And, can anyone shed light as to whether she had on a mask on her lower face? Seemed like it was a tiny bit artificial looking (just a little as both hubby and I were not sure if there really was a mask) and I can't imagine her having to smile all the way while doing the acrobatic stunts.
It looks real to me,the performer is just probarely so use to doing the show.Anyone know how many shows a day the Cast must do.How many Ariel's do TDS use each day in this attraction.
Seems like the CastMembers at Hong Kong Disneyland are not doing there jobs properely if people are able to record videos of shows that are supposed to be prohibited.
Good news for me!
To be fair of the HKDL CMs, it was near mission impossible when I was there. SO MANY Guests had flashing cameras or video cameras out, the CMs were moving all over the place in that theater telling people to shut the camera off. But there was no way they could have gotten everyone.
And I do not remember there being an announcement regarding filming for the lion king show.
I guess guest visiting Hong Kong Disneyland have no idea how to behave like guest who visit Tokyo Disney Resort.Including showing consideration for the people around them.Oh well I guess I can't complain to loudly as I'm one of the people who have viewed these videos online.