Thought this deserved its own thread, as there may be families with young children who are interested... Today's MiceAge Update dropped a small bombshell with news that Disney Jr. Live On Stage, Presented by Pull-Ups Training Pants (seriously) puppet show theater will be closing this April. Per MiceAge... "This April the Disney Junior show will have its last performances, as the theater is slated to be reworked into a Marvel themed mega meet n’ greet and performance space." http://micechat.com/149607-miceage-disneyland-rumor-update-empty-wallet/ The Disney Jr. theater building is an Art Deco facade, ostensibly being a 1930's radio broadcast building on Hollywood Blvd. The building facade has very good bones as an Art Deco building, but was given a garishly contemporary purple-puppet-cartoon overlay for pre-schoolers in 2011. It was very briefly the home of the ABC Soap Opera Bistro theme restaurant back in 2001, one of DCA's many failed opening day offerings, but has been a puppet show theater since 2003. I have only been inside once, about a decade ago with young family members, but it's basically just a giant carpeted box inside (that smelled faintly of baby pee, as I remember), with a stage at one end. And I assume there's still a large full service kitchen facility in the back leftover from ABC Soap Opera Bistro days. The demographic that visits this place is limited, roughly from age 2 to about age 6, and their adult supervision which outnumbers the kiddies at least three to one. You can see from that image above that there are way more adults than kids forced to sit on that damp carpet for the 20 minute show. In my opinion, this is a great move for DCA. If they give the exterior a refurbishment and remove the purple paint and garish 21st century cartoon signage, and replace it with period-appropriate aesthetics and signage for Captain America and/or Spiderman, that's an improvement.