'Star Wars A Galaxy Far, Far Away' stage show and some meet and greets to end alongside entertainment shift to Galaxy's Edge?

Feb 07, 2020 in "Star Wars A Galaxy Far, Far Away"

Disney's Hollywood Studios is expected to begin a reshuffle its entertainment and character line-up as the focus shifts towards bringing more entertainment to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

The 'Star Wars A Galaxy Far, Far Away' stage show is speculated to being coming to an end later this month. The show debuted in 2016 as Disney moved quickly to add more Star Wars content to the park ahead of the completion of Galaxy's Edge. The show has been relatively poorly received by guests and requires a lot of resources to accommodate its performance.

Elsewhere in the park, it is expected that Mike, Bo Peep and Frozone will be taking a break from meet and greets.

The result of the changes will free up entertainment budget to bring more offerings to Batuu. The first addition is thought to be a stage show taking place on the Tie Fighter stage in the First Order area of the land.

Since opening, the main criticism of Galaxy's Edge has been a lack of atmosphere entertainment in a land that initially promised to be alive with the local residents of Black Spire Outpost and beyond.  These changes look to be the first step in addressing that criticism.

Disney is yet to announce any entertainment changes, so until then, consider this to be speculation.

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Article Posted: Feb 07, 2020 / 1:30pm ET