Sorry but that will never happen. Disney announced back in 2010 or 2011 I think that the Toy Story Musical from the Disney Cruise Ships was going to replace Aladdin at the Hyperion Theater. There was such a public outcry against it that Disney cancelled those plans. In fact, the Genie made a joke about it during his "Friend Like Me" number. I got a video of it below. Which begins at 3:12
Toy Story Musical wasn't that bad a show but it's a show that doesn't have many special effects and relies on many video screen scenes (I don't blame the show. This is on Disney Cruise after all). This would not have been impressive in comparison to Aladdin if shown in the Hyperion since Hyperion is a larger theater and probably more complex allowing for more set and special effects to be adapted.
Aside from that DCA needs a musical EXCLUSIVE to DCA, not a clone already in another park or cruise ship.
Well, I know a lot of people on here only want original shows, but I think that the shows on Disney Cruise Line are the best I've ever seen, so I'd be very happy with a transplant of one of those shows. My favorite is Hercules, so I'd love to see that come to DCA, but The Golden Mickeys really makes the most sense and fits the Hyperion Theather theme perfectly, so I'd say that is probably the most likely if they were to use a DCL show. Finding Nemo at DAK is also an amazingly good show (I'd say the best I've seen in a theme park, and very close to as good as DCL), so I'd be very happy if they brought that over, although I think the DAK theather was built specifically for that show, so it might not be the same in the Hyperion Theater.
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"The Princess and The Frog" would seem to be the logical choice, but the song "Dig A Little Deeper" is currently featured in the parade and the Magic Map show. The show would absolutely be fabulous. Many great songs.
A condensed version of the Mary Poppins stage show.
Next year is the 50th anniversary of Mary Poppins - I can't think of a better way to celebrate the world's favorite magical nanny.
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