Magical Music of Disney October 8-30 2016
World Premiere Concert Event Brings the Magic of Disney to Portland
Get Your Tickets Now or call 971-225-SHOW
Get Your Tickets Online Now or call 971-225-SHOW
Everybody has a favorite Disney film. From the wild ride Mickey Mouse takes in Fantasia to Elsa and Anna’s snowy world in Frozen, Walt Disney’s dreams have fascinated and delighted kids of all ages — and whether it’s “Let It Go” or “Hakuna Matata,” the whole family loves to belt out the classic songs from those movies.
Now you can hear them all in one place with The Magical Music of Disney.
More concert than traditional musical, The Magical Music of Disney brings together over 60 Disney hits from Snow White, Frozen, Beauty and the Beast and more, all in a zippy 90 minutes.
See the show — and up the fun by coming dressed as your favorite Disney character — at Portland’s Chapel Theater at MilePost 5.
The concert is recommended for ages six and up.
The cast of “The Magical Music of Disney”
Alexandra Habecker, Ashley Moore, Deanna Maio, Ehren Schweibert, Erin Riha, John Knowles, Kenan G. Koenig, Rebecca Raccanelli, and Sarah Thornton.
About “The Magical Music of Disney”
Tickets for The Magical Music of Disney are now available now here or by calling the Portland Musical Theater Company box office at 971-225-SHOW.
The show will be held at the Chapel Theater at Milepost 5, located at 8155 NE Oregon St, Portland, Oregon 97213. Entrance is on Oregon Street.
The performances will take places on the following dates:
October 8, 13 , 14, 15, 21, 22, 27, 28, and 29 at 7pm
October 9, 16, 23, and 30 at 2pm
Get Your Tickets Now or call the box office at 971-225-SHOW
About Portland Musical Theater Company
Portland Musical Theater Company seeks to inspire others to get into the arts through performances and educational programs. The programming and productions are selected to serve two fundamental truths- that each of us is special and has unique gifts to contribute to the world, and that we’re more alike and connected than we realize. As the organization believes in the uniqueness of the individual, their classes and efforts will seek to bring out the individual strengths of each student, while productions seek to create community and connection.