Will be going for the first time in early December. Is it fairly easy to get a good seat?
Actually a rusted mess in the water could be a good thematic compliment to Inda...lolThe body of water there is man-made. If they really wanted to, they could've put a WoC rig out there.
The biggest issue with the WoC rig, in my opinion, is it's daytime presence. During maintenance when it's above the surface, it looks terrible. Imagine a rusted mess like that sitting next to the very well-themed India.
...Bare Necessities (a song I love) really grates at me. This song, unlike Circle of Life, has no sense of grandeur and therefore no place in this show. It's like throwing a circus clown in Sunday mass. It really took me out of the "mystic vibe". So did the cartoon movie montage.
Certainly.I would love to know if anyone knows where to find the original version's preshow music...
This was the track that played just before the show started, when the boats stopped spinning and stood in place.
Music that played before that, I cannot find released officially. There was a more background track played while the shamans walked amongst the crowds, with the animal effects matching the shaman's cues.
We saw this show for the first (and last) time last week. All I can say is "Wow, what an absolute waste of time. " I am shocked that this show was approved to be shown (although I have just seen that the show I saw isn't the original iteration). It made no sense, the music was mediocre at best, you couldn't see much on the water screens, there are stained glass animals that appear and disappear for no reason, the videos should be real animals and not animated characters, and I saw no indication of how it fulfilled the purpose of the "interaction between man, animals and water". I have never been so disappointed in a Disney show before.
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