Disney Hollywood Studios : Playhouse Disney - Live on Stage!

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Come inside to a live indoor studio stage of your favorite Disney TV characters. As you walk in you will see a wide open carpeted floor with no seating in the middle. There is some seating along the walls for those who cannot sit on the carpeted floor. You will see a nice size stage with lights hanging from rafters for the show. There are two sets of stairs from the stage for the actor to come into the audience and get people to participate.

On the stage you will see a beautiful scene of the outdoors. The show is about Mickey Mouse throwing a surprise birthday party for Minnie Mouse. During the show the stage will turn into a big story book so that Mickey's friends will get many ideas for how they might celebrate Minnie's birthday. You will see characters such as Mickey Mouse's club house, Handy Manny, Little Einsteins, Tigger and Pooh. During the show also you will experience bubbles, cool breezes and great special effects. The show lasts about 20 minutes and includes lots of singing and dancing.

Ride Experience:
As the lights dim down and music starts playing, sing along with "Playhouse Disney." An actor comes out on stage, sings and dances for everyone, and makes a presentation for Mickey to come out. Mickey gets the crowd pumped up for Mickey's Club House and for all of his friends. Watch as Mickey and his friends want to tell you a story about their ideas to make Minnie Mouse's surprise birthday party a big bash. The background will turn into a setting for Handy Manny and his talking tools; be on the lookout for falling bubbles. Then the book turns again for The Little Einsteins, and as they blast away in the rocket ship, wind will blow all around you. Then Tigger and Pooh come out for the final story. Be on the lookout for falling leaves. Towards the end of the show they will ask everyone to stand and yell SURPRISE for Minnie Mouse. That's when everyone starts dancing, with lights twirling and music playing--and you will love it!

What Disney Says:
"Beginning February 2008, a whole new cast of friends from Playhouse Disney will fill the popular stage. Children will be on their feet singing, clapping and dancing to their favorite characters from "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," "Little Einsteins," "Handy Manny" and more!
Your Playhouse Disney pals come to life as never before in this new version of the show. Sing, dance and play along with friends from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Handy Manny, Little EinsteinsTM and more!
Mickey's colorful clubhouse opens up with delightful Characters, marvelous bubbly, breezy, special effects and lively music that fill the air. Children become a part of the magic as Mickey and his pals invite your kids to help create the best birthday party ever for Minnie Mouse.
Youngsters join the gang in singing along with catchy tunes that make Playhouse Disney such a fun place. At the new Playhouse Disney - Live on Stage!, kids don't just watch the show - they experience the magic of this wonderful, live adventure."
Source: Disneyworld.

Notes, Tips and/or Facts:
Jim Henson's "Bear in the Big Blue House" premiered on Disney Channel in October 1997.
The nearest rest room is adjacent to Soundstage 5 at the Brown Derby Restaurant.

Authors Comments:
I just love what Disney does with their imagination. It just brings out the kid in you when you see this. Kids will love this live show with Mickey Mouse and all of his friends. My kids loved the dancing and the falling effects. I would suggest getting there about 15 to 20 minutes early to get seating close to the stage. I would say this is a fantastic show for all ages. Oh by the way, tell Mickey we said "HI."

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