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Sofia The First and Doc McStuffins To Join Disney Junior Play ’n Dine

by on December 17, 2013

Disney Junior has been knocking it out of the park with great programming lately. The pre-school set has been excitedly enjoying Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jake and The Neverland Pirates, Doc McStuffins, and Sofia the First. Now, little ones will have to opportunity to meet the two newest members of the Disney Junior line up at the Disney Junior Play ’n Dine character meal that takes place at Hollywood & Vine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Sofia the First and Doc McStuffins will now be added to the mix to meet guests, as well as dance with them during a brand new musical number that will take place during the meal.

Sofia the First Joining Disney Junior Play ’n Dine

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Doc McStuffins Joining Disney Junior Play ’n Dine

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The two stars will join favorites Handy Manny and Jake from Jake and the Neverland Pirates. Guests who would like to meet all four can do so during breakfast and lunch. Keep in mind that dinner at Hollywood and Vine is character-less. Leaving the restaurant’s Play ’n Dine meals will be Agent Oso and June from Little Einsteins.

Both Sofia and Doc McStuffins will join the character buffet starting on January 26.

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DCA’s Disney Junior Show Reopens with New Characters

by on March 25, 2013

Unless you visit the Disneyland Resort with toddlers in tow, the Disney Junior — Live On Stage! show in Disney California Adventure’s Hollywood Land probably isn’t one of your top in-park destinations. But if you have pint-sized patrons of the popular Disney Junior series in your household, you know that the network’s cartoon characters are like rock stars to the pre-school set.

After many weeks of refurbishment, DCA’s Disney Junior show reopened on Friday, March 22, with the same refreshed production that previously premiered at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios park. This latest version retains the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse framing segments and Jake and the Neverland Pirates vignette, while replacing the Handy Mandy and Little Einsteins sequences with new scenes inspired by Sophia the First and Doc McStuffins. As before, the show uses a mix of live actors and rod puppets manipulated from beneath the stage.

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