In the words of Queen Elsa, the cold never bothered me anyway! Families are in for an afternoon of frosty fun because Disney on Ice’s “Find Your Hero” is skating to Trenton’s CURE Insurance Arena this weekend.

Disney on Ice is bringing the magic to the Capital City for one weekend only. Their eye-catching new show, “Find Your Hero,” is certain to be a delight to both little ones and parents alike. World-class skaters will bring the rink to life with your favorite Disney stars. The show features fan favorites, including Moana, Tangled, The Little Mermaid, and Beauty and the Beast. Your favorite Disney tunes, intricate costumes, jaw-dropping stunts, and moments from your favorite movies will accompany these world-class athletes.

Trenton Daily had the unique opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes look at everything it takes to bring Disney on Ice to life. Per Disney on Ice, it takes an average of 14 hours and 25 crew members to bring this performance to life. In addition, it is estimated to take approximately 425 manual hours to install, maintain, and break down a Disney on Ice production. No doubt a labor of love, the talented cast and crew are dedicated to helping you and your family create magical memories that’ll last a lifetime.

Sydney Streu, figure skater with Disney on Ice

We spoke with Disney on Ice cast member Sydney Streu regarding this weekend’s upcoming performance. When asked when and how she started skating, Sydney stated, “I started skating when I was five. My dad was a professional hockey player, so I basically grew up in the rink. He wanted me to play hockey, but I liked all the dresses and all the sparkles, so I started figure skating and never stopped!”

In discussing what it means to be a part of bringing this magic to life, Sydney reflected, “It’s incredible. I can’t even put it into words, really. You work so hard your whole life – I never thought I would be here, and so getting to put that magic on the ice every day for so many people and see all the smiles, the kid’s faces – it’s incredible.”

When asked if she had a favorite part of the show, she said, “Our show is just great. I like every part, so it’s kind of hard for me to pick one, but personally, I really love Frozen and Elsa, and the transition she has is so magical.” Regarding what she hopes families take away from the experience, she noted, “Obviously, I hope everyone is happy! I think we all work really hard to put on a great show to satisfy everyone, young and old. Like I said, seeing the little kids all dressed up and smiling is so, so fulfilling. I hope everyone leaves the arena smiling with memories they won’t forget.”

If you want to be a part of the magic, it’s not too late to secure your tickets! There is a 7:00 pm show this evening, as well as the following weekend shows:

  • Saturday, March 18th: 11:00 am, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, March 19th: 11:00 am, 3:00 pm

If you and your family wish to attend, tickets can be purchased online here: Tickets – Disney on Ice. Ticket prices range from $20-100, not including any applicable fees. Children ages two and older require an admission ticket. Doors will open one hour before showtime. Additional ticketing details can be found here: Box Office – CURE Insurance Arena. If you have any questions, please get in touch with the box office at (609) 656-3200 or for additional details. More information regarding day-of procedures can be found here: Know Before You Go.

For just this weekend, CURE Insurance Arena has been transformed; your favorite characters are ready to take to the ice; now, all we need is you! If you want to learn more about the venue and other upcoming events in our area, you can check out their website here: Home – CURE Insurance Arena. So don’t miss the chance to see your family’s favorite Disney stories come to life in the Capital City; secure your tickets today!

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