'Disney on Ice: Treasure Trove' Skates into Pittsburgh

If you need a little dose of Disney Magic, head to Consol Energy Center this week to check out “Disney on Ice Treasure Troves” February 27 – March 3.

If you need a little dose of Disney Magic, head to Consol Energy Center this week to check out “Disney on Ice Treasure Troves”—which runs through Sunday.

“The show has such a great energy,” said Kristine Gardner, who portrays Wendy and Ariel. “It’s something unique to do and a great way to have fun with someone and get a dose of true Disney Magic.”

Featuring a wide array of favorite Disney characters from the princesses to Peter Pan and everything in between, “Treasure Trove” is sure to please audience members young and old.

“The show starts with the first classic—‘Snow White’—and goes up through the ‘Princess and the Frog’ and ‘Tangled,’” said Gardner. “It’s also full of all the Disney classics like ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ ‘Aladdin’ and ‘The Lion King.’”

“Treasure Trove” is surely a treat for all Disney fans featuring an army of professional skaters gliding, dipping and jumping across the arena floor. Talent is leaping from the ice with professional skaters, pyrotechnics, black lights and more each year. No two shows are ever the same.

“Ariel is my favorite princess of all,” said Gardner. “It’s very fun to do ‘Under the Sea’ skating with Sebastian. We use a blacklight and the costumes glow. It’s so high energy.”

Of course Gardner has a hefty role to play with this touring performance since she not only plays Ariel, but also Wendy from “Peter Pan.”

“Playing Wendy is really special because it’s an older, classic, Disney movie,” said Gardner. “She’s not a typical princess. She’s a soft, wonderful character who’s very fun and bubbly skating with Peter Pan and Tinkerbell.”

Of course, no “Disney on Ice” performance would be complete without the likes of Mickey, Minnie and the gang making a few guest appearances. Kids will love seeing their favorite characters live and in person.

Don’t miss your chance to catch “Disney on Ice Treasure Trove” this week at Consol Energy Center. Tickets start at just $21.

“The show’s for everyone,” said Gardner. “It’s a great way to have the time of your life with your best friend, your family or even a date. The show is so high energy and pure entertainment. You’ll leave with a smile.”

For more information, visit www.consolenergycenter.com.

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