What show at Disneyland or DCA would you like to be on headset for, listening to the Stage Manager call cues and what not. this may be a really nerdy poll, but i know there are some peoiple out there that are thinking about it!
Im saying Aladdin because I have already been on headset for Fantasmic and it was awsome. just got lucky one night and was invited into the area by the stage manager and he let me sit next to him in a directors chair and asked if I would like to listen to the show be called on headset..... Who would say no to that. I have seen the show many times but that by far was the best.
I think Fantsamic! would be a great show to listen in on the managers and crew as they go through the performances. There is so much going on backstage/behind the scenes that would blow my mind. I love seeing things from a behind the scenes perspective so to hear it would be equally as fun.
And just to mention this... No it wouldn't ruin the magic for me. I find it as another dimension of the magic that we as guests get to see and hear.
Definitely F!. Yes they show is largely computer controlled, but there are a TON of human elements whereas WoC is totally in the computer. Headset will probably be pretty quiet other than to mention technical issues.
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I voted Fantasmic, too. I'd love to hear all that once.
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