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Incredibles Super Dance Party to end April 30th

Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by SpectroBro, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. ssaamm

    ssaamm Well-Known Member

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    Dance parties aren't auditioned for, performers aren't given any rehearsals or training for them or specifically casted into them.
     
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  2. ford91exploder

    ford91exploder Resident Curmudgeon

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    Perhaps because the Interns design was the cheapest...
     
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  3. disneygeek90

    disneygeek90 Well-Known Member

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    I know it was a little loud at night, etc, but I always thought it was kinda cute? Just parents and their kids dancing with the Incredibles. Apparently I seem to be in the vast minority here but, I didn't mind it at all.
     
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  4. ADMachine

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    After I saw GoTG in this thread, this is all I could think of. Say, maybe that could be a segment in the GoTG dance party? :p
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  5. MrHappy

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    I totally know what you're saying, but it seemed cheap and forced....pretty non-Disney-like. Hopefully we get something with more substance.
     
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  6. MrHappy

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    Anyone know how the Cabana test went? Would it be conceivable that this space will be cleared for permanent and gloriously bougie Cabana structures? With Club 33 announced, it seems logical that they'd add more stuff for the affluent. Hope not.
     
  7. 21stamps

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    I think the appeal of it is the lack of a "show". I like having something where people aren't lined up an hour in advance.

    It feels almost spontaneous. Walking thru Tomorrowland, grabbing the hand of the person you're with, and impromptu dancing with some fun characters.
     
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  8. disneygeek90

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    I think the spontaneity of it was, for me, what I liked best. I'd love getting on the people mover late at night and just see kids and their parents dancing with their heroes from a movie. No lines, no fastpass, no "ride," but still for some just as if not more family bonding and experiences.
     
  9. 21stamps

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    I'm incomplete agreement with you!

    It's also why I like Move it Shake it, no lines, no Fast passes, no waiting before a show. Just dancing and laughing..with characters. I feel like it's the closest that we can get to the "old days" of roaming characters.
     
  10. disneygeek90

    disneygeek90 Well-Known Member

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    Plus, who doesn't get a cheerful urge to dance when at Disney? ;)
     
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  11. brb1006

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    Or put her back in the France Pavilion where she originally meet guests instead of removing her entirely.
     
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  12. CJR

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    So glad to hear this, I never was a fan of the stage shows in that location (too open, IMO). If they must have a stage in Tomorrowland, at least make it cooler like DL's and have it rise up from the ground (and I do get that it would take some work to do that with the magical land of make believe below).
     
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    This was clearly a Eisner 90's filler idea glad to see it go
     
  14. *Q*

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    Good riddance. Hopefully with the love that Tomorrowland has been getting recently, there might be a decent chance that they're just tearing the whole stage down. I do wish they would give the Incredibles a proper venue, though, somewhere more appropriate, you know, like... Hollywood Studios.
     
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    Let it be replaced by potted plants and benches
     
  16. Ryan H. Serowinski

    Ryan H. Serowinski Well-Known Member

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    Nope, I rather see Pinocchio & Marie(both separate lines) meet on MS again and NOT Chip 'n' Dale(they can return to Tomorrowland), Pluto should be in Storybook Circus.
     
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    I am not guessing, this is what is happening.
     
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    Tommorowland used to have a good indoor theater before it got demolished. Mainly the theater where Mickey hosted "Twas The Night Before Christmas".
     
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    And if the stage is finally removed we get to hear the Tommorowland area music again at night.
     
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  20. MichWolv

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    Wasn't that outdoor?
     

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