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The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue

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Verna C wrote a review Jul 2020
Richmond, Texas65 contributions25 helpful votes
This was a fun show for families with younger kids. It kept them entertained throughout dinner. The food and service were good. The beverages for adults, wine and beer, weren't that great, but that's okay. We were there mostly for the kids!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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RetiredAnalyst wrote a review Mar 2020
Wyomissing, Pennsylvania1,518 contributions172 helpful votes
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Friday, Jun 21, 2019: We left the room at 5 for the Contemporary dock and quickly caught a launch across Bay Lake to Wilderness Lodge where we checked in for the 1815 show of Hoop-De-Do-Review. We had seats close to the stage for the dinner of Fried Chicken, ribs, salad, mashed potatoes, corn, and beans, followed by Strawberry Shortcake. The six Pioneer Hall Players put on quite a high energy show, with audience participation that included Leo (7) being selected for an on-stage role during the Davy Crockett finale.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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raglandiv wrote a review Mar 2020
Chattanooga, Tennessee10 contributions13 helpful votes
My girlfriend & I visited on a recent trip to Walt Disney World after a day at Magic Kingdom. I chose the less expensive seats, which are on the upper level of the hall atop fairly steep steps. Our seats had a nearly unobstructed view of the stage and we were able to see 95-98% of the entire show, save for the one song that the performers were directly beneath us. The menu consisted of a cornbread loaf on the table, tossed salad with Italian dressing, fried chicken (wings, breasts, thighs & legs), barbecue pork ribs, mashed potatoes, green beans, campfire beans (baked beans made with 2 or 3 types of beans & pulled pork) and for dessert, strawberry shortcake. Dinner is all you care to eat with free refills of sodas & unsweetened tea. Alcoholic beverages are available. The table next to us had a plate of cookies brought out of the kitchen as they didn't care for the strawberry shortcake. The show is reminiscent of the traveling shows of the late 1800's/early 1900's with lots of singing & dancing and plenty of comedy to keep you laughing. Throughout dinner, the performers get the entire audience involved which adds to the fun.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sdolla12 wrote a review Mar 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom21 contributions34 helpful votes
A friend of mine booked us all to eat and watch the show at the Hoop Dee Doo, and in summary it just wasn’t for me. I enjoyed the environment and the uniqueness of the experience and the tables. The entertainment is loud and if that’s your sort of thing and getting involved, you will enjoy this show. The food was tasty as most is in Disney... the issue came when one of my friends told the entertainer it was my birthday. I get anxious and uncomfortable if I get made to be at the centre of people’s attention, particularly when it’s people I don’t know. The entertainer came up to me and told me to get up and participate and i said no thank you. He just kept going and going and going and i kept saying no but he would not leave me alone. I was starting to get annoyed and walked out. That ruined the whole experience for me and I wouldn’t go back.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Kat K wrote a review Mar 2020
Michigan65 contributions21 helpful votes
Whenever we plan our trip to Disney World (at least once a year) The Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue goes in the "MUST" column. It is entertaining, food is good, service is excellent. But I need to caution any man who might be bald: wear a hat!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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