“Magic of Disney” Forum Posting Contest Begins Today

“Magic of Disney” Forum Posting Contest Begins Today

By Kathryn Harris on December 09, 2009
h2ws_disney-post_squareKick off the most magical time of the year by celebrating Disney's 108th birthday!  Born December 5, 1901, Walt Disney was one of the most innovative and creative Americans of the twentieth century.  He left behind an unparalleled legacy of storytelling that now includes over twenty stage musicals.

Join the festivities by contributing to the MTIShowSpace contest GROUP FORUM with your most memorable Disney moments. Did you set the world alight as Lumiere? Have you bopped to the top with Troy and the gang? Perhaps you learned the bare necessities along with Mowgli and Baloo? Whether down the rabbit hole or in a far-away castle, we want to hear your story! The possibilities are endless...Walt himself once said, "If you can dream it, you can do it!"


Step One: Join the "Magic of Disney" Group on MTI ShowSpace.
Step Two: Leave a comment in the Group forum.

Winners will receive "Magic of Disney" Prize Pack:

o       Beauty and the Beast Original Broadway Cast Recording (CD)
o       Aida Original Broadway Cast Recording (CD)
o       High School Musical: On Stage Reference Recording (CD)
o       High School Musical 2: On Stage Reference Recording (CD)
o       Official Mary Poppins Umbrella
o       Autographed Copy of How Does the Show Go On? by Thomas Schumacher
o       High School Musical "Wildcat Loot Bag" featuring a variety of official merchandise and memorabilia
o       MTI ShowSpace t-shirt

One entry per user.  Winners will be selected through a random drawing and notified through email. View the Official Contest Rules here.

Congratulations to the winners of our inaugural contest, "Thanks, Frank!"  The winners and their photos are:

Irene Valines, with a photo from Laurel High School's production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

Katherine F, with a photo of "Easy Street" from a production of ANNIE in which she played Lily

Brandon Shaw, with his photo from a production of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING in which he played Bud Frump