Disney will reimagine its popular attraction as a result

Disney will reimagine its popular attraction as a result ...

Walt Disney () - theme parks offer its guests a fan favorite respite from waiting in long lines to board rides or purchase a snack, as well as long walks around various lands.

Guests who wish to take a breather from the hustle and bustle of the parks may sit down and watch one of the many stage shows offered by Disney.

At Disney World's Epcot, Florida, the park provides musical performances in the American Gardens Theater, currently featuring the Garden Rocks Concert Series during the International Flower & Garden Festival until July 4. The park earlier this year featured "Disney on Broadway" performances that included actors from Broadway singing Disney show tunes.

Several musical shows such as "Beauty & the Beast - Live on Stage" and "For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration" are appropriately staged by Disney World's Hollywood Studios, as well as another long-time live show, "Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular."

With "Mickey's Magical Friendship Faire," Disney World's Magic Kingdom celebrates its 50th anniversary outside Cinderella's Castle.

This spring, the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., will also be joining the cast as it transfers its musical program "Tale of the Lion King" from California Adventure to Disneyland.

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In the summer, a fresh sensation will arrive.

Disney Parks at times reimagine their shows with new performances. Animal Kingdom will debut a musical stage show, which reimagines its "Finding Nemo - The Musical," which was first staged in 2007.

According to a Disney news video, the reimagined exhibit begins at the Marine Life Institute from the film "Finding Dory." These fish have been sent back to the sea and the institute is preparing to release them back to the sea. Before the fish are shipped back to the sea, they are encouraged to share their story of "Finding Nemo."

Several of the original "Finding Nemo" musical songs are included in the program, including "In the Big Blue World" and "Go With the Flow," as well as incredible puppetry and live performers.

In a video, Matt Fiuza, the art director at Disney Live Entertainment, said that the new set for has completely changed. "We were inspired by paper sculpture as we developed the scenic in the show.

"Our team experienced a huge day at seeing our tank set through this brand new approach of this watercolor sculpture aesthetic, and we're developing massive set pieces and these amazing new transitions as they move in and out of our storytellers," Fiuza said.

"We're excited to benefit from technological advancements that were previously available, and that technology has enabled how we are creating video content," Katrina Mena Rick, a Disney broadcast creative producer, said. "We've very closely collaborated with Pixar Animation partners to really create artwork that will not only compliment performers on stage but also extend the actual scenic pieces."

Disney has not revealed the date of the first performance, but that it will be this summer.

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