*Disclaimer: I don't mean to bash or hate, I'm just sharing what I experienced.
So today I went to California Adventure and signed up for the AP viewing of World of Color-Winter Dreams. As the night came, APs were let into the viewing area, it was like any other World of Color showing. People got there early, sat at there spot until the show started, might I add that the little Mickey's Fun Wheel game is VERY enjoyable, and waited.
The show started with the 'Glow' segment and both the projections and audio stopped toward the last :30 seconds of that segment. Everyone in the crowd went "awww," when the bay went silent. Once Paradise Pier's lights went back on a good majority booed. I didn't really understand hearing, "wow, I want a refund," or "so much for being an annual passholder." A few minutes later they announced that they would resume shortly, and of course everyone complaining quickly hushed. The show started with 'Glow' once again and stopped at the exact same spot. Within moments they announced the show was cancelled. The amount of complaints that roared through the crowd was really weird to me. I understand the disappointment and frustration when you wait for something and it ends up not showing, but I don't know ..
Maybe it's just me, but everyone in the crowd was an annual passholder. I was just waiting for someone to say, "well lucky for you, you can come back any time you want!"
So my question is, how do you react when a show gets cancelled?