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Broadway Princess Party Seeks Princesses for Guest Performance

The Center is ‘giving a ball’ and one local princess will be perform a solo at the Broadway Princess Party! An iconic trio featuring Broadway’s original Cinderella, Belle, and Anastasia come to Midland Center for the Arts on Feb. 7 for this hit concert, direct from New York City. Princesses of all ages are invited to share a video singing one of Disney’s animated favorites: “Almost There” from The Princess and the Frog, “Just Around the Riverbend” from Pocahontas, or “When Will My Life Begin” from Tangled.


The winning princess will join the original Broadway Princesses on stage to perform their song and receive a pair of tickets to the concert. Princesses looking to submit a video should state their name, age and sing one of the provided songs. Submissions should be posted to Instagram using the hashtag #UnleashYourInnerPrincessMidland. 


This concert is the princess party that audiences wish they had as a kid, but now it is starring Broadway favorites: two-time Tony-nominee Laura Osnes (Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella), Tony-nominee Susan Egan (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and voice of ‘Meg’ in Hercules), and Drama Desk-nominee Christy Altomare (Anastasia) along with their Fairy Godfairy, Benjamin Rauhala (Fiddler on the Roof) and special guest prince Adam J. Levy (Waitress).


Your every dream will come true at this performance with four knockout voices singing the petticoats off every princess song in the book, while sharing hilarious and heartfelt stories of their royal antics backstage, on stage and beyond. Chicago’s Third Coast Creatives call this production “a dazzling evening of musical magic. Undernearth the music, glitter, sparkles and tiaras, this is really a show about empowering women.”


Tickets for the performance are available online at, at the Center ticket office, or by calling 989-631-8250. Princesses looking to submit a video entry can find more information on the contest at

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Josh Holliday

Josh Holliday

Josh Holliday is the former Director of Communications at Midland Center for the Arts. Telling the stories of artists, innovators and modern day explorers!

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