Details on New Captain America Attraction

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As part of the Disney100 celebration at Disneyland Resort, Disney California Adventure Park is debuting a new Captain America attraction.

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Rogers: The Musical

Located at the Hyperion Theater, the Disney Park will be premiering “Rogers: The Musical” on June 30.

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The new show will be running for a limited-time engagement through August 31 and tells the story of Steve Rogers (Captain America). It also features popular Marvel Avengers such as Peggy Carter, Nick Fury, and others friends from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The new production will feature five all-new songs with music by Grammy-winning composer Christopher Lennertz and lyrics by Jordan Peterson, Christopher Lennertz, and Alex Karukas.

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The show will be performed multiple times per day, Tuesday through Saturday, most weeks. Its daily showtimes have been posted as 12:30pm, 2:00pm, 4:00pm, and 5:30pm.

On the Disneyland app, Guests will be able to access viewing areas for the musical through a virtual queue system. Although the virtual queue is not required to view the show, it is highly recommended by Disney.

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Details on how to use the virtual queue system are available at

Premium Viewing Experience

Guests can also take advantage of the Premium Viewing Experience for $29. It includes first access to the Hyperion Theater to select seats and priority access to a photo opportunity with your picture taken by a Disney Photopass photographer. It also includes a souveneir popcorn bucket with red, white, and blue kettle corn, and a bottled Coca Cola beverage.

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“Rogers: The Musical” explores themes of heroism, romance and self-discovery through a number of musical styles and original choreography. It’s inspired by the fictional Broadway theater sequence in the first episode of the Disney Plus series “Hawkeye.”

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