Club Villain

In another edition of Disney World gets more cool things that Disneyland doesn’t, Disney World Resort’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios has announced Club Villain, a special ticketed event in Sunset Showcase adjacent to Rock ‘n Roller Coaster which will feature “fabulous performances, delicious food, bewitching cocktails and enchanting encounters with some of the greatest Disney villains.”

The first Club Villain will take place Jan. 16, with reservations opening today, when the mysterious Dr. Facilier is your host for the evening, welcoming guests and his friends from the “other side” to his parlor of mystical mishaps, with musical numbers and a wicked mix from his house DJ. Also stopping by to socialize are those divas of evil, Maleficent, Queen of Hearts, Cruella De Vil and the Evil Queen. Club Villain provides a spellbinding evening to enjoy fiendish concoctions from the Potions Bar, savor culinary delights from New Orleans and beyond, meet with the villains and dance the night away.

Club Villain will take place on select evenings and will cost $99 per person, tax and gratuity included. “Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 90 days in advance online or by calling 407-939-3463. A separate ticket for admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios is required.”


New details of the new “Rivers of Light” show coming to Disney World’s Animal Kingdom have been revealed. The show, which will take place on Discovery River between Discovery Island and Expedition Everest in Animal Kingdom, will debut in 2016. Here is some new information:

The show will combine live music, floating lanterns, water screens, and animal imagery. The nighttime entertainment event, choreographed by Ulka Simone Mohanty, will begin with the arrival of two Shamans, which are two complimentary forces who come to Discovery River bringing gifts of light. With their assistants, also called Acolytes, the Shamans will set out from the shore in lantern vessels, while a dramatic dance of water and life takes place to summon animal spirits.

Disney Creative Entertainment is apparently seeking contemporary and Bollywood-style dancers for roles in this new show.

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