Comments for World of Color – Winter Dreams all-new nighttime Disneyland show debuts featuring Frozen, Toy Story, holiday songs


  1. Travis Buckley

    Wow Amazing!!! Looks like “Glow With The Show” works better at DL then at WDW.

  2. David

    Really like the new WOC but my problem is they’re really trying to push this movie ‘Frozen’ which nobody’s even seen or heard much about. Also this Olaf character is annoying and Disney is pushing him hard like we know him. Just like they did with Prep and Landing last Christmas.

    1. Chaz

      Well why wouldn’t they push “Frozen?” It’s the newest addition to the Walt Disney animated classics, and it ties in perfectly to the holiday season. And if nobody has heard of “Frozen” yet, all the more reason to advertise.

      Anyways, I’ve heard lots of great things about this show, but I think I’ll wait to see it myself until after “Frozen” comes out. I don’t want to be spoiled.

      1. Zoe

        Don’t worry about spoilers! Although there are two songs and plenty of Olaf, none of the plot elements are revealed.

        1. Chaz

          I’m mostly worried about not being overwhelmed when I see the movie by hearing “Let it Go” before I actually see it in the cinema. Someone told me that the the orchestra for Elsa’s segment is far superior than the actual orchestra in the movie and I don’t want to set the standard too high and risk being disappointed.

          But thanks for the clarification.

      2. Neil

        Olaf hosting was terrible. It was very highly projection base and they used the water mainly as a giant screen. I think that it would better if they had Nightmare Before Christmas or how about a little homage to the Santa Clause.

      3. Ashley

        Okay, Florida kid here, so I can’t go see this show since it’s in California, but I have to agree, the song is much more spectacular in theater, and longer. Although I did like the part where Elsa throws a snowball at you. Otherwise, they could’ve done better than repeat “Here I stand in the light of day”. After the second verse it’s Here I stand and here I’ll stay, which I feel is much more appropriate.

        As for Olaf, he is really funny in the movie, but I’ll have to see the full show myself to see what he’s like.

    2. Jennifer

      You obviously don’t have children that watch the Disney channel. I have two daughters and for months before the movie came out they were talking about it.

    3. Marisela

      It’s disappointing to know you didn’t like this movie…. not only has it been one of the biggest disney hits since beauty and the beast it send a much more positive message to kids about love than any other film. True love doesn’t have to be in a prince charming nor does a happily ever after needs a significant other. This movie is all around powerful and funny. Olaf is a great addition showing innocence of the girls hearts when they were just girls. He’s suppose to be a bit silly. Please remember disney is more than rides and a show.

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