Nominated for 2021 - Lockdown LOL award

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Press Coverage

Disney Backstage 1



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What the press is saying

Jack Plotnick’s Retro Tiki Room Sendup Is a Delight

Nominated for the 2021 “Queerties” award for “Lockdown LOL”

“Each year The Queerties recognizes the best in LGBTQ culture and media.”

– Queerty


“Jack Plotnick has created a brilliant musical about the jaded women toiling behind the scenes.”

– World of Wonder


Disney Imagineers Navigate Sexual Tension in Queer Musical Spoof

“Jack Plotnick created a wonderfully gay reimagining of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color. ...his parody of a Disney classic is spot-on.”

– The Advocate


Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room beautifully satirized by Jack Plotnick

“I was beginning to worry Jack Plotnick was done making videos but then this one showed up—phew! brilliantly funny.”

– BoingBoing


These Hilarious Disney Studio Satires By Jack Plotnick Are Works Of Art

“If you’re into vintage Disneyland, Mary Blair art, or Imagineering, prepare to laugh.
Actor Jack Plotnick has dropped himself into a 1965 episode of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color in which Disney tours a young woman around the Imagineering department to preview new attractions like It’s a Small World, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Haunted Mansion. In increasingly unhinged situations, Plotnick impersonates the artists who appear in the episode.
The videos are clearly a labor of love – no one puts this much effort into making fun of behind-the-scenes Disney studio life unless they have a deep appreciation for it — and Plotnick manages to effectively satirize the bygone era’s workplace improprieties like drinking on the job and womanizing.”

– CartoonBrew


Sacred cows are skewered in this hilarious satire of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color

“You may never think of beloved artist Mary Blair the same after viewing actor Jack Plotnick’s hilarious lampoon of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color. In Plotnick’s version of the 1965 series, viewers are once again taken behind-the-scenes to meet with Disneyland imagineers, only this time the polite veneer filtering the sexism and ill-advised design concepts (The “It’s a Small World” song should really be a registered torture device) are met head-on.”

– BoingBoing


Jack Plotnick takes aim at Disney’s Its A Small World

“The actor/writer/producer and comic genius Jack Plotnick has enjoyed a very successful and busy career. On YouTube now are Plotnick’s completely hilarious brand new parodies of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color.  If you are old enough to remember the 1965 original’s, you’ll start to realize how duped you were back then. As Plotnick’s lampoon’s these (precious) childhood memories  you’ll realize “It’s (not  just) A Small World After All” it’s also a sexist, racist patronizing one too.”

 – QueerGuru