Indiana Jones Stunt Show
The Indiana Jones show has been around a long time, and the special effects and dangerous stunts are still crowd-pleasers. If you’d like to participate in the show, you can improve your chances of being chosen as an extra. Get there early for the next show time and make sure that you are up front. When the casting director asks for volunteers, be very enthusiastic and you are more likely to be chosen!
When you’re not experiencing the attractions at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, spend some time soaking in the atmosphere. The park, like all Disney creations, is full of little surprises.
There’s an umbrella attached to a streetlight near the old Hunchback Theater. Grab the umbrella, and step on the black square embedded in the cement underneath. You’ll learn why they call this the “Singing in the Rain” umbrella!
Hang out on Hollywood Boulevard or Sunset Boulevard and watch for the “citizens of Hollywood.” These are Disney Cast Members, disguised as characters from 1930’s Hollywood, who will interact with each other and with guests in hilarious ways.
Mulch, Sweat and Shears
Watch the “Rockin’ Landscapers” perform Hard Rock and Roll tunes on the Streets of America (early afternoon to late evening. Check your times guide.)
Disney Channel Rocks!
If you’re a fan of any Disney Channel Movies or Shows, be near the Sorcerer Hat to take in the singing and dancing.