Pocahontas
NATIVE AMERICAN LEGEND AND ANIMALS TAKE THE STAGE TO DEMONSTRATE HOW TO HELP PROTECT AND PRESERVE AMERICAN FORESTS AND THE ANIMALS THAT LIVE IN THEM

12-minute show presented daily in the tree-shades 400-seat amphitheatre..
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Is there really one animal that can save America's forests and the animals who live there from destruction? Native American legend says there is. But which one? Grandmother Willow says, "You must ask the animals." And Pocahontas sets out to do just that.
This is the story of "Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends," where live forest animals take the stage in a nature grove to demonstrate how they can help. Based on characters from the Walt Disney film, Pocahontas, the stage show, makes use of music from the film as background for the intimate stage show.
  There's a prickly porcupine, a possum, a raccoon, a rabbit, wild turkey and an energetic skunk. There's even a very large snake, another of the friends Pocahontas brings on stage to help younger audience members learn more about their animal neighbors. In the end, Grandmother Willow and Pocahontas and all her friends learn that the only animals who can save the forests are -- you guessed it -- humans.
The 12-minute show is presented up daily in the tree-shaded 400-seat Grandmother Willow's Grove.
  Shows are Tuesday through Saturday (effective October 2001)
 Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends
at Grandmother Willow's Grove
Join Pocahontas, Grandmother Willow and a host of live animals as they search for the protector of the forest. A special children's seating section is available.

From a Disney press release:
"Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends" -- Is there really one animal that can save America's forests and the animals who live there from destruction? Native American legend says there is. But which one? Grandmother Willow says, "You must ask the animals." And Pocahontas sets out to help her.
This is the intriguing storyline of "Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends," where live forest animals take the stage in a nature grove to demonstrate how they can help. Based on characters from the Walt Disney film, "Pocahontas," the stage show makes use of music from the film as background for the intimate stage show.
There's a prickly porcupine, a possum, a raccoon, a rabbit, wild turkey and an energetic skunk. There's even a very large snake, another of the friends Pocahontas brings on stage to help younger audience members learn more about their animal neighbors.
In the end, Grandmother Willow and Pocahontas and all her friends learn that the only animals who can save the forests are -- you guessed it -- humans.
The 12-minute show is presented up to 10 times daily in the tree-shaded 400-seat Grandmother Willow's Grove.
 Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends
The importance of protecting and preserving our forests is the message presented at the live performance of ñPocahontas and Her Forest Friendsî.  The Indian princess herself, an incredible Audio-animatronic Grandmother Willow and live animals star in the search for the protector of the forest.  Here you will find trained live animals such as rabbits, a skunk, a porcupine, a snake, a rat and an armadillo taking part in the show.  The 12-minute shows are performed 11 times daily.  The theatre has bench seating for 350 people and is not shaded.  Some of these performances are animal training sessions and have limited seating.  The theatre is wheelchair accessible.  Assistive Listening Devices are available for guests who are hearing impaired, check with Guest Services for more information.  For guests who are deaf, sign language interpreters are available on designated days, at designated times.  Call the Sign Language Co-ordinator at least 2 weeks prior to your visit, at (407) 824-5217.
 Learn environmental lessons as Grandmother Willow and Pocahontas teach you about conservation. You will also be introduced to live animals, and learn about their habitat, lifestyle, and chances of survival. Grandmother Willow's Grove, which houses the show, is located near the center of the area.
 Pocahontas and Grandmother Willow welcome you to a cozy tree-shaded 400-seat theater thatÍs home to this show as you all search for the protector of nature.
Is there really one animal that can save America's forests and the animals who live there from destruction? Native American legend says there is. But which one? Grandmother Willow says, "You must ask the animals." And Pocahontas sets out to help her.
This is the intriguing storyline of "Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends," where live forest animals take the stage in a nature grove to demonstrate how they can help. Based on characters from the Walt Disney film, "Pocahontas," the stage show makes use of music from the film as background for the intimate stage show.
There's a prickly porcupine, a possum, a raccoon, a rabbit, wild turkey and an energetic skunk. There's even a very large snake, another of the friends Pocahontas brings on stage to help younger audience members learn more about their animal neighbors.
 Pocahontas and her Forest Friends

The Pocahontas and her Forest Friends show is staged in the Camp Minnie Mickey area of the Animal Kingdom at "Grandmother Willow's Grove".
The show features live actors along with animals in a search for the protector of the forest.
As with most Disney shows it is performed daily at various times throughout the day, roughly every 30 minutes or so, although some sessions are also used for animal training and as a result have limited seating available.
 "Pocahontas and Her Forest Friends" at Grandmother WillowÍs Grove: Come along with Pocahontas, Grandma Willow, and a hand full of live animal performers as they search for the forest protector to protect Grandma Willow from being cut down.

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