A supercalifragilistic January of family-friendly musical theater

The entire family can enjoy the familiar characters and songs of these Disney-inspired performances, which are sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face — young or old.

“Tinkerbell,” Bayway Arts Center, 265 E. Main St., East Islip. Jan. 5-26.
Learn more about this pint-sized heroine, also famed for being Peter Pan’s loyal sidekick, in this production that explores her origin story. Tickets/details: 631-581-2700. broadhollow.org.

 “Mary Poppins,” The Showplace at Bellmore Movies, 222 Pettit Ave. Jan. 12-27.
The “practically perfect in every way” magical nanny takes the stage in this musical, as she and her friend Bert take the Banks children on a series of fantastical adventures. Audience members can meet the characters after each show; and birthday parties are welcome, too. Tickets/details: 516-599-6870. plazatheatrical.com.

“Disney’s Aladdin Jr.,” Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts, 2 E. Main St. Jan. 12-Feb. 24
This musical, based on the 1992 film and the 2014 Broadway show about Aladdin, who learns that his true worth lies deep within is presented by the Youth Experiencing Art Project. Tickets/details: 631-724-3700. smithtownpac.org.