At a Glance
|Location:||Walt Disney Theatre and Deck 4, Forward|
|Show Times:||6:00 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.; please check the Personal Navigator while onboard for specific dates.|
Toy Story – The Musical is an approximate hour-long, musical live show based on the hit Disney•Pixar film that plays at approximately 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on the Disney Wonder in the Walt Disney Theatre, located on Deck 4, Forward.
Marvel as the toy-sized world of Buzz and Woody comes to life before your eyes—and ears—in Toy Story – The Musical, the new Broadway-style, song-and-dance spectacular brought to you exclusively by Disney Cruise Line.
Preserving the humor and heart of the original hit movie, Toy Story – The Musical revisits the touching story of friendship between Buzz Lightyear, a state-of-the-art action figure, and Woody, a traditional cowboy toy, as they compete for the attention of Andy, their boy owner.
Toy Story–The Musical marks the very first time Disney•Pixar's Toy Story has been brought to the stage. Although the film was not a musical, this stage adaptation has been produced with the original film in mind, and also adds some new surprises to the story.The Music
Toy Story – The Musical includes 7 songs—6 original to this production plus Randy Newman's classic, "You've Got a Friend in Me." Working with Mindi Dickstein, the author of the musical's book, Valerie Vigoda and Brendan Milburn combine pop, folk and rock elements to create a score that is sure to have you humming along.The Set
Toy Story – The Musical includes 10 spectacular, larger-than-life sets that make you feel like a toy in Andy's room. Set designer Sibyl Wickersheimer uses scale and perspective tricks to create the illusion of size, and everything from rear-projection screens to gigantic props help in the transformation between the toy world and the human world.The Costumes
Toy Story – The Musical faithfully recreates all of your favorite characters of the movie in amazing detail, thanks to the innovative stylings of Ann Closs-Farley. Whether it's the inflatable 9-foot tall Rex the dinosaur costume or the animated Mr. Potato Head who, in addition to having moving parts, regularly loses his face pieces, Ann Closs-Farley creates characters out of toys that are truly real.
Fun Facts & Tips
Gigantic props and sets in addition to tricks using scale help to create the larger-than-life visual feel of Toy Story – The Musical.
Toy Story – The Musical composers Valerie Vigoda and Brendan Milburn are members of the musical group GrooveLily.
There are 10 separate sets used in Toy Story – The Musical.