For the past few years Disneyland has been running “Every Role A Starring Role”, a periodic video series where it looks at cast members and exactly what their jobs entail at the parks. I don’t know about you, but I’ve found it fascinating. The latest… Read More »Disneyland Profiles Cast Members at Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
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The Disney Insider videos series turns its eye toward the delicious cone themed treats at the Cozy Cone Cafe inside the recently opened town of Radiator Springs in Disney California Adventure. Which of the treats samples in this video are your favorite?
Just as Walt Disney loved to tinker with his park, modern day Imagineers are always looking to make improvements to the guest experience. One area at Disney’s California Adventure that has been neglected since its opening in 2001 is Beast’s Library and the “Which Character… Read More »Disney Updates “Which Character Are You Most Like” Exhibit at DCA
I’m a big fan of the Art Deco style of architecture, which means I know I’ll love Buena Vista at Disney California Adventure when I finally get a chance to visit. In the meantime, I’ve seen plenty of photos, but not really many pictures of… Read More »The Art Deco Stylings of Buena Vista Street at DCA
Businessweek recently conducted an interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger during which the recent extreme makeover of Disney California Adventure was a centerpiece. What I found interesting about the interview was how candid Iger was about some of the things went wrong with the original… Read More »Bob Iger Comes Clean on DCA
When World of Color’s fantastic water fountain infrastructure was added to Disney’s California Adventure there was speculation that they would do both a night and a day show. After wall, why install all that wonderful equipment and only use it once a night. It took awhile, but that speculation finally came true with the re-launch of DCA.
The Goofy Cartoon inspired “Instant Concert… Just Add Water” show is a fun addition to the park’s entertainment lineup. There are a couple different 5-minute length shows that play throughout the day by the water’s edge across the The Little Mermaid. Keep an eye out for them approximately hourly.
This video released by Disney gives you a little hint of what the show is like, without giving it all away. A nice touch.
A fan recorded version of another show is below the jump:
Like a scene out of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the Red Car Trolley’s roll through the new Buena Vista Street area of Disney California Adventure. The Red Cars are crucial to the feel of the area that takes you back in time to Los Angeles… Read More »Behind the Scenes of the Red Car Trolleys at DCA
A new show that takes place on Buena Vista Street in the newly relaunched Disney California Adventure brings guests back to the Walt Disney creation story via his creation Mickey Mouse. When Walt moved to Hollywood in 1923 he had $40 in his pockets and… Read More »“A Suitcase and a Dream” echoes Walt Disney’s Story at DCA