Citizens of Hollywood (also known as Streetmosphere) is a live street performance that occurs every day at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The performances normally vary from a game show to a maintenance crew. Guests may also interact with the show, generally called up by the actors to join the show. The shows can perform in multiple areas at one time, and last normally about fifteen minutes. Their arrival is announced when a slow moving vehicle is seen traversing through the street, or an actor is seen setting something up, or if one is simply standing on the sidewalk.
Citizens of Hollywood can occur in three areas: Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, and the entrance to Echo Lake. The actors can be differed from guests by wearing flamboyant costumes, and guests normally group around their area to see their performances. Characters can normally be found hiding in stores, or sometimes Tower of Terror's unload before coming out to perform.
The performances they do are always comedic, generally containing either intentionally bad or clever puns. Certain shows have a repeated topic that is focused on, but the performance is different each time.
The show never performs in rain, and will put the performance to a halt if rain starts during their shows.
Types of shows
- Good Morning Hollywood on the corner of Hollywood and Vine
- The Funniest Citizen of Hollywood competition (also known as 99)
- The Hollywood Matchmaker game
- The Red Carpet Radio Cavalcade
- A magic trick table
- The Hollywood Hot Seat
List of Characters
- Sonny Burbank, the mayor
- Jack Diamond, a talent agent.
- Director Oscar Meyerwiener
- Cloe Canard
- Betty Shambles
- Wink Wright, movie critic
- Dara Vamp
- Dorma Nesmond
- Evie Starlight
- Beau Wrangler, cowboy movie star
- Montgomery Dash, movie star
- Officer Percival Peabody
- Officer William Club
- Officer Prime Brody
- Officer Pat Friskem
- Paige Turner
- Stone Granite
- Ace Victory
- Juan Scenario, a screenwriter
- Phoebe Bizarre
- Flora Fierra
- Ginny Vermouth
- Buddy Flowers
- Note that the actors are never assigned to the same people, the person portraying them may be different on each of their appearances.