Jedi Training Academy

Do you have a young child you suspect has the midi-chlorians to be a Jedi Knight? If so, then you'll want to get them down to this stage show for a try out. At the beginning of each show, a couple dozen candidates (children 5-10 or so) are selected from audience and put through the paces of Jedi training. Of course, things don't go smoothly and the training is interrupted by Darth Vader and the students have to do their part to send him packing.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: At the Tomorrowland Terrace stage.
  • Date Opened: 10/1/2006
  • Capacity: Perhaps a couple hundred people in the Tomorrowland Terrace seating and viewing area. About 25 children will be brought in to participate.
  • # of Shows: Generally six time daily.
  • Characters: Darth Vader, anonymous storm troopers
  • Photos and Autographs: No
Time Commitment Information - Hide Section
  • Wait Times: For the best seats you'll want to show up 15-20 minutes before show time though since the area is comingled with diners at Tomorrowland Terrace, nothing can be guaranteed.
  • Length of Show: 25 minutes
  • FastPass: No
  • Queue Description: None
Access Information - Hide Section
  • Health Restriction:
  • Ride Access: All viewing areas are wheelchair and ECV accessible though once crowded with people movement can be pretty difficult for anybody and will require navigating around not just people but tables and chairs as well.
  • Wheelchair Transfer:
  • Service Animals: Yes
  • Audio: Assistive listening devices are available from City Hall.
  • Weight and Size Issues:
Parenting Information - Hide Section
  • Height Restriction: No
  • Child Swap: No
  • Other Issues: Shortly after the show starts about 25 children will be selected from the audience to participate in the show and Jedi trainees. They'll generally be selected from the area nearest the stage and are looking for enthusiastic children around 5 to 10 years old (boys and girls are selected). Not every child can be selected however, so be prepared for disappointment.

You can help us keep these guides current. If you see anything incorrect on this page, or if you have additional information that should be added, please fill out our form.