Now that live entertainment is back as the world continues to navigate the ongoing pandemic, many companies are taking certain precautions to keep their talents and employees safe, as well as those who pay to see performance. .
Disney has already demanded that U.S. employees be fully vaccinated, and it appears that rule extends to anyone representing the company, even at a gig. This fall, Disney is launching Disney Princess: The Concert and will tour across America, allowing Disney fans to hear some of their favorite princesses live! The website officially describes the event as follows:
For generations, the Disney princesses have enchanted us with their courage and kindness. Their music has been the soundtrack of our lives. Now, for the first time in forever, this beloved music will be celebrated in Disney Princess – The Concert! Be our guest as a quartet of Broadway stars and animated movie icons celebrate all the Disney Princesses on an unforgettable evening of songs, animation and stories, alongside their magical musical director and their enchanting prince.
All your dreams will come true when these acclaimed artists sing your favorite Disney Princesses songs and share their exclusive, hilarious and heartfelt behind-the-scenes stories from their time as they portray princesses on stage and on screen.
Disney Princess – The concert lasts approximately two hours with intermission and is recommended for general audiences. As advice to adults who could bring young people, this production is suggested from 6 years old. Everyone entering the theater, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
Disney Concerts is proud to host the Princess Cast 2021: Christy Altomare, Susan Egan, Aisha Jackson and Courtney Reed; and Princess Cast 2022: Susan Egan, Arielle Jacobs, Anneliese van der Pol and Syndee Winters. (Subject to change.)
Originally, Laura Osnes, the former Broadway Cinderella, was scheduled to perform but was recently replaced by Broadway’s star Christy Altomare. Anastasia. The reason for the replacement was believed to have been caused by Osnes’ decision not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. It was noted that the concert tour “will follow Disney Concerts’ COVID-19 security policy, requiring the cast and tour crew to be fully vaccinated.” Since Osnes declined the vaccine, she has been banned from the tour.
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In an Instagram post, Laura (@LauraOsnes) explained why she wasn’t going to get the shot. She said it was her right to decide, and “I stand by the decision that my husband and I, with the contribution of our doctor, made for ourselves, our family planning and our future. There are a lot of things still unknown. “
Osnes hasn’t posted any captions and has disabled all comments on their post.
Osnes made the post after receiving a strong reaction for dropping a Crazy of you benefit concert in East Hampton, New York, as the concert changed their requirements which stipulated that all performers were to be fully immunized.
The Princesses’ Concert will begin on November 1st! Anyone looking to buy a ticket should Click here.
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