Don't know if anyone else posted this or not (didn't see anything) but, Tic Toc is in the water now, you can see him in his storage spot if you ride the train. He looks great! AO looks pretty done as well, saw it spinning for a few minutes on Friday, and today just the top piece was spinning. Can't wait for tomorrow's preview of Magical either!!! 23 hours!!!!!
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I posted the answer in a different thread, but for convenience's sake I'll quote it here.
Originally Posted by 2DieFR
Yes, a dress rehearsal of Magical will "likely" occur tomorrow night at approximately 9:25 pm, dependent on weather and other factors. It is not listed on the official entertainment guide (which is probably why guest relations wouldn't be able to confirm it), but the June 3rd date has been circulating for a while including from Al Lutz:
The new Magical show should debut in the park with full dress rehearsals at 9:25 PM on Wednesday, June 3rd, with additional dress rehearsals planned for the evenings of the 5th and 6th. The confetti cannons and new lighting effects are coming along nicely, and the early June dress rehearsals will really be more about timing and crowd response than equipment tests.
This source says that dress rehearsal performances of Magical will take place at 9:15 pm on June 3, 5, 6 & 8, and the first performance that is confirmed by the official calendar is June 11th at 8:45 pm.
Please note that these dates are subject to cancellation at any time and cannot be guaranteed!
To sum it up, NO, we cannot completely confirm nor be 100% sure that a performance will happen, because it is a dress rehearsal, it might happen or it might not. If the show does happen, it will be at or close to the normal fireworks showtime, 9:25 pm. Several secondary sources including MousePlanet, Al Lutz and Around Disney have reported that June 3rd is a dress rehearsal night, so I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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Details: Major Rivers of America refurb, resulting in a hiatus for Fantasmic! and a closed Tom Sawyer Island, Sailing Ship Columbia, and Mark Twain Riverboat Project Status: Drained and closed during winter and spring 2010. Open Date: May 2010
My first visit to Disneyland is planned for March 2010, and they're closing a major part of the park and what I was looking forward to?
^Because it is June! Yay! Eleven days til Summer Nighttastic!
Anyway, has anyone seen them test Astro Orbitor's... well, orbitors? The planets revolving around each other? It seems from the pictures that they have been working on it. I'm curious if they've tested it or not, or if it has been successfull.
Last night around 10, AO was testing. It looks like everything might be complete. All the vehicles were back, they just need to be unwrapped. But, everything looked to be running well. The new colors are amazing!
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