The dinner show choice for very young children is patronized by rope tricksters and taxi-dancing costumed characters wearing Western-style gear. More informal than the Hoop-Dee-Doo in that it takes place under an open-air pavilion (come dressed for humidity), the event serves passable buffet-style picnic food, but the toddler factor makes it chaotic, and for some cruel reason, seating is first come, first served. You might be less disappointed if you see this as a photo op with Mickey and not as a proper show.