Rogers: The Musical at Disney California Adventure is not using a virtual queue for its first two performances today. Instead, only the standby queue will be available.
Rogers: The Musical Queue
The virtual queue has been available since Rogers: The Musical debuted, but was never required, similar to “World of Color – ONE.” A push notification from the Disneyland App let guests know the virtual queue is not available for today’s 12:15 p.m. and 1:45 p.m. performances.
Distribution for the first two shows is usually at 10:30 a.m. Distribution for the second two shows takes place at 2:00 p.m.
In addition to the standby queue, guests can also purchase the Premium Viewing Experience with guaranteed seating for $29. Read our review of the Premium Viewing Experience.
The show’s limited run is set to end on August 31.
Rogers: The Musical is a one-act show inspired by the fake Broadway show seen in “Hawkeye” on Disney+. It tells the truncated story of Steve Rogers’ life.
Here is an official description of Rogers: The Musical:
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).
Can’t make it to Disney California Adventure to see Rogers: The Musical? Watch our video of the full show below.