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“Mickey and the Magical Map” Coming to the Fantasyland Theatre in Disneyland Park This May

Beginning Saturday, May 25, Mickey Mouse will embark on a series of amazing adventures through the magical powers of a sorcerer’s map in “Mickey and the Magical Map,” the all-new live show coming to the Fantasyland Theatre in Disneyland Park.

“Mickey and the Magical Map,” the all-new live show coming to the Fantasyland Theatre in Disneyland Park beginning Saturday, May 25

“Mickey and the Magical Map” is designed for Disneyland guests of all ages and represents Disney storytelling at its most thrilling.

The show presents Mickey in his timeless role as the sorcerer’s apprentice. Sorcerer Yen Sid sets his Mapmakers to work and the ensemble cast of male and female performers paints a wondrous map – capable of taking dreamers to any place imaginable and so large it spans the entire stage of Fantasyland Theatre.

“Mickey and the Magical Map,” the all-new live show coming to the Fantasyland Theatre in Disneyland Park beginning Saturday, May 25

Apprentice Mickey lets his curiosity get the better of him and he stumbles upon the map’s magical powers which take him, along with the audience, on a fantastic journey of imagination in the company of the Mapmakers. The journey, presented through stunning theatrical wizardry, reveals fantastic worlds of music, color, adventure and beloved characters with each new direction.

Heading east leads Mickey and the audience to a swinging adventure with the coolest of jungle beasts, King Louie. Looking to the west, audiences will be inspired by the dreams of brave storybook heroines Pocahontas, Mulan and Rapunzel. The journey north leads to a celebration of life “Under the Sea,” and a trip south takes the audience on a “Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride.”

“Mickey and the Magical Map,” the all-new live show coming to the Fantasyland Theatre in Disneyland Park beginning Saturday, May 25

“Mickey and the Magical Map” will be a highlight of 2013 at the Disneyland Resort, which also features such recent additions as princess encounters in the new Fantasy Faire in Disneyland, and the spectacular new Cars Land and Buena Vista Street areas in the expanded Disney California Adventure Park.

Walt’s Legacy of Protecting the Environment is Part of the Story at New Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, including the just opened Lion King wing, taps into Disney’s rich legacy of beloved characters and stories. It also taps into another part of the Disney legacy; a commitment to conservation and the environment that began with our company’s founder, Walt Disney, and is a key focus of our present and future.

Disney's Art of Animation Resort is Committed to Walt’s Legacy of Protecting the Environment

 A few of the environmental enhancements at the new resort include:

  • The opportunity for guests to help save wildlife and nature by contributing to the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund.
  • Energy-saving LED lighting in the Ink & Paint Shop, the resort’s merchandise shop, and other areas of the resort.

Disney's Art of Animation Resort is Committed to Walt’s Legacy of Protecting the Environment

  • Reusable plates and utensils in the Landscape of Flavors food court.
  • Recycle bins in key locations in the resort’s public areas (the most for any resort on property) and, of course, recycle bins in every guest room.
  • Environmental information integrated into cast members’ overall training and guidelines.

Disney's Art of Animation Resort is Committed to Walt’s Legacy of Protecting the Environment

Walt Disney World Resort maintains the state of Florida’s Green Lodging designation for all of its resort hotels. Disney’s BoardWalk Inn was among the first resorts in Florida to receive the designation when the program launched in 2004. As our newest resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will be undergoing the process required to achieve this designation after the final wing of the resort, themed after “The Little Mermaid,” opens in September. To achieve the Green Lodging designation, resorts must focus on five categories: water conservation, education and awareness, waste reduction, energy conservation and indoor air quality.

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