Better Together parade dancers on ground in front of "Turning Red" parade float featuring 4*Town

VIDEO: Better Together: A Pixar Pals Celebration! Parade Uses ASL in Choreography

Shannen Ace

The new Better Together: A Pixar Pals Celebration! Parade at Disney California Adventure incorporates American Sign Language (ASL) into its dance choreography.

ASL in Better Together: A Pixar Pals Celebration! Parade

Dancers on ground in front of "Turning Red" parade float featuring 4*Town

While the characters don’t sign, the dancers on the ground sometimes sign “Better Together” during the performance. “Better” is signed by pulling a flat hand away from the mouth and curling it into a fist (via LifePrint). “Together” is signed using the “with” sign — pressing two fists together with the palms facing each other (via LifePrint).

In our video of the parade below, you can see the performers sign “Better Together” at about the 2:05 and 17-minute marks.

The parade is performed at 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. daily through August 4, the end of Pixar Fest. ASL interpretation is available for the full parade on Mondays and Saturdays at 4 p.m. Meet the interpreters wearing blue shirts at the Hyperion Theater Courtyard at least 30 minutes before the parade’s start time.

More information about sign language interpretation is on the Disneyland Resort webpage for guests who are deaf or have hearing loss.

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