This weekend, a brand new permanent stunt show opens up at LEGOLAND Florida, and it’s called Brickbeard’s Watersports Stunt Show. I got to enjoy a media preview of this new show, and I can tell you it’s fun for all ages.
Arrrggghhh Mateys! Ye be looking for some pirate fun, look no further than the new PirateFest Weekends, kicking off at LEGOLAND Florida on February 12, 2021.
In the continuing series of pink slips given by Walt Disney World, over 700 entertainers from shows around the parks and resorts were laid off on Tuesday, October 27.
Those laid off include entire casts of performers from:
Late last week, Walt Disney World and Actors’ Equity Association reached an agreement over COVID-19 testing that will allow actors to return to work at the parks.
A new show opened at Disney’s Hollywood Studios yesterday, and it’s a non-actor replacement for the long-running “Beauty and the Beast — Live on Stage” show.
Racing fans of all ages get ready, because Walt Disney World has announced Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in early 2019.
Walt Disney World has announced Disney’s Hollywood Studios will present “The Music of Pixar Live! – A Symphony of Characters” starting May 26, 2017.
This limited-time event will showcase music from Pixar Animation Studios films, like Toy Story, Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, and Cars, complete with a live orchestra.
The much anticipated Rivers of Light will finally debut at Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World on February 17, 2017.
Rivers of Light is a 15-minute show combining live performance, floating set pieces, a soaring musical score, fountains and more in a celebration of animals and nature on the Discovery River inside the park.
Not content to rest on the laurels of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Universal Orlando held a press conference this last week to unveil what they have planned for park guests for 2012.
The January 25 conference included information on new attractions, upgrades to existing attractions and shows, and more that are coming to Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and CityWalk.
Here’s a quick rundown:
The popular Blue Man Group show will be debuting an entirely new show to audiences in February 2012. Their CityWalk theater is being revamped with cutting edge technology and the show will feature more interaction with the audience. New elements to the show include BMG interacting with enormous “GiPads” (not sure what exactly those are but it sounds fun). The finale will also feature new music.
Hollywood Drive-In Golf is set to open in February, as well. Designed to resemble a classic drive-in theater, one side will be 18 holes of classic horror film themes and the other side will be 18 holes of sci-fi film themes.