The show, scheduled for five daily performances this summer, comes alive with appearances and songs by King Louie from "The Jungle Book" ("I Wan'na Be Like You"), Pocahontas ("Just Around the Riverbend"), Mulan ("Reflection"), Rapunzel and Flynn Rider from "Tangled," ("I See The Light") Princess Tiana from "The Princess and the Frog" ("Dig a Little Deeper"), and Sebastian from "The Little Mermaid" ("Under the Sea"). Also included is the song "Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride" from "Lilo and Stitch."The exciting show also complements the extensive variety of theatrical and live entertainment found at Disneyland Resort, including these: "World of Color," "Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular," the Mariachi Divas and "Disney Junior – Live on Stage!" at Disney California Adventure, and "Fantasmic!," "Mickey's Soundsational Parade," the Laughing Stock Company at Golden Horseshoe Saloon, the Dapper Dans and Disneyland Band on Main Street, U.S.A., and the nightly summer fireworks show "Magical" at Disneyland. Guests also enjoy nightly dancing to live bands at Tomorrowland Terrace at Disneyland and the "Mad T Party" on the Hollywood Backlot at Disney California Adventure, which also features live street performances with Five & Dime and the Red Car News Boys at Carthay Circle on Buena Vista Street, the "Pixar Play Parade," "Phineas and Ferb's Rockin' Rollin' Dance Party" at Paradise Pier, "DJ's Dance 'n Drive at Cars Land" – and more! Fantasyland Theatre, a classic Disneyland venue, was inspired by the original Fantasyland Theater (former spelling) which showed Disney cartoons and Mouseketeer footage from 1955 to 1964. The current theatre debuted in 1985 as Videopolis, a dance location, which quickly drew crowds for stage productions including " One Man's Dream," " Dick Tracy Starring in Diamond Double Cross," "Mickey's Nutcracker," and one of Disney's first stage productions of "Beauty and the Beast." In 1995, the venue was renamed Fantasyland Theatre with the debut of "The Spirit of Pocahontas." "Animazement – The Musical" enjoyed a popular three-year run and "Snow White—An Enchanting Musical" played for two years. The theatre was then converted to an area where guests could meet Disney Princesses.