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Hoop-Dee-Do Question


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  • Hoop-Dee-Do Question

    We have reservations for the Hoop-Dee-Doo show at 7:15 PM on December 20th. I just read on All-Ears that people on the dining plan can sit in Category 1 seating at the 9:30 PM show. Eating at 9:30 seems pretty late, but I'm wondering if it would be worth it to change our reservations in order to be able to sit in Category 1. What do you think? Is Category 2 or 3 seating okay?


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    Re: Hoop-Dee-Do Question

    Personally, I think all the seating in this restaurant is fine unless you're in the very far back. If you sit in category 1, which is at the very front, near the stage, you'll be "part of the action" as the actors come out and interact with the guests at certain points. IN any case, I'm sure you'll love this dinner show.


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