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Information and Tips

Here's some information and tips to note if you are planning on seeing the show:

-The show is included in park admission to Disney's California Adventure.

-Currently, the show plays five days a week. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, there are no performances scheduled.

-On days when the show is performed, there are 3 or 4 showings, depending on the time of year and day of the week that you visit. On days when there are 3 showings, they are generally at 12:30, 2:15, and 5:00. On days when there are 4 showings, they are generally at 12:45, 2:30, 4:45, and 6:15. These times are not set in stone, however, and you should check the calendar at to find out the show schedule for the day you wish to attend.

-Plan on arriving at the theater at 30 minutes before show time to get the best seats.

-There are three seating levels in the theater: Orchestra (the lower level), Mezzanine (the middle level), and Balcony (the top level). When you get in line for the show, make sure you are lining up in the correct line for the level that you want. Not all levels may be open for any given show - they are opened according to how full the showing is.

-My personal reccommendations for seating: there are two parts to the orchestra section, a front and a back. I suggest taking the back section of orchestra in the first row or two. The center of that first row is usually reserved for VIP seating, but it may be opened up about 5 min before showtime if there are still seats available. These seats will give you a great overall view of the theater, without making you turn around in your seat to see everything. I also reccommend front and center of the mezzanine section.

-Food and drinks are not allowed in the theater. Nor is smoking, taking flash photography, or using external lights on a video camera. Please do not be the person ruining the experience for those around you - follow the rules!

-There is no restrooms inside the theater! The nearest restrooms are down the street by Cruella's trailer. Your best bet is to use the restrooms before you get into line for the show.

-There are a few loud/intense parts of the show that may scare small children, so please be prepared for that if you are traveling with young kids.

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