You can't go see princesses on an empty stomach, so her choice was a Wendy's cheeseburger, french fries and chocolate milk.
Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Donald were all there to welcome everyone to see the show.
Snow White and her dwarfs sang some songs and danced. Anna Claire hasn't seen Snow White, the movie, so she wasn't quite sure who or what the dwarfs were, but she sure loved seeing them dance.
Cinderella's fairy godmother came to the rescue again and she was able to go to the ball to meet her Prince Charming.
Anna Claire was so concerned that Belle wasn't going to be there so when she showed up, Anna Claire couldn't have been more excited.
After all of the fairy tales were told, all of the princesses and their princes came out to dance with Mickey and Minnie.
It was such a great show for families and they did a really great job of incorporating everyone's favorite scenes and songs from the movies into the show; you could hear everyone singing along to "Bippity Boppity Boo" and "Be Our Guest." After the show I asked Anna Claire what her favorite part was. She said, "Cinderella, Belle, Mickey, the dancing, the dresses....." So, I'm guessing she loved every minute of it!
It was my first time (despite being in Nashville for 12 years) to visit TPAC and the venue was perfect for this performance--I'm anxious to go see another show there soon!
Disney Live is headed north to Indiana and Illinois next, so if you live in or around the area, be sure to get some tickets and enjoy the show!
Thanks to Feld Entertainment for allowing us the opportunity to see the show--all opinions are my own (and my daughter's too!)