Disney's Sleeping Beauty KIDS

Disney's Sleeping Beauty KIDS
The sleeping Disney princess, her fairy friends and her handsome prince face off against the evil Maleficent in this adaptation of the classic Disney animated film.

Based on one of the most treasured Disney animated films of all time, and featuring some of the world’s most memorable songs, Disney’s Sleeping Beauty KIDS is pure, delightful fun.

It's Princess Aurora's sixteenth birthday, and three fairies – Flora, Fauna and Merryweather – must use their magic to save her from the spell of the evil sorceress, Maleficent! The fairies ensure that Aurora only falls into a deep sleep that can be ended with a kiss from her betrothed, Prince Phillip. To prevent Phillip from rescuing Aurora, Maleficent kidnaps and imprisons him. The good fairies are the last hope to free Phillip so that he can awaken Aurora.

This classic fairy tale comes to life in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty KIDS, which features many roles for a large chorus, from King Stefan and Queen Stefanie's loyal subjects to Maleficent's slimy goons... as well as other fairies and animals.

Restrictions may apply for International Licensing.


No matter where you are on your theatrical journey, our innovative production resources will enhance your show experience.
Logo Packs

Promote your show with the officially licensed logo.

Pre Performance
Video License

Legally capture your production on video with this special license available for select shows.


Questions & Answers

May 10, 2013
Login to flag as inappropriate
Related shows or resources: Annie KIDS, Disney's Sleeping Beauty KIDS
Musical recommendation - elementary
Good morning, everyone.After a successful first-time school production of Disney's The Jungle Book KIDS, I am considering directing another musical next year. I want to share my joy of music and the theater to the children. Since I am volunteering my time and our school doesn't have a budget for the program, I want to keep it simple without sacrificing quality. This year, I directed the musical by myself with some teachers designing the set, as well as parents making their child's own costumes. I am leaning towards choosing Annie KIDS but am also thinking about Sleeping Beauty KIDS. My concern with both of these choices is that I am afraid I might scare off some boys because they might perceive them as "too girly." Since, prior to this year, the school has not had a play or musical, I want to build up interest and encourage the broadest base of participation possible. (The license does not appear to be available in Europe for other musicals I considered: Aladdin KIDS, 101 Dalmatians KIDS or Willy Wonka KIDS.) There are also some JR selections that are interesting to me--for example, Alice in Wonderland, Honk!, and the upcoming Peter Pan--but I am concerned that since they are twice as long that they might be too much for me to take on. I appreciate anyone's thoughts or suggestions.
Answer this Question
June 01, 2010
Login to flag as inappropriate
Related shows or resources: Disney's Sleeping Beauty KIDS
Spinning Wheel
Any suggestions as to where to borrow/rent/buy or how to make a spinning wheel? I'm on a SUPER limited budget, so the cheaper the better!
Answer this Question