Behind the Scenes: Meet the Puppeteers at ‘Finding Nemo – The Musical’

Check out this behind the scenes video courtesy of Disney Parks You Tube Chanel.

Have you seen “Finding Nemo — The Musical” at Disney’s Animal Kingdom? The show uses a Japanese style of puppetry called bunraku, in which the puppeteer’s body becomes a part of the puppet, and puppets in this show range from the size of your hand to the size of a small car. Recently, Disney Parks Blog author Jennifer Fickley-Baker was able to go behind the scenes at the show to meet two of the show’s puppeteers.


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