See A Virtual Viewing Of Disney Cruise Line’s Frozen, A Musical Spectacular!

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Virtual viewing Frozen A Musical Spectacular

Get ready to get transported into the kingdom of Arendelle with this virtual viewing of “Frozen, A Musical Spectacular”!!

Disney Cruise Line wants to invite you and your family to enjoy a virtual presentation of the Broadway style show previously recorded from the Walt Disney Theater. You can watch it on the video below:

But before you start the show, you will need some snacks right? What about some Frozen Popcorn Snowballs? We have the recipe!

Virtual viewing Frozen A Musical Spectacular


  • 1 package of microwave popcorn
  • 2 TBS butter
  • 1 package of mini marshmallows
  • Blue or white sprinkles
  • Parchment paper
  • Cookie sheet
  • Large mixing bowl


  • Pop the popcorn in the microwave according to the package directions. Once it is cooled, place it in a large mixing bowl.
  • On the stovetop, melt butter over medium heat. Once it is melted, stir in 3/4 of the mini marshmallows. Save some for later. Stir until all marshmallows are melted.
  • Pour the marshmallow mixture over the popcorn and stir until it is well integrated. Be careful, the mixture will be hot at first.
  • Once the popcorn and marshmallows are mostly cool, mix in the rest of the mini marshmallows and the sprinkles.
  • Once the mixture is fully cooled, take a handful and form it into a snowball, just as you would when making a real snowball. You can add more candy and sprinkles to the fully formed snowballs to make them look extra magical!
  • Place the finished snowballs on parchment paper to keep them from sticking. Enjoy!

Feeling inspired after watching Frozen, A Musical Spectacular? What about creating your very own show!

You can do it with a Shadow Puppet Theater and surprise your family.


  • A light-colored sheet (or a roll of drawing paper)
  • Clothespins or binder clips
  • Flashlights
  • Fresh Duracell batteries
  • Printable character templates
  • Black cardstock
  • Pencil
  • Tape
  • Wooden dowels


  • Step 1: Download and print out the character templates. If you don’t have a printer available, you can trace characters from a book to make your own templates.
  • Step 2: Carefully cut out the templates and use a pencil to trace them onto black cardstock.
  • Step 3: Carefully cut out the characters from black cardstock.
  • Step 4: Use tape to attach a wooden dowel to the back of each character.
  • Step 5: Hang up your sheet or drawing paper by using clothespins or binder clips with two chairs. Keep chairs secure in place with heavy books or helpful parents.
  • Step 6: Set the scene by taping trees and snowflakes to the backdrop.
  • Step 7: Encourage little ones to use their imagination and tell their own story together.
  • Step 8: Kids can take turns using the flashlight and playing the characters. Make sure to have fresh Duracell batteries on hand to power your flashlights.
  • Step 9: Show kids how holding the flashlight close to the sheet makes a small amount of light, and holding it too far away doesn’t make enough. Experiment to find the perfect distance (about 2-3 feet) for the “lighting expert” to sit.
  • Step 10: Enjoy the show!

We hope you enjoyed this virtual presentation and had fun making sweet treats and putting on your show!

Credit: Disney Parks

Ana Leal