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Who left the glass slipper in Rangoon last night?

The magic of fairy-tales – of the handsome Prince Charming and chariots made of mice, of poisoned apples and evil queens, of spells and dreamless sleep, and of a kiss and happily-ever-after –  was recreated on Wednesday evening in Rangoon.

Disney raised the curtains of its first ever live show in Burma by presenting three of its classic fairy tales: “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, “Cinderella”, and “Beauty and the Beast”.

The atmosphere around Myanmar Event Park, where the shows were performed, witnessed the epitome of thrills and excitement among both children and parents. With most people having grown up with these fairytales, the live show proved to be an experience that truly recreated the magic of those tales.

The live show also featured that most adored of couples, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, along with their faithful friends Donald Duck and Goofy.

Disney Live shows are hosted in more than 60 countries around the globe. Organised by the Thailand based BEC-Tero and Burmese Forever Group, the live performance will beheld each evening until 12 October.

The tickets for the show are priced between 10,000 – 100,000 kyats.



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