Hamm’s Theater with “Hamm’s All-Doll Revue” | Disneyland

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Hamm’s Theater with “Hamm’s All-Doll Revue” was a unique and temporary attraction at Disneyland, part of the broader Toy Story Funhouse experience that debuted in Tomorrowland in 1996. This attraction was introduced to celebrate the success of Pixar’s “Toy Story” movie and was designed to immerse guests in the world of the film through interactive experiences and live performances.

Hamm’s Theater was an outdoor stage located in front of the Mission to Mars attraction, where guests could enjoy the “Hamm’s All-Doll Revue,” a live show featuring characters from “Toy Story.” The Revue included beloved characters such as Hamm, Mr. Potato Head, Bo Peep, Slinky Dog, and the Green Army Men, who entertained guests with singing and dancing performances. The attraction offered standing-room-only viewing, creating an intimate and engaging atmosphere for the audience.

This temporary setup was part of Disneyland’s effort to leverage the popularity of “Toy Story” and provide a dynamic and engaging experience for guests of all ages. Despite its temporary nature, Hamm’s Theater with “Hamm’s All-Doll Revue” left a lasting impression on those who experienced it, showcasing Disney’s innovative approach to theme park entertainment and its ability to bring beloved movie characters to life​​​​.

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