Disney on Ice is a touring ice show, founded in 1981. These shows feature figure skaters, dressed as Disney cartoon characters. In these performances, the music and plot is taken from a variety Disney films and stories. The shows, targeted mostly at children, will bring together stories from films across generations before typically coming together for the grand finale of the show.These shows have taken place all around the world. Typically, a show will start in North America before heading to Europe and Asia. Throughout its history, Disney on Ice has traveled to more than 60 countries, performing more than 1,200 performances each year in North America alone, with more than five million attendees.Worlds of Fantasy opened in August of 2008 and have run ever since. The show contains elements from Cars, The Little Mermaid, Tinker Bell, and Toy Story 3. The show used to contain elements from The Lion King; however, since 2012, the show has no longer used the story and characters from the movie. In the first act of the show, the cast of The Little Mermaid and Tinker Bell joins Lightning McQueen, Mater, and a number of other characters from Cars as they travel through Ariel’s underwater kingdom. In act two, characters from Toy Story 3 tell the story of the escape of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and Jessie as well as the other toys from Sunnyside Daycare.The show is notable for being the first Disney on Ice to have a one-hour pre-show centered around the Disney Princesses. This pre-show gives the audience an opportunity to see the gowns, and mementos.The show finds itself currently in Hartford, Connecticut at the XL Center before hopping around the country, traversing from coast to coast. Along the way, the show travels from Minneapolis to Estero, Florida before heading to Columbus, Georgia and Lafayette, Louisiana. The show makes a couple of stops in Indiana before heading to Hershey, Pennsylvania and then ending their currently scheduled run in Worcester, Massachusetts at the end of April at the DCU Center.