Carol Stein the Piano Lady Returning to Rose & Crown Pub Before Retiring From Walt Disney World

Carol Stein, “The Piano Lady,” will be retiring from Walt Disney World in November of this year.


Stein announced her retirement on her Facebook page. She will return to Rose & Crown Pub for her final few performances. Here’s her upcoming schedule:

  • September 26, 28, and 29 in American Adventure Rotunda
  • October 3, 4, and 6 in Rose & Crown Pub
  • November 1, 2, and 3 in Rose & Crown Pub

Here is some of what Stein wrote on Facebook about her retiring and time at The Walt Disney Company:

I look forward to spending more time with my amazing husband, Lee Wolfson, as we begin an exciting new phase of our lives together….. enjoying life, traveling the world …. performing concerts, composing, and many more exciting new endeavors!

I want to thank so many people who have given me the opportunity to perform with the Disney company for so many decades. I am forever grateful to Chris Oyen who first brought me home from traveling around the world to perform full-time at the Comedy Warehouse at Pleasure Island. You helped me grow so much as a person and a performer. Thank you for believing in me.

To all my fellow cast members who are more like family… you will always be in my heart.

To all the guests who I have had the pleasure of performing for and getting to know over three decades…


You are the reason I had the opportunity to share my passion and music at Walt Disney World.

I have been so fortunate to perform for so many years at Pleasure Island, The Grand Floridian, Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Studios, Animal Kingdom, and of course my beloved EPCOT along with countless other venues, conventions and special events! I so appreciate all the creative energy and talents of the show directors, actors, dancers, Musician‘s, Costumer‘s, technicians, custodial, ops cast members, and the many managers who I’ve had the opportunity to work with. You have all enriched my life.

I am still going to remain as a CT Cast Member at Walt Disney World – and look forward to performing as a musician for special events and many other venues for years to come.

Thank you ! Thank You ! Thank you!

My heart is filled with pixie-dust and joyous tears.

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