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June 28, 2019

Find all of the coin press machines in Walt Disney World with the help of these easy tips and tricks!

February 26, 2019

One of the most immersive areas in Pixar Pier is Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff, because this shop, one little space carved out from the entirety of the pier, is focused on one story. Though this area isn’t all that helpful in terms of telling a complete story – in other words, it doesn’t have a specific beginning, middle, or end, like a ride or an attraction would – it works great for examining what goes into developing a character. Let’s look at the store through our storyteller lens.

February 15, 2019

14 times I’ve been in a Disney Park and felt love.

I love love! I, like many, haven’t always had the best relationship with Valentine’s Day, but I have always loved spreading love, and this is a great day to take a second and remember all the times I’ve felt love in my heart.

This is definitely not the usual content you’ll see in my column, but I think it’s important for you, my readers, to know more about me and my personal story before we can talk about the broader technical aspects of theming a...

February 5, 2019

Lexi, you may be thinking, this is an awfully strange topic to write a column about. And you’re right. It is kind of weird. However, this bathroom completes a task that I don’t think any other bathroom in the park does – it follows a narrative, and you guessed it, folks, builds a world! Now I know that not everyone who goes to the Disney Parks is looking for story arcs upon entering a restroom, but whether you realize it or not, your subconscious picks up on the storytelling techniques that are...

January 17, 2019

I don’t know about you, but diving into the sea with Ariel is one of my favorite things to do in Magic Kingdom. This magical, slow and steady, yet all encompassing ride has aspects to appease all senses. I had the opportunity to go to Disney World right around the time that Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid had its grand opening (I was in 8th grade) and, of course, the lines were crazy. I think we waited for an hour or more, but I thought it was worth it.

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