lilo and Stich. Now that is some Disney Magic.
To watch a preview of the show, click here.
Photo courtesy flickster.com
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