On June 23, 2015, David Lightbody, Director of Entertainment and Costuming at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, says, "As the heart and soul of a theme park, Disney’s entertainment and shows have played an integral role in creating fond memories for guests at Hong Kong Disneyland in the past 10 years. We are committed to bringing more Disney stories to life and creating more excitement and appeal through a variety of new entertainment and shows for our guests for decades to come." To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the new stage show offering an all-new experience of Disney stories and it will broadcast the 10th anniversary of the theme song "Happily Ever After".
This 28-minute musical show is set in a magical library, where the adventurous hero Mickey and his trusty sidekick Goofy (both with an articulated head) discover a magical book that can bring stories to life. When curious Mickey opens the book, the comical snowman Olaf (puppet perform) from Frozen falls out. While trying to get Olaf back inside, Mickey is magically drawn into the book.
This is the third Disney parks stage show that three difference Disney characters singing the songs of hope and yearning together, the first is Disneyland's former stage show "Animazment - The Musical", the second is its current stage show "Mickey and the Magical Map".
In each stories in the Wondrous Book except Frozen, featuring at less one to three characters carved into each corners, listed below:
The show has put the elements of local culture in Hong Kong to play, when translated from the original English script do Chinese, to make performances more authentic, they added a few Cantonese dialogues, such as Mickey called King Louie “阿叔” (in English known as "sir") after his perform, and Goofy chasing Olaf's body without his head and called its "Pat Pat" (in English known as "butt") before the perform of Aladdin and the final.
Jasmine's redesign costume had made the very first time appears in a Disney park.
When Mickey used the fastest way to find Olaf's story (in the twenty-eighth page) after the performed of The Princess and the Frog, the guests can see Mickey had passed a few little pages of Pocahontas (The Colors of the Wind in the fifth page) and Alice in Wonderland (The Cards in the fifteenth page) in the Wondrous Book.
When Olaf try to help Mickey out of the page in the final scene, he tells Mickey to think somethings about summer, which the line he talks are reference to his song "In Summer", such as "Bees'll buzz", "the burning sand", & "A drink in my hand".