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  • On Jan 24, 2011
    Maria from RI Asked

    hI, I,m traveling the week of February 21st and was wondering the show times for Beauty and the Beast and the Nemo show. Also is the turtle talk with crush a show with scheduled times or an attraction which you can visit anytime?

    Hi Maria,

    Turtle Talk with Crush is one of my favorite shows to watch and this show goes on throughout the day and lasts approximately 15-minutes. The link above tells you to check the Times Guide when you enter Epcot for the times that you can see Crush, but I have never had a problem catching a show with Crush. Everytime I am there it is running continuously throughout the day approximately every 15-20 minutes, but just in case, check the Guide.

    Beauty and the Beast Live On Stage show lasts approximately 30 minutes and for this performance you will need to check the Times Guide for sure as the performance times for this show do change from week to week. For daily show times and updated attraction wait times, you may want to also check the Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park "tip board" on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Hollywood Boulevard. In general, there are about 5-6 shows per day and they usually start anytime from approximately 10:15am until approximately 5:45pm (depending on the actual day and season). This is just to give you an idea of when you might be able to catch this performance.

    For Finding Nemo-The Musical you are looking at the same advice as for Beauty and The Beast (BATB). Check the Times Guide as you enter Animal Kingdom as the show times will vary from week to week.  In general, you can expect the same as for BATB as far as length of performance (approximately 30 minutes) and again there will be approximately 5 showings throughout the day.  This is another one of those "must see" shows for us...love it! 

    Brigitta
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Meet the Panelist: Brigitta, British Columbia

I am a Canadian citizen working in the tourism industry. My Disney World experiences started with my family when I was just a little girl. I have continued this tradition with my daughter who has been there now more than 15 times. Learn More About Brigitta

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