UPDATED: Humbug Entertainment Cuts

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Merry Christmas everyone from the weather appropriate England! Unfortunately, the news I have for you today isn’t all that warming, especially if you’re a fan of entertainment at Disneyland. Yes, quite a lot of Disneyland’s entertainment offerings will be getting either reduced showings, or will be going on hiatus.

Over at Disneyland Park, as previously mentioned, both shows at the Princess Fantasy Faire have been canceled. After A Christmas Fantasy has ended it’s seasonal run, there wont be a parade in the park until around Spring Break when the Celebrate! A Street Party debuts on March 26th, which pretty much means Walt Disney’s Parade of Dreams is history! Also, Remember Dreams Come True is canceled weekends, except for Martin Luther King Jr. & Presidents Day weekends. The good news is Fantasmic! will still run 7 days a week through its planned refurbishment in mid-March.

Pretty much all of the entertainment offerings at DCA will be affected by the economic problems. Disney’s Aladdin will be going back on hiatus as of January 5th. High School Musical 3: Right Here! Right Now! will only show Friday-Sunday. Pixar Play Parade will go to 5 days a week, Wednesday-Sunday. Drawn to the Magic will be going on hiatus. Surprisingly, The Magic of Brother Bear will remain showing Friday-Tuesday. The only show not affected will be Playhouse Disney: Live on Stage, which will continue showing 7 days a week.

Be sure to stay tuned to Disneyland News Today as we get in more information on just how bad of a year 2009 could end up being for Disneyland.