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The Downtown Disney shopping, dining and entertainment district and all three Hotels of the Disneyland Resort join in the holiday festivities with twinkling lights and ornaments, holiday displays, special entertainment and holiday dining with themed menus.
Provocative, hilarious, and heartbreaking, it is about two modern American young men who have no choice but to face fate, race, sexuality – and each other. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” It’s hard to tell where reality ends and dreams begin in this intoxicating joyride of a play. Written by Allison Gregory, based on the book series by Barbara Park, and directed by Gil Santoscoy, it runs July 14 through July 29 at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre in Santa Monica. “The Motherf**ker with the Hat” Jackie is a former drug dealer out on parole who is trying to stay clean.
Merry new merchandise includes fun items with the “ugly sweater” theme, along with home décor and festive holiday headwear.
Another seasonal favorite is meeting Disney characters who appear in their holiday best to share magical moments with guests.
The night unfolds with an adrenaline-rushed pace, ultimately revealing one of Jason’s darkest secrets.
His attempt to control the outcome ignites a chain of events that pushes the boundaries of real friendship and reveals the true cost of fame. “Mayakovsky and Stalin” is a dramatic character study incorporating historical footage and photos to explore two distantly connected relationships: that of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin and his wife Nadya, and of Soviet poet Vladimir Mayakovsky and his married lover and “muse” Lilya Brik. “What Happened When” On a snowy night in a rural farmhouse, three siblings huddle together in the dark with a flashlight, while the audience (unseen by them) gathers closely around.
A very special “Holiday Time at Disneyland” tour is available for guests who wish to experience a close-up look at this festive transformation of the Disneyland Resort.