It's the classic Buzzfeed quiz: which Disney character are you? A beard-stroking schemer like Jafar? A Cinderella-style dreamer? Or the life of the party, a la Aladdin's blue Genie?

To celebrate Disney's most beloved heroes, heroines and villains, and to mark Hong Kong Disneyland's 10th anniversary, the theme park is on Tuesday launching a new show, Mickey and the Wondrous Book.

The "epic" extravaganza will feature 22 original costume designs, and the theme song of the 10th-anniversary celebrations: Happily Ever After.

A far cry from his days on Steamboat Willie, the show sees the mouse that started it all for Walt Disney join pals Goofy and Olaf, the snowman of Frozen fame, in a 25-minute romp into an enchanted book.

Along the way, the trio will meet those two wiley rascals Baloo and King Louie, of The Jungle Book, and three lovely leading ladies: Rapunzel of Tangled fame, Ariel from The Little Mermaid and Merida, the feisty, arrow-shooting princess from Brave. Aladdin, Jasmine and the Genie, from the sultanate of Agrabah, and Tiana, heroine of the enchanting tale of The Princess and the Frog, also make an appearance.

For the grand finale, Mickey, Goofy and Olaf end up in the warmth-loving snowman's own tale - Frozen - with Queen Elsa and Princess Anna. A rendition of Let It Go must surely feature …

For Christmas, the theme park is also creating a Fairy Tale Forest featuring scenes from Tangled, Snow White and Beauty and the Beast, which will open next month.