I am so glad my kids grew up in Bear in the Big Blue House, Rollie Pollie Ollie, Stanley and Pooh days. This looks very low quality, so much so I feel sorry for the performers.
Agree 100% Starting the show with question and answer session has every toddler looking around with 'Please rescue me' looks on their faces!This is officically the most depressing thing I have even seen. Just when I thought Hollywood Studios could not achieve a new low, this offering tops it. The "Let's Dance, Woo Hoooo!" is not quality entertainment.
Just skimming through your video, I'd agree. (mostly) Everyone's just standing around. I guess I was expecting to have the characters in the audience dancing around.It seems to me like this show/dance party doesn't really hit the mark in either regard. It isn't a dance party, as the kids quickly lock onto the screens and just zone out. When the characters do appear, the choreography is too difficult for pre-school kids, and they aren't able to follow along with the characters.
So you're the reason why Alien Encounter closed.No, but Disney should be making attractions that would appeal to everyone, from a four year old, to a fourteen years old, to a forty year old, to a hundred year old. Making attractions that cater solely to four year olds is misguided.
No, but Disney should be making attractions that would appeal to everyone, from a four year old, to a fourteen years old, to a forty year old, to a hundred year old. Making attractions that cater solely to four year olds is misguided.
Agreed...especially since it’s aimed at getting the kids to move. Not much room in that venue anyways. From looking at the video, looks like it’s going to be a Fortnite dance party.Meh.
But it at least makes sense for the toddler crowd. Are they having trouble understanding puppets now so they need to see a dance party instead?
I still find dance parties lazy. But if it's out of the way ...
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