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    Question Snow White Stage Area

    Does anyone have new info on the current status of the stage area that once showcased the Snow White show? I keep hoping Disney won't bring back SW and that a new show were debut!

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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Most recent I can find is that it's on hiatus until next summer. But as we know, 'on hiatus' turns out to mean 'it's too expensive for the number of guests it draws, so let's junk it and make something else'. I would surmise something new is in the planning stages. I wouldn't mind seeing a version of Mary Poppins produced on the stage.

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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Marry Poppin's just became a broadway show in London, so that most likely won't happen for a while... I'd like to see One Man's Dream brought back, but like the version in tokyo, that's so cool!






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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Mary Poppins will open in New York sometime between fall 2005 and spring 2007, so it will not be available for a theme park show in the foreseeable future.

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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Fall 2005? I do believe you mean Fall 2006 Mr.Bluehair.
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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    I heard they were going to tear it down and turn it into "ODV Land". Churros for everyone!
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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    They should bring back Videopolis!


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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Not Videopolis, just One Man's Dream from the early 1990s.
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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    ^ yay you agree! GO ONE MAN'S DREAM!






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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Yep, One Mans Dream was definitely a winner!!! And being that Disneyland is celebrating their 50th, that show would be perfect for that stage. Because it pays tribute to the Disney animated classics that Walt Disney over-saw.

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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    Only thing you can see from around the Fantasyland Theater is they have put tarps with camouflage to look like a forest all around the entrances to the theater itself. From the train, you can see some of the stage trees still there like usual. So from that, it looks like they have not really done anything to the stage.

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    Re: Snow White Stage Area

    ok, this might sound stupid(i havent been here in weeks for personal reasons so excuse my stupidity) but how about a Nightmare show? they do it at our school every couple of years so why dont they do it an DL? maybe just for the season then show One Man's Dream(which I havent seen) the rest of the year.

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