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Tag Archives: backstage
Local news station, and NBC affiliate, WESH TV, was taken behind the walls of New Fantasyland with some of the best footage I’ve seen yet. There are two great videos on the website: One focused on costumes and another with … Continue reading
Disneyland has just released their latest video in the “Every Role a Starring Role” look at backstage and how the magic gets made. Good stuff, exactly what I want from the parks… of course I want more. This video that … Continue reading
Safety must come first, so sometimes when you’re walked off an attraction at a Disney theme park you get to view a bit of how the magic is made because that’s just the safest thing to do. That’s the case … Continue reading
The old costume department at Disneyland was one of the first backstage areas I was able to tour back in the 90s. At the time it was all encompassed in one small building just inside the berm. Everything had to … Continue reading