BREAKING: New Reimagined Finding Nemo Musical Coming to Disney World

Finding Nemo: The Musical is a stage show in Disney’s Animal Kingdom that brings the story and characters of Finding Nemo to life with a combination of puppetry, special effects, and live music.

Finding Nemo the Musical

Since reopening the parks last year, the stage show has remained closed. And, while Disney has recently reopened select shows in the parks and will be opening more in the resorts soon, a recent update on Finding Nemo: The Musical suggests that it could be much longer before the show returns to Animal Kingdom.

Disney has announced that Finding Nemo: The Musical is closing as we know it to be reimagined with a new storyline based on the same classic characters.

Finding Nemo: The Musical’s Jellyfish Sequence

Disney also shared that the show is still in the “early stages of development,” but we can expect to see the return of the musical with “new story material, as well as fan favorite songs such as “In the Big Blue World” and “Go with the Flow” sometime in 2022.

Finding Nemo the Musical

Of course, we’ll continue to keep an eye out for more details on the reimagined show, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!

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2 Replies to “BREAKING: New Reimagined Finding Nemo Musical Coming to Disney World”

  1. It’s a shame they are going to reimagine what is arguably the best live action show at WDW. (Although performance standards have declined steadily since it first opened). And we are going to be left with one less thing to do at AK while they sort it out. The 50th celebration is losing its lustre by the day.

    1. I’m wondering how you reimagine a show that already follows the storyline of the movie rather well? Maybe they’ll make it Finding Dory, which seemed to be the more popular movie?