Hate to see the LM show in DHS go. I really enjoy live shows. However, I don't know how they can keep it based on what we are hearing around that area. Theme wise, I don't know how it can fit.
I wondering if they're surveying to find out if they should salvage it somehow? Just looking at the layout of the park, it seems inevitable that this will close. Maybe they're considering moving it? Or thinking about opening a new, similar show for DHS 2.0?
Absolutely. Every trip we get surveyed at least twice and only a few seem to have been associated with existing. On year's ago was about One Man's Dream which at the time was just a one off for a few months. They were very interested to see if it had staying power. And it did for several years. But that survey was unusual in appearing to have direct impact. Most are just general fact finding.Disney will periodically survey guests on attractions just to find out their opinion, not necessarily as part of any greater plan.
I was told this by other members here after I asked about a Jungle Cruise survey I took.
Did they ask questions like
Would you go back
Would you recommend it to others
Is it a quality ride
Is it something you make sure not to miss when you visit dhs
Based on it's proximity to Pixar it could be made into a "Cars" type attraction. That said, based in it's cost of operation, I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that to happen. It's fun to watch once or twice, but, then it kind of loses it's drawing power.Based on its location it almost has to go or be relocated if they are planning a DHS Rebuild. If it does close down DHS is going to be a lonely place down that end.
Don't know, but, probably pretty close to the same thing using "Cars" bodies on the vehicles. It is a story about a race car after all. A little change of scenery, a different story line and like magic you have another Pixar based attraction.How would that work exactly?
Don't know, but, probably pretty close to the same thing using "Cars" bodies on the vehicles. It is a story about a race car after all. A little change of scenery, a different story line and like magic you have another Pixar based attraction.
Has the water screen been permanently disabled, or was it just disabled when I went on my most recent trip (March 2015)? That was one of the more interesting parts of the show for me so to see it gone (at least when I went) was a big bummer. In my opinion, the show just isn't that great. I think part of the problem is that the theater is so small (relatively speaking) so they need to keep the show length down to keep capacity up. I'd love to see a larger theater be part of the revamp plan so they could do a 30-45 minute show along the lines of Nemo the Musical or Aladdin the Musical (at DCA... which is just a FANTASTIC show!)
It does, in the book it says that they wanted to make the vehicles trackless so that it could simulate the feeling of being on or underwater. They say that it would feel like you are taken by the current and the waves of the water. They also mentioned that they might use actual water except for the scenes " under the sea". They were also planning on using bubbles and side screens to improve the feeling of being under the water. I really think it is a shame that they never continued these ideas. I dont think that the existing ride is bad, but this ride would probably have fully satisfied the fans.
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