Disneyland Live Shows and
Besides the formal presentations listed here, you'll also find musical
groups and other entertainers scattered about Main Street (Rod Miller and
Alan Thompson play the piano at Coke Corner, the Dapper Dans Barbershop
Quartet sing where ever they happen to be, the Disneyland Band plays
at the square and the hub, and swing bands play at Carnation Gardens on
Saturday nights), Adventureland (steel drum band on top of the Jungle
Cruise queue), Tomorrowland (various groups at the Tomorrowland Terrace
and the "Trash Can Trio" play at various places in the land), and New Orleans Square (various blues and jazz groups throughout
Aladdin, Jasmine, and a small group of others tell the story of the
"street rat" and princess in this short, but fun, presentation.
Golden Horseshoe Saloon Revue
Woody's Roundup, a show based on the Toy Story character, is held here
several times a day. The show is supposed to be a takeoff of a 1950's
TV show, so the vast majority of it is colored in black and white.
It's clever, but unless you're a big Woody fan, not worth a great wait.
Geppetto's Toys & Gifts
Three times a day, one of the Disney Princesses appears at the toy shop
to tell the children that gather a timeless story.
Animazement, a revue of the most recent animated features, is a lengthy,
live presentation of a medley of Disney's musical heritage. Very
nicely done, but completely lacking in a story.
Sword in the Stone Ceremony
A fortunate guest, usually a younger child, is given the opportunity to
take the test that propelled Arthur into his role as King of the Britons.