‘Rogers: The Musical’ Banners Added to Hollywood Boulevard in Disney California Adventure

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‘Rogers: The Musical’ Banners Added to Hollywood Boulevard in Disney California Adventure

“Rogers: The Musical” banners have been hung from the lampposts on Hollywood Boulevard in Disney California Adventure. This is in the Hollywood Land area of the park.

‘Rogers: The Musical’ Banners

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The banners line the street leading to the Hyperion Theater where “Rogers: The Musical” will have a limited time run.

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One side of the banners is yellow with the silhouette of Captain America standing on a hill of stars in black.

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The other side is black with the “Rogers: The Musical” logo in yellow, complete with Cap’s shield replacing the “o.”

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Rogers: The Musical Details

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Here is an official description of this new musical experience:

Exploring universal themes of heroism, romance and self-discovery, “Rogers: The Musical” is an exhilarating and heartfelt experience for Super Hero fans, theater enthusiasts and families alike. Avengers aficionados will appreciate creative interpretations of iconic objects and moments from Steve’s journey, while theater fans will love the eclectic array of musical styles in the score and the show’s original choreography.

“Rogers: The Musical” at Disney California Adventure park is inspired by the fictional Broadway musical theater sequence featured in the first episode of the Disney+ series “Hawkeye.” This new musical project will come to life through the creativity of Disney Live Entertainment in partnership with book writer Hunter Bell, star and book writer of the Tony Award-nominated “[title of show],” and will feature five all-new songs with music by Grammy-winning composer Christopher Lennertz and lyrics by Jordan Peterson, Christopher Lennertz and Alex Karukas. Plus, fan-favorites songs “Save The City” from the Disney+ series “Hawkeye” (written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman), and “Star Spangled Man” from the film “Captain America: The First Avenger” (written by Alan Menken and David Zippel).   

Rogers: The Musical Virtual Queue

“Rogers: The Musical” will be performed several times per day, Tuesday through Saturday, most weeks from June 30 through August 31, 2023. A virtual queue system will be available in the Disneyland app. Joining the virtual queue is not required, but is highly recommended, similar to “World of Color – ONE” also at Disney California Adventure.

Each day that the show is being performed, distribution for the complimentary virtual queue will begin at 10:30 a.m. PT for the first two show times of the day and 2:00 p.m. PT for the remaining show times of the day. Guests won’t be able to choose their showtime. They will be called back to the Hyperion Theater when the physical queue is ready to open, approximately 30-45 minutes before the show.

How-to details on the virtual queue system are available at Disneyland.com. If the virtual queue reaches capacity, you can check in at the Hyperion Theater before “Rogers: The Musical” begins for walk-up viewing options.

Rogers: The Musical Food & Beverages

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 “Rogers: The Musical” themed food and beverage items will be available throughout Disney California Adventure during the show’s run.

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Guests can also purchase a Premium Viewing Experience package including the popcorn bucket and priority seating from the Studio Catering Co. Truck in Hollywood Land.

Are you excited to see “Rogers: The Musical” at Disney California Adventure? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Shannen Michaelsen

    Shannen has been a Disney Parks fan and lover of dogs since childhood, despite Pluto's attempt to eat Shannen's Minnie Mouse doll the first time they met. They've made up now. You can email Shannen at shannen@wdwnt.com.

1 thought on “‘Rogers: The Musical’ Banners Added to Hollywood Boulevard in Disney California Adventure”

  1. You know ever since I joined the online forum for all things Disney parks years ago I became very vocal at the time along with a general consensus of people that this space would be great in utilizing Rogers the Musical, and along with that was a call for further injecting Big Hero 6 content into the parks, which we are beginning to see as well, I’d like to think we are heard, and I’ve played my part in these ideas in some way or another. With that being said, here’s to hoping for even more expansions of ideas for these parks!! First, there needs to be a Big Hero 6 ride incorporated in some way. Some people will hate me for saying this but I can even see Soarin being rethemed to a Big Hero 6 ride, and it should only stand to benefit, as the footage is very outdated on that ride.
    Second, since I state being vocal as much as possible, most importantly I believe the back-lot corner between the back of Avenger’s Campus and Cars Land can turn into a themed area as well, but specifically the themed land of Wakanda! As an addition and continuation of the Avengers Campus land it will feel natural and really fill out the Marvel presence in the park. As a themed immersive land it is a huge franchise with the ability to drop you right in that world, utilizing a rock wall similar to Cars land except a darker shade resembling the Wakanda mountain, this rock formation would fill the backsides of Cars Land blocking both views on either side of the lands, and will house the Black Panther ride, complete with a Black Panther head statue overlooking the city. The “city” would be a big, open market in the center of this land, filled with shops, Dora millaje performers, etc. Huge property? Check. Marvel expansion? Check. New-era type of themed space, on the same level of Wizarding Worlds, Pandora, or Galaxy’s Edge? Check!

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