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The Ziti Sisters To Leave Epcot

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The Ziti Sisters, a musical and comedy group that can be found in Epcot’s Italy Pavilion, will perform their final show on February 22.

The Sisters’ show is about 25 minutes in length and features audience participation in many of the dance performances, as well as in their skits. The show takes place in the main courtyard, and guests are able to recognize the Sisters because they all wear red dresses.

The Ziti Sisters’ remaining showtimes are on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., and 5 p.m. (These are, of course, subject to change.) Make sure to pick up a Times Guide or check Lines for exact showtimes.

Currently, there are no immediate plans to replace this show.

Have you ever caught The Ziti Sisters?

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6 thoughts on “The Ziti Sisters To Leave Epcot

  • I was never a big fan of their show, but I am disappointed to see another live act leave the parks. Miyuki, rumors about PUSH and the Ziti Sisters are too many acts to lose in a short amount of time.

  • Yes! They were great! we went in Jan 2013 and my 6 year old was wearing a red Minnie Mouse shirt and a red poofy tutu. The sisters snatched her up and she joined the show. Great fn and GREAT memories!!!

  • The sisters are a hoot – though it’s pretty much the same show every time, with new participants.

    At least one of them occasionally changes her accent and becomes one of the World Showcase Players.

  • I’ve had the pleasure of watching the Ziti Sisters 2 times. I thought their show was fun with lots of audience participation. My kids were lucky enough to get chosen as flower girls for the wedding scene once.

  • I had seen the Ziti Sisters on the daily schedule and always thought it was the gals who do the acrobatics and balancing of the teacups in front of the China Pavilion. Should have known better!

  • This is to bad. I’ve been fortunate enough to catch them two or three times and thought they were very good.

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