Re: Walls Around Stitch Celebration Show Come Down! (Pics)
From Mouse Planet on Monday WDW Update:
Stitch not off to a rollicking start
Well, Stitch's SuperSonic Celebration is now running, and most reviews to date have been tepid at best. It seems that most adults, at least, are somewhat nonplussed by the new 25-minute stage show performed six times daily in Tomorrowland.
The show starts with a 10-minute pre-show of a Tomorrowland News Network broadcast, with Stitch eventually appearing and interacting with the audience from the video screen behind the stage. Stitch talks to audience members and takes digital pictures of them, using similar technology to that employed in Turtle Talk with Crush and Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor.
On-stage is host Tip Trendo and his Galactic Girls backup group, at some point joined by dancing robots. The audience (sitting in the hot sun with no shade anywhere near the stage) is at some point taught the "Stitch dance." Eventually, Stitch teleports to the stage in his Elvis garb for a dancing finale (where the guests put their "Stitch dance" knowledge to use). Be prepared for an unusual instrumental rendition of "The Best Time of Your Life" at show's end.
Please note that this story is not based on first-hand viewing yet, but rather reports from various folks who have already seen it and posted their opinions on the Internet. I'm still waiting to hear what MousePlanet's Steve Russo has to say about the show. Steve is not a huge Stitch fan, but he did have the opportunity to interview one of the folks behind the show during his trip last week. I'm sure that it will be an interesting article.
Dancing robots and Galactic Girls perform on stage while Stitch appears on the giant screen above the stage. Photo by Steve Russo.
Stitch appears in his Elvis garb at the end of Stitch's SuperSonic Celebration. Photo by Steve Russo.
Some people are like Slinkies.
They aren't really good for anything,
but they still bring a smile to my face when I push them down a flight of stairs.
Friends are Gods way of apologizing to us for our families.