Disneyland Paris – Mickey and the Magician

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Published on July 07, 2016 at 2:00 am with No Comments

This past weekend, Disneyland Paris gave us the excellent surprise of magic and illusions. It was the long awaited debut of Mickey and the Magician at the Walt Disney Studios park. Press were invited to see the new show starring Mickey Mouse. It’s a unique show with a high quality of execution and vocal performances worthy of a Broadway theater. – Max (DLPwelcome)

Arrival at the Newport Bay Club

The hotel has regained its splendor since its recent renovation. Everything is simple and effective with a wonderful staff… rooms seem spacious and nice color palette.

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On to Mickey and the Magician

You’ll immediately notice changes to the exterior of the theater. the paving has been reworked, there’s a new marquee in front of Animagique Theater, and the color palette of the building has been changed.

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The atmosphere inside the theater has changed as well. This is a place of magic. The musical notes are a foretaste of the mysterious adventures which await you.

This show is simply one of the most beautiful creations of Disneyland Paris since the opening of the resort in 1992. I feel it is the best stage show ever created for the resort. It is a mix between a Broadway production, an illusion show and a Disney show. The result: Mickey and the Magician!

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The show features the first talking Mickey in Disneyland Paris, this is a show that highlights the personality of everyone’s favorite Mouse.

If you’d like to see a video of the show and don’t mind spoilers, enjoy:

Roundtable presentation with the Creative Team of the show :
MICHAEL JUNG – Creative Portfolio Executive, Theatrical Development, Walt Disney Imagineering
KATY HARRIS –Show Director
TATIANA SEGUIN – Choreographer
PAUL KIEVE – Stage Illusionist

Show costumes:

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Thanks to the Disney team, Mathias Dugoujon, Jonathan Rabeute and stakeholders for this incredible weekend!

About Max

Maxence "Max" Pinard is a small shareholder of Disneyland Paris, and is the creator and reporter at DLP Welcome, which he founded in June 2009. Max has worked with MiceChat author and Disney and More Editor, Alain Littaye, since 2012 on many MiceChat articles. Max looks forward to continuing where Alain left off by bringing Micechat readers news and beautiful images from Disneyland Paris.

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