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Finding Nemo - The Musical at Disney's Animal Kingdom

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Opening Date:
Jan 2, 2007

This production - the first ever Disney show to make a non-musical film into a musical stage show - takes guests under the sea with Nemo and friends (brought to the stage through larger-than-life puppetry) as the movie's story is retold through song and special effects.

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Reviews of Finding Nemo - The Musical:

The closest thing to broadway on Disney property
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Saturday, August 15, 2015 18:41

This musical is the best live stage show on property. Granted, some people may argue that Festival of the Lion King is the best. But I disagree.

From the creators of "Avenue Q," which is a long running broadway (currently off-broadway) show, comes this wonderful musical to Finding Nemo. There are lots of catchy songs and the puppetry is amazing. This is the closest thing to broadway-quality any show at any theme park has ever gotten to, with the exception of Aladdin in Disneyland.

Just Keep Singing and Dancing, Just Keep Singing and Dancing!
Submitted by sirusstest
on Wednesday, September 04, 2013 05:53

As if Dory's "Just keep swimming!" is not overused enough by Disney fans, I figured I could squeeze it into the title of this review.

The title definitely fits because Finding Nemo - The Musical is of the most visually appealing shows at any of the Disney parks. While the show might not contain the acrobatics of the Festival of the Lion King, Finding Nemo has the whimsy and arrays of color that attract the eye and the mind throughout the performance.

The puppet actors do a great job of carrying out the roles, and the story line of the movie comes out on the stage. The neatest part about the show is seeing how they are able to fit all of the characters into the show while using the storyline from the original film.

This is a show that is a must for any families with small children, but even if you do not have children, it is an enjoyable experience that should not be missed!


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