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BREAKING NEWS: Due to slowly continuing to take ongoing COVID-19 safety protocols with cases rising here and there, it has just been announced that the upcoming Disney Princess: The Concert Tour (formerly The Broadway Princess Party) has cancelled all its performances for the Fall of 2021.
However, the tour will still be happening but you have to wait till the beginning of 2022. As of now, it’s set to kick off in February 2022 out in Enid, OK before making its way to the following cities across North America….
Lubbock, TX,
Dallas, TX,
Houston, TX,
Phoenix, AZ,
Bakersfield, CA
Thousand Oakes, CA,
Las Vegas, NV,
Eugene, OR,
Des Moines, IA,
Rosemont, IL,
Cincinnati, OH
Omaha, NB,
Newark, NJ,
and
Lancaster, PA
The shows that were cancelled for Fall 2021 have been rescheduled according to the Disney Princess Concert website. That is expecting to begin in November of 2022 next year. Those rescheduled cities will include….
Macon, GA,
Sarasota, FL,
Tallahassee, FL,
Saint Petersburg, FL
Miami, FL,
Melbourne, FL
Orlando, FL,
Jacksonville, FL
Pensacola, FL,
Huntsville, AL,
Birmingham, AL,
Evans, GA,
Savanah, GA,
Richmond, VA,
Wallingford, CT,
Red Bank, NJ,
Brookville, NY,
Pittsburgh, PA,
Baltimore, MD,
Reading, PA,
Rochester, NY,
Branson, MO,
Peoria, IL,
Sioux City, IA,
Kansas City, MO,
Columbus, OH,
Louisville, KY,
Oshkosh, WI,
Milwaukee, WI,
St. Louis, MO,
and
Cincinnati, OH
DISNEY PRINCESS: THE CONCERT was set to be an updated edition of the Broadway Princess Party since now the popular cabaret series has been getting a sponsorship from Disney itself. It would feature a rotating lineup of many of your favorite Broadway stars (best known for playing Princesses on the Great Bright Way) performing many beloved songs that makes you feel like royalty. The lineup was set to include….
Christy Altomare (Broadway’s original Anastasia),
Tony nominee Susan Egan (Broadway’s original “Belle” in Beauty and the Beast and the voice of “Megara” in Hercules),
Arielle Jacobs (Original Australia and Broadway replacement “Jasmine” in Aladdin),
Courtney Reed (Original Broadway “Jasmine” in Aladdin and soon to appear as “Satine” in the National Tour of Moulin Rouge),
Aisha Jackson (the first African American Actress ever to play “Anna” in Frozen on Broadway),
Syndee Winters (long running “Nala” in Disney’s The Lion King),
and
Anneliese van der Pol (Broadway’s closing “Belle” in Beauty and the Beast and known as “Chelsea Daniels” from That’s So Raven and Raven’s Home).
The concert would also feature Musical Direction by everyone’s favorite FAIRY GOD FAIRY Benjamin Rauhala
and
Adam J Levy (The National Tour of Waitress) singing as “Prince Charming”.
Earlier this past Summer, it was also revealed that co-creator Tony nominee Laura Osnes dropped from the tour due to recent backlash she experienced on her choice to not get the COVID-19 vaccine at the moment.
Thoughts?!
Mike Haber
Author: Mike Haber

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