‘Rogers: The Musical’ Will Debut at Disney California Adventure on June 30

Rogers - The Musical

In a move lifted directly from the Disney+ series, “Hawkeye,” Guests will actually be able to see the Broadway musical that was featured in the show at the Disneyland Resort. The fictional “Rogers: The Musical” is actually going to become a reality beginning June 30 at Disney California Adventure.

“Rogers: The Musical” will be a real-life, all-new short one-act musical theater production that will take place on the stage at the Hyperion Theater. It won’t be around for long though; the show is only going to be available for a limited-time engagement.

This production features a cast of singers and dancers telling the story of Steve Rogers/Captain America. The show will feature Peggy Carter, Nick Fury and select members of the Avengers. The musical will take the audience on a journey from Steve’s beginnings during World War II all the way to becoming Captain America.

The show will include musical numbers like “Save the City” which was featured in “Hawkeye,” as well as “Star Spangled Man” from “Captain America: The First Avenger.” Plus there will be five new original songs written just for “Rogers: The Musical.”

“Rogers: The Musical” will run approximately 30 minutes. It will take place Tuesday through Saturday most weeks. Show times will be shared closer to opening day. Guests will also be able to purchase merchandise and food and beverage offerings that are themed to the limited-time show.

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