Videopolis Opened next to Fantasyland at Disneyland on June 22, 1985 as a high-tech teen dance area, with a 5,000-square-foot dance floor and 70 television monitors offering popular music videos; later seats covered the dance floor and Videopolis was used for outdoor stage shows such as “One Man’s Dream,” “Dick Tracy,” and “Beauty and the Beast.” The name of the amphitheater was changed to Fantasyland Theater on June 23, 1995, with the opening of “The Spirit of Pocahontas.” Also stage in Discoveryland in Disneyland Paris; opened on April 12, 1992. The building features a re-creation of the Hyperion from Island at the Top of the World. Videopolis East was briefly a nightclub in Pleasure Island at Walt Disney World.