Every once in a while our writers get together and answer a Disney Parks related question. Here is this week’s question and answers!
Question of the Week: If you could take a behind the scenes look at any show in Disneyland or Disney World, what show would you pick?
Cassie – I would love to get a behind the scenes look at the new Frozen Musical! The effects, lighting, and scenery excite the theater nerd in me so so much! I loved the show and would love to take a closer look at what makes the magic!
Leslie – This is honestly a hard choice because I struggle with wanting to know how behind the scenes works and preserving the magic (something I think most past and current cast members struggle with) but I would really love to see how Dream Along with Mickey was run. The timing and placement and to have many different characters around. Not to mention ensuring the show ran its course with a few fireworks. Really I want to see more of the coordination aspect as well as things from the entertainment side of how they get themselves ready and practiced for a performance.
Andrew – I’m with Leslie here, I think this is a hard choice because I’d be interested in seeing behind the scenes of some of the nighttime shows but it may ruin a bit of the ‘magic’. With that in mind, I think I’d go behind the scenes of Festival of the Lion King at Animal Kingdom. The show is very tight and I’d like to see the choreography up close. The performers all have unique talents and getting to see them practicing those would also be interesting. Special shout out to The Muppets Present… Great Moments in American History because that was my next pick.
Melissa – You have all given really great answers! I think I’d like a behind the scenes look at one of the parades! I think it would be really neat to see how they coordinate everyone and get them lined up just right!
What shows would you like a behind the scenes tour of? Let us know in the comments.
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