Disney Dreams

Disney California Adventure's Disney Junior - Live on Stage show reopens tomorrow after a lengthy refurbishment. The show's line-up of characters has been updated to bring it in-line with the version at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida. Meanwhile, more detail has been revealed on the backstory for Walt Disney World's new Disney Springs area, while Tokyo Disneyland has released a bizarre promotional video for Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.

Disney California Adventure

The Disney Junior - Live on Stage show is set to reopen at Disney California Adventure on March 22, 2013, featuring an updated line-up of characters.

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Walt Disney World

After the announcement of the conversion of Downtown Disney into Disney Springs last week, Inside the Magic's Ricky Brigante takes a look at the backstory behind the new area.

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Meanwhile, the Orlando Sentinel reports that Disney is planning to make use of tax-free bonds to fund the construction of new parking garages at Disney Springs, taking advantage of its unusual "private government", Reedy Creek.

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Disneyland Paris

DLRPToday reports that Disneyland Paris has been making use of the technology behind the Disney Dreams show as part of its St. Patrick's Day and St. David's Day firework displays.

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Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland has released a new promotional video for the soon-to-open Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, featuring Darth Vader on a tour of Tokyo.

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