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MessageSujet: [WDW] Revue musicale "Hoop-Dee-Doo" (depuis 1974) [WDW] Revue musicale "Hoop-Dee-Doo" (depuis 1974) Horlog11Dim 19 Juin 2011 - 19:56

Je ne pense pas qu'on l'ait déjà mentionné, mais la revue musicale Hoop-Dee-Doo a récemment fêté son 37ème anniversaire!

En effet, Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue a fait ses débuts le 14 juin 1974 et se produit depuis quotidiennement sans discontinuité.

Il s'agit d'un dinner show (dîner-spectacle) incluant repas et même boissons à volonté (bière à la pression, vin, sangria et soft drinks).

Les représentations  de ce vaudeville de style "western" ont lieu chaque soir à 17h00, 19h15 et 21h30 au Pioneer Hall du Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground (Walt Disney World Resort).

Il existe trois catégories de billets dont les prix sont actuellement de 52,99 dollars, 56,99 dollars et 61,99 dollars. Comme pour tous les restaurants du Walt Disney World Resort, une réservation est fortement conseillée!

Le Pioneer Hall :

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http://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2011/06/vintage-walt-disney-world-pioneer-hall-debuts/


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MessageSujet: Re: [WDW] Revue musicale "Hoop-Dee-Doo" (depuis 1974) [WDW] Revue musicale "Hoop-Dee-Doo" (depuis 1974) Horlog11Mar 5 Juil 2011 - 14:11

C'est en effet un excellent spectacle.
Avis aux futurs visiteurs : bien évidemment un français lambda ne comprendra pas les subtilités des jeux de mots dans la langue de Davy Crocket car le spectacle est fortement parlé et chanté (sauf si vous avez un excellent niveau, ou si vous êtes 100% bilingue).
Néanmoins même si on ne rit pas aussi souvent les américains dans la salle, le spectacle est assez visuel, les acteurs sont excellents, ils jouent et interagissent avec le public directement. D'ailleurs si vous assistez au show vous pourrez finir sur la scène avec les acteurs de cette époque Pionnière.
Le repas est aussi excellent, notamment le Strawberry Cake qui est à tomber par terre !
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Prévu à l’origine pour être un divertissement saisonnier durant l’été 1974, la revue musicale Hoop-Dee-Doo est à ce jour toujours présentée quotidiennement au Pioneer hall du Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground (jusqu'à trois représentations par jour) :

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Celebrates 40 Years Of Foot-Stompin’ Fun

When Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue launched on June 30, 1974, the high-energy dinner show at Pioneer Hall at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground was created in the heyday of dinner theaters for Walt Disney World guests with a summer college intern cast. The foot-stompin’, hand-clappin’ musical starred six young actors and offered endless buckets of fried chicken and ribs


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Today one member of the original cast from the college program still works for Disney–Marilyn Kay Magness, who played the part of Dolly Drew. She’s executive creative director, Disney Parks, Creative Entertainment.

As that first summer ended and guests were clamoring for more, Walt Disney World Entertainment already was auditioning a full-time cast, and Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue opened as a permanent show on September 5, 1974. Today it’s one of the country’s longest-running dinner shows and has presented more than 37,000 performances. More than 10.5 million guests have seen the high-spirited show.


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And while Hoop-Dee-Doo has been fine-tuned over its 40-year run, the heart of the show never has changed: a slice of Americana, old-fashioned family fun, and heaping helpings of good, down-home food. “Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue exemplifies everything that Disney stands for,” said show director Tom Vazzana. “It’s interactive fun for families and stellar entertainment–six performers put on a show that’s 90 minutes of pure enjoyment.”

Performers sing, dance, and act their way through the timeless classic. “I love to go and hear kids squeal with delight at Six Bits, but also hear strong American ballads,” says Vazzana. “Families tell me it’s the first time they’ve seen a Broadway-style show—it’s obtainable and accessible, quintessential Disney.”


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Looking Back

In true Disney fashion, Walt Disney Imagineers designed Pioneer Hall in authentic Wild West style with 1,283 hand-fitted pine logs from Montana and 70 tons of stones from North Carolina to re-create a look from the late 1800s. The building opened April 1, 1974.

Themed entertainment is always part of the Disney story. While Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue was being written and cast, a group of country-western musicians called The Star-Spangled Washboard Band opened in Pioneer Hall, according to a historical timeline by Larry Billman, author/writer and Disney entertainment consultant, who was the author and writer of the original show.

Bob Jani, the director of Entertainment for both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort, saw the potential for a “dinner theater show” and hired Billman. After multiple rewrites (the first version was called “We’re With You, Mother McCree!”), Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue was born.


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Students from the Disney World Fine Arts College Workshop program, an 11-week work experience program, auditioned for the three female and three male character performers in Hoop-Dee-Doo: Six Bits Slocum and Dolly Drew (comic relief), Jim Handy and Flora Long (the singers), and Johnny Ringo and Claire de Lune (the dancers).

“The college students sent us video auditions, and we had more than 600 applicants,” said Forrest Bahruth, show director, Disney Parks & Resorts Creative Entertainment. The cast arrived at Walt Disney World Resort in early June for quick rehearsals, and the show opened on June 30, 1974.

Through the decades, the show saw some small revisions to songs and dance numbers, but the basic premise—a Wild West show in an old-timey music hall with a romantic leading lady and man—always remained as the guests clapped, stomped their feet, and sang along, all the while sharing an all-American dinner around a communal, “please pass the cornbread” table.


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The Food

There’s been just one change to the Hoop-Dee-Doo menu since 1974–the strawberry shortcake for dessert. When the show opened it served apple pie, but changed to shortcake in 1979.

Today, servers dish up about 900 pounds of fried chicken every night, and cooks spend about six hours each day just breading the chicken. Add 400 pounds of pork ribs, slow cooked starting at 11 a.m. daily on a big outdoor smoker. For sides, there are 120 pounds of corn, 400 pounds of potatoes to be mashed, and 30 gallons of baked beans. It takes 15 gallons of strawberries and 12 gallons of whipped cream to make dessert.

Servers are part of the show, happily slamming all-you-care-to-eat buckets of ribs and chicken on the tables as they sing and dance their way through the dining room. Beer, wine, sangria, and soft drinks are part of the menu.

D23 - septembre 2014.
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