Hoop Dee Doo Musical Review
The show centers around the Pioneer Hall Players, a group of singers and actors who are taking their act on the road. There are six Players in all, and each one has a vibrant personality that plays off of the others to ensure that there is non-stop comedy throughout the entire evening. The entertainers sing, dance, interact with the crowd (expect to be recognized if you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary – they also pull four people up on the stage to be a part of their final act) and, most of all, just have fun.
The food is on the same level as the show in terms of quality. You can expect good, down-home cooking at the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Review, with tossed salad, a loaf of cornbread and honey butter for starters (all of the food is endless, so if you want more, just ask!). The feature items include Ma’s delicious fried chicken, smoked barbeque pork ribs, buttered corn on the cob and country style baked beans, while strawberry shortcake is served for dessert.
Assorted Coca Cola products are also included with your meal, as is lemonade, iced tea, apple juice, milk, chocolate milk, hot tea, coffee, draft Bud Light, Chardonnay, Rose, Sangria and Merlot. Bottled beers are also available, but at an extra cost (and be sure to bring your photo ID with you if you plan to partake).
The cost for the show is broken down into three tiers based on the location of your table. Category 1, which will guarantee you a seat on the first floor with your table nearest the stage and in the middle of the action, is $58.99 (including tax and gratuity) for adults 10 and up and $29.99 for children ages 3-9. Category 2, which offers either a table on the first floor behind the category 1 seats or in the center of the balcony seating, is $50.99 and $25.99 for adults and children, respectively. Category 3 seats are tables located on the left and right hand sides of the balcony on the second floor and are the same price as Category 2 seating. There are three shows nightly, at 5 p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. and each show lasts approximately two hours. Due to the popularity of the show, reservations are required and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit by calling 407-WDW-DINE.
To get to Pioneer Hall, Fort Wilderness guests may board the internal buses to the Settlement Depot. Non-guests can drive to the Fort Wilderness Resort and catch the bus as well, take the boat from the Contemporary, Wilderness Lodge or Magic Kingdom or take a bus from the Ticket and Transportation Center. However, please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to show time, and if you choose to pick up your tickets at the box office at Pioneer Hall, plan to arrive 40 minutes prior to show time.
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