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Disney on Broadway Concert Series Welcomes Even More Broadway Favorites at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

The fourth Epcot International Festival of the Arts at Walt Disney World Resort is the best way to celebrate art in its many forms, with galleries, food studios, live performances and more! As the festival continues until Feb. 24, two more sets of standout Broadway stars are getting ready to make their America Gardens Theater debuts for the Disney on Broadway Concert Series.

Ashley Brown, who starred in the title role of the original Broadway production of “Mary Poppins,” and Josh Strickland, best known for playing the leading role in Disney’s “Tarzan” on Broadway, began their series of shows Feb. 10. You definitely won’t want to miss their special performances on the very last day of the festival, Feb. 24, when Ashley and Josh join forces with Sydnee Winters (“The Lion King”) and Michael James Scott (“Aladdin”) as they put on an incredible night of shows to cap off another great festival season!

Check out the video below to learn more about Ashley and Josh and what you can expect to see at the next series of Disney on Broadway Concert Series performances!

Here’s the full lineup of show-stopping talent for the Disney on Broadway Concert Series: 

  • Feb. 10, 12, 13, 18, 19, 22 and 23 – Ashley Brown (“Mary Poppins”) and Josh Strickland (“Tarzan”)
  • Feb. 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20 and 21 – Sydnee Winters (“The Lion King”) and Michael James Scott (“Aladdin”)
  • Feb. 24 – Special performance featuring Brown, Strickland, Winters and Scott.

Comments

  • I absolutely adored the Live Stream of the previous Special Performance that brought all four of the Broadway stars together. I feel that I had the best seat in the house for the glorious sights and sounds from that show. Now I have to ask, with the show on Feb. 24th featuring Brown, Strickland, Winters and Scott be live streamed as well? I am hoping so, because I REALLY want to be able to catch these four entertain as only they can. Grateful for The Blog and literally bringing Disney on Broadway to my home. Can’t thank you enough!

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