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Walt Disney Creative Entertainment

Walt Disney Creative Entertainment
Type Division of Walt Disney Imagineering
Founded 2000
Headquarters Glendale, California, U.S.
Products Theatrical/technical live entertainment productions
Owners The Walt Disney Company
Parent Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
Website [1]

Walt Disney Creative Entertainment is the theatrical and technical live entertainment production division of Walt Disney Imagineering, the design and development arm of The Walt Disney Company.


Disney Creative Entertainment devises and produces large scale shows, parades, and fireworks displays for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, one of the four major units of the media conglomerate, and also creates entertainment for the two non-Disney-owned theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland, and Tokyo DisneySea.[1] Walt Disney Creative Entertainment is currently led by Kevin Eld.[2] Kevin took over the role from Anne Hamburger, who left the organization to establish herself as an independent theatrical producer. Theatrical Development of Walt Disney Creative Entertainment is led by Michael Jung, parades, fireworks displays, and nighttime spectaculars development is led by Steve Davison, and the production and technical division is led by Ted Carlsson, long time technical director for multiple projects in all Disney theme parks.

History and shows

Disney Creative Entertainment was founded in 2000 with the arrival of Executive Vice President Anne Hamburger.[1] Prior to her arrival Executive Vice President Ron Logan oversaw all shows and parades created by the Walt Disney Company worldwide.

Some of the company's most notable works since being officially formed in 2000 include:

Disneyland Resort

Walt Disney World Resort

Tokyo Disney Resort

Disneyland Paris

Disney Cruise Line

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

(All events held at Hong Kong Disneyland)


  1. ^ a b "Anne Hamburger To Exit The Disney Stage". MiceAge, via Free Press Release. 
  2. ^ "Disney to outsource making of some Audio Animatronics". 
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