Disney Cruise Line Tinkers With Stage Show

Disney Dreams, Disney Cruise Line's long-running show of classic Disney vignettes melded into a story about a young girl and the power of dreams, is getting its own new sprinkling of pixie dust. A revitalized show will debut on the Disney Wonder, Mar. 21, and on Disney Magic's Mediterranean cruises in May. The show will feature new laser effects, which will give the impression of real pixie dust falling from the ceiling of the Walt Disney Theatre. Other new effects will give the show more life and color than before. Jim Urry, director of entertainment for DCL, promises that the new show will blow people away. A new sail-away party is also in the works for this summer.

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