Disney on Broadway's 25th anniversary concert is being streamed online to watch for free.
The one-night-only show was originally performed in November, celebrating 25 Magical Years of Disney on Broadway.
The concert premiered online at 7PM New York time / 12AM London on Friday, April 17 to raise money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund which is helping those onstage, backstage and behind the scenes impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
You're able to watch the stream live in the video above and on demand for the next seven days.
The production featured a starry cast of 79 performers and a 15-piece orchestra performing some of Disney's biggest hits from its stage shows.
Frozen’s Ryan McCartan will host the stream live from his family’s basement and will interview special Disney on Broadway stars, from their homes, throughout the evening.
For now, you can watch a clip from the show below...
The streamed show will feature performances by Jelani Alladin, Sierra Boggess, Christian Borle, Ashley Brown, Kerry Butler, Lauryn Ciardullo, Gavin Creel, Merle Dandridge, Lindiwe Dlamini, Bongi Duma, Susan Egan, Andrew Barth Feldman, Bradley Gibson, Whoopi Goldberg, Mandy Gonzalez, April Holloway, James Monroe Iglehart, Adam Jacobs, Ramona Keller, Nina LaFarga, Tamika Lawrence, Norm Lewis, Kara Lindsay, Tshidi Manye, Sbusiso Ngema, Ashley Park, Adam Pascal, Krysta Rodriguez, Michael James Scott, Sherie Rene Scott, Kissy Simmons, Josh Strickland, Katie Terza, Marisha Wallace, Rema Webb, Alton Fitzgerald White and Syndee Winters.
There's also reunion of no fewer than 18 Newsies from the show’s Broadway and national touring productions, plus a moving performance from Broadway Inspirational Voices.
Broadway Cares Executive Director Tom Viola said: “The event last November was such an unforgettable evening of Disney on Broadway magic.
“We are so grateful to all our friends at Disney Theatrical Productions for generously joining us in sharing this evening again, supporting our entertainment industry friends and colleagues who are out of work and facing serious health and personal challenges due to this devastating coronavirus pandemic.”