6. You’ve got to stay in your story. No matter where you are within the Walt Disney World Resort, if you are portraying a Disney character, you cannot leave your story. That means that if, for example, you are playing the role of Aurora, and a child asks you about SpongeBob SquarePants, you have to act as if you’ve never heard of him since he’s not a part of your story. If you’re playing the role of Prince Eric, and a child shows you her iPad, you’ll have to act as though you’ve never seen one in your life. This is another way Disney keeps the Magic alive and believable.
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