Live Stage Shows

List of Past and Present Disney Cruise Line’s Broadway-caliber, Disney-themed live shows.  These shows are performed aboard the Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, Disney Magic, and the Disney Fantasy in the Walt Disney Theatre.  Some live stage shows are available on multiple ships.  If you cannot make the show, check your stateroom TV guide for viewing in your stateroom.

During longer itineraries the Walt Disney Theatre will play host to guest performers or screen one of Disney’s latest theatrical release movies.

Current Disney Cruise Line Shows

Show Disney Magic Disney Wonder Disney Dream Disney Fantasy
A Fantasy Come True Yes
All Aboard: Let the Magic Begin Yes* Yes*
An Unforgettable Journey Yes
Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic Yes Yes
Disney Wishes Yes
Disney’s Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular Yes
Disney’s Believe Yes Yes
Remember the Magic: A Final Farewell Yes* Yes*
Tangled: The Musical Nov 2015
The Golden Mickeys Yes Yes
Toy Story – The Musical Yes
Twice Charmed: An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story Yes
Villains Tonight! Yes Yes
Walt Disney: The Dream Goes On Yes*
*some itineraries

Retired Disney Cruise Line Shows

Show Disney Magic Disney Wonder Disney Dream Disney Fantasy
Discover the Magic Yes
Disney – The Art of the Story Yes
Hercules: The Muse-ical Yes Yes
Muppets Ahoy! Yes
Voyage of the Ghost Ship Yes

23 thoughts on “Live Stage Shows

  1. Louise W

    I wonder if they would ever consider re-running a retired show? We saw Hercules: The Muse-ical on our first two sailings and loved it!

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      I only saw Hercules once, but a revised Muppet show would be a great idea for an opening night variety show. It would be easy to plug in the special guests such as Knight Magic.

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  2. Jane

    How often do the live show itineraries change? We are thinking of booking our second cruise on the fantasy but are hesitant only because the live show schedule appears to be the same as it was almost 2 years ago? Does it ever change? Thanks so much for your input!

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      Cindy, You do not need to reserve seats or a showtime. The live shows are included in the price of the cruise. Lines do form prior to the show as seats are first come first serve and saving of seats is discouraged.

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  3. Tttta

    I was just on the fantasy january 25-1 and loved aladdin and wishes but I can’t find a cast list anywhere I would love to know who the actors are.

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  4. Jen

    Does anyone know what order the shows play in on a 4 night cruise? We’re trying to schedule Remy, but I really want to see the Villains show.

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  5. Christine C.

    The Villians show on the Dream was the BEST show we saw on our cruise! The cast member who played Hades when we were there was so amazing!

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  6. Mindy

    Any idea how often they replace the shows? I have friends who were on the Wonder in 10/13 and want to do an Alaskan cruise this summer, but are afraid the shows will be exactly the same..

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  7. Melissa

    We are sailing for the 3rd time on the Disney Fantasy summer 2016. Do you think there will be any new shows by then? We saw the same ones summer 2014 that we saw summer 2012. They are great but would like to see something new.

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  8. sam

    Since the ships are usually running 7 days a week, the turn around in the home port is too short to uninstall an old show and install a new one. As a result if the ship has not entered a dry dock situation since your last cruise, it is highly unlikely for the shows to have changed.

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