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Disneyland has released another fun segment of “Every role a starring role” where they take us into the life of a cast member and show how they help make the magic. Senior Show Director Randy Wojcik works on entertainment experience … Continue reading
In their 9th year of performances, the Encore! Cast Choir and Orchestra hit an all-time high recently by raising $36,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central and Northern Florida. The volunteer group of nearly 500 Disney Cast Members put in … Continue reading
There have been more than a small number of complaints that the Disney’s Hollywood Studios attraction Toy Story Midway Mania went down for maintenance right in the middle of summer. Not just that, but with Toy Story 3 still raking … Continue reading
I feel like I’ve written that headline before. It’s getting to be a broken record. Today more than just a record was broken, but the whole front end of a Disney bus was crashed when it ran into the back … Continue reading