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High School Musical On Tour

High School Musical On Tour 4 Reviews

10 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 1010 votes, average: 6.9 out of 10

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Live street show rolls into Backlot and Production Courtyard.

The High School Musical phenomenon goes “on tour” and on vacation to France, with a brand new live, interactive street musical through Walt Disney Studios Park!

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  1. Both my eldest daughters looked forward to this all holiday! They weren’t let down either. All of the main songs were sang. There is also children participation, the kids threw basketballs into hoops and even got to dance with them! The smiles said it all! One tip, the map shows a line where the show follows. THIS IS NOT A PARADE! On our visit, the stage came out near the Rock and Roller coaster, like a parade, then stopped outside the Stunt Car entrance. This is where the first show takes place. If you want to watch this, stand at the far side, just to the side of the Armageddon ride. You will then miss the rush of people trying to get to the front, and will get a good view. Once finished, the stage moves on like the parade down to the bottom of the street and repeats.

    By welshleddy on 5th October 2007 at 10:09 pm

  2. Ok, as a big fan of this original movie - I have to say that it was an oddly put together performance. They didn’t have set characters - the lead couple sang other people’s songs, and said other people’s lines. There was no character definition and they only sang a few songs; We’re all in this together, Stick to the status quo and What I’ve been looking for. The key songs from the film weren’t included but they did pull people out of the audience to dance with them. I agree that it does liven up the studios and there should be a few more things like this.

    By Martha86 on 20th September 2007 at 10:28 am

  3. Good addition to the Studios, although I believe it’s finishing quite soon. All the characters are very lively, and they interact with the crowd well. Definitely worth a watch if you’re around.

    By bozzboy on 17th September 2007 at 8:12 pm

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