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After a parade or show has been retired, what happens to the dancer's costumes?

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  • [Question] After a parade or show has been retired, what happens to the dancer's costumes?

    Title pretty much says it all, however i will clarify i am specifically asking to see if disney auctions off any of these clothes in particular the dancer's from "Tiana's Showboat Jubilee" i would be VERY MUCH like these costumes and would love to get my hands on one of these masterpieces! Any ideas what they do with them??

    Thanks in advance!

    ~Hatter

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    Re: After a parade or show has been retired, what happens to the dancer's costumes?

    They sell SOME pieces at Company D for purchase by CMs only, and I think they reuse a lot of the costumes.
    Poor unfortunate Souls.

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      Re: After a parade or show has been retired, what happens to the dancer's costumes?

      Some costumes from Parade of Dreams have been reused recently like for the Family Fun Weekends Mardi Gras, Mickey's Costume Party and for a performance Jodi Benson did.

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        Re: After a parade or show has been retired, what happens to the dancer's costumes?

        storage, and they will pull them out for special events.
        The Few, The Proud, The Fans Fan of Light Magic!

        Walt Disney World College Program, Spring 2005, Entertainment

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          Re: After a parade or show has been retired, what happens to the dancer's costumes?

          So you would say some of the costumes from the 45th anniversary parade are still around in disneyland storage warehouses? Wow.. Very interesting, i would have though disney would have auctioned off things or destroyed them due to lack of space at the DLR and cost of off-site storage. Very nice to know! Thanks guys!

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