PHOTOS - Concrete work in Center Stage area at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Oct 23, 2018 in "Star Wars A Galaxy Far, Far Away"

Concrete work on the Center Stage area

Star Wars - A Galaxy Far, Far Away is currently closed, and during the downtime, work is underway on concrete replacement in the stage area.

The stage show which began in April 2016 as part of Disney's Hollywood Studios big Star Wars push, closed on October 1, and is expected to resume operation on November 18 2018.

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Article Posted: Oct 23, 2018 / 9:57am ET
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monothingieNov 20, 2018

Seasonal or Permanent return?

MisterPenguinNov 20, 2018

Star Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far Away Returns Today at Disney's Hollywood Studios

AshaNeOmahOct 23, 2018

"Copyright issues" be damned! Let's just go with a giant Luxo!

VJOct 23, 2018

In all my years of being a member of this board, I never thought I'd see the day when someone would actually want the hat back...

MansionButler84Oct 23, 2018

Wouldn't it be nice if there were a purpose-built land that could hold all-things Star Wars? Then they could build a 13-story Toy Story ball in front of the Chinese Theatre.

ThatMouseOct 23, 2018

I wonder if they will stop putting junk in front of the theater once the Mickey ride opens?

Goofnut1980Oct 23, 2018

They could bring the hat back in place of this show.. just sayin. It was better to look at and it didn't even move! lol

wdwmagicOct 23, 2018

PHOTOS - Concrete work in Center Stage area at Disney's Hollywood Studios

nickysSep 21, 2018

Do you have any news on Jedi Training? Ther are no times showing past the end of this month. Is this also a victim of the cuts?

Goofnut1980Sep 21, 2018

How is this "show" even still around. 2 1/2 years old. Bring back a good ol fashioned parade. Why is MK the only location with a daytime parade? We used to have one at MGM, AK and Epcot. I loved the Christmas overlay to the parade at AK. It was simple but cute.. And who didn't love smelling Minnies hot cocoa bathtub in the air!

drod1985Sep 19, 2018

It's the goal for us as consumers. But short wait times = less people in the parks = less profit for Disney = risk of budget cuts = bad for consumers. At the same time the lower attendance could partially be to do price increases, which makes this a negative cyclical effect.

Kevin_WSep 19, 2018

Why do we treat short wait times as a bad thing? Shouldn't that be the goal?

Gabe1Sep 18, 2018

Granted it was a slower season however we found in the course of 3 weeks only a couple attractions to be close to accurate. Peter Pan being one. Cut most in half and that was the ballpark wait time. At a bout 8 pm Frozen said 60 and there was zero guests in the stand by. Test Track single rider 40 minutes it was 5 minutes. Everest 25 single 20. The wait for standby was your walk to load. We arrived at the MK at 1015 am and left at 130pm. Rode Space, Peoplemover, Buzz, Indy, DWarf, Under Sea, Mansion, Sawyer, lunch Splash Thunder and Pirates. We had no problems getting FP+ after our first 3. We left and went swimming. We with some effort we’re able to get FoP twice same day within a couple hours. I don’t know what is up with the inflated wait times but our resorts were not crowded and neither were the restaurants other than the very Popular quick service. Even high end Springs were offering 40% off at lunch. That’s a heck of a discount This is free dining season and we just didn’t have problems anywhere overall and we always travel to WDW at this time of year.

AJH219Sep 18, 2018

What a travesty....NOT!