Walt Disney World has finally completed its scheduled of narrators for its for its annual holiday event, the Candlelight Processional, held at the America Gardens Theatre, beginng November 23 of this year.
As we previously noted on Twitter early this month, Olivia Newton John is no longer performing from December 14-16. Instead, the time slot will be filled by Lea Salonga. In addition, Alfre Woodward fills the final open slot from December 17-19. The full narration schedule as it currently stands is as follows:
Walt Disney World has begun announcing its celebrity narrators for its Candlelight Processional performances which will take place this year during the ‘Holidays Around the World’ celebration at Epcot from November 23 through December 30, 2012.
The shows will take place at the America Gardens Theatre, located across the American Adventure pavilion. Shows are free with seating available on a standby basis, or through priority seating which is offered via special dinner and lunch packages from table service restaurants at Epcot. Park admission is separate and required regardless.
The schedule is currently as follows (subject to change at any time)
Star of the hit sitcom ‘How I Met Your Mother’ on CBS, Neil Patrick Harris, shows off a few tricks on an upcoming episode of ‘Take Two with Phineas and Ferb.’ The episode is set to premiere around 9:30 pm ET/PT on the Disney Channel on March 18, 2011 with re-airings on Disney XD to follow.
Disney XD has provided us with these first look photos of Neil entertaining the boys on their show. We will add video as it becomes available closer to the air date.
Photos courtesy and © Disney XD
Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka were spotted earlier today at Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. The couple were celebrating recently found-out news that they will be expecting twins through a surrogate mother.
Photo by Paul Hiffmeyer, courtesy of Disney.
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