Disney Junior – Live on Stage! | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Disney Junior – Live on Stage! (Disney World)In Disney Junior – Live on Stage! , enchanting puppets, whimsical scenery and catchy songs invite preschoolers to sing, dance and play.

Old friends are joined by new favorites from the hit Disney Junior TV shows Doc McStuffins and Sofia the First.

Get excited as Mickey, Minnie and friends from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse appear on stage to kick things off. Learn about teamwork and friendship through stories featuring up-and-coming Princess Sofia and Doc McStuffins and her plush play pals. Then help Jake and his band of Never Land Pirates thwart the diabolical Captain Hook and Mr. Smee.

Your high-spirited Disney Junior host Casey leads the fun, introducing each participatory skit. So get up, dance, clap your hands and sing along with colorful toddler-sized puppets of some of your favorite characters from the Disney Junior channel!

Performances occur most days in the Animation Courtyard theater at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. (source)

Fun Facts

  • “Disney Junior – Live on Stage!” was an interactive live show located at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, specifically designed for preschool-aged children.
  • The show featured a variety of popular Disney Junior characters from shows such as “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” “Sofia the First,” “Doc McStuffins,” and “Jake and the Never Land Pirates.”
  • It originally opened as “Playhouse Disney – Live on Stage!” in 2001 and was rebranded in 2011 to reflect the new Disney Junior cable channel.
  • The performance included puppetry, songs, and dance routines, encouraging audience participation and engagement from young guests and their families.
  • “Disney Junior – Live on Stage!” closed in September 2018 and was replaced by “Disney Junior Dance Party!” which continued to feature characters from popular Disney Junior TV shows.

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