Earlier this year, Walt Disney World Resort announced that fan-favorite stage show, Finding Nemo: The Musical, would be undergoing a reimagining.
The original Disney Parks Blog announcement about the reinvention shared the following details:
Although our Disney Live Entertainment team is still in the early stages of development for the show, the musical retelling of this underwater tale of family, friendship and kindness will feature new story material, as well as fan favorite songs such as “In the Big Blue World” and “Go with the Flow.”
Now, it seems that Disney is preparing to do construction work on the Theater In the Wild, where Finding Nemo: The Musical is housed.
Although the construction permit doesn’t provide details about what is being done — it is for “General Construction” — it is likely that the work is related to the musical’s reimagining. Ocala, Florida-based builder Curington Contracting is listed as the contractor on the permit.
Walt Disney World Resort officials have not confirmed when the revamped version of Finding Nemo: The Musical will debut, but this permit is a good sign for Guests who can’t wait to watch Dory, Nemo, Marlin, Crush, Bruce, and the whole Finding Nemo gang again soon!
More on Finding Nemo: The Musical
Details about this Pixar-inspired stage show can be found below:
Finding Nemo: The Musical was a musical show based on Disney·Pixar’s 2003 animated film, Finding Nemo, located at the Theater in the Wild in DinoLand U.S.A. at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
On March 12, 2020, the show had its final performance before Walt Disney World Resort closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 outbreak’s impact on Florida. However, following Walt Disney World Resort’s reopening, it was announced that an updated version of the live show would return in 2022.
Are you excited about the new version of the Finding Nemo stage performance?
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