It is located within the Star Vista mall building and if you've been there before, you'll know that except for the shop units, most areas of the mall are non-air-conditioned to be environmentally-friendly, which is commendable to encourage energy-saving and fine if you're in casual t-shirts and shorts.
Inside The Star Theatre was uncomfortable for her as well as they have high backs for the seats, so even if she sat on the booster seat, it was still hard for her to see the stage and performers even though we had pretty good seats in front. I think kids should be about 8-9 years old to be able to sit comfortably and enjoy the view. Most of the time, Lil Pumpkin sat on the boy's lap.
But other than these environmental misses, the show itself was enjoyable as I listened once again to some of my Disney favourites and reminisced about my childhood days watching the films with my mum.
She liked the audience sing-along sessions and was especially pleased with the "cannonball" special stage effect where they shot hundreds of little glow sticks through the sky for an extra sprinkling of magic! It looked like shooting stars to me actually (●´∀｀●)
We thought the 3 guys were hilarious and such a hit! Love love love Joey DeBenedetto who sang as Sebastian and Flynn Ryder. He reminds me of Patrick Dempsey with his smooth grooves and suave looks actually (◡‿◡✿)
They are all accomplished in their own right but I felt that Carlyn Connolly didn't have enough "oomph" in her voice for Ursula's iconic song "Poor Unfortunate Souls", and Jodi Bluestein certainly didn't sound like Elsa in the movie at all.
I was looking forward to hearing Elsa's most prominent song "Let It Go"sung live with Lil Pumpkin since it's her fave Disney song but somehow it lacked the strength and vulnerability that Idina Menzal gave in the original, so this rendition was a little disappointing for me.
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* Disclosure: This is a review for Disney on Classic ~ A Magical Night Asia Tour Show. All opinions are my own. Unless otherwise stated, image credits to Disney on Classic.