Saturday, March 7, 2009
Stitch's Supersonic Celebration is a new interactive show for WDW Magic Kingdom's Tomorrowland. Actually, the stage construction already began near the Carousel of Progress area.
What is interesting in this show is that it's a new adaptation of the "Turtle Talk with Crush" interactive technology. Hong-Kong Disneyland and DLP's Walt Disney Studios both have a popular interactive attraction with Stitch, where young guests can ask questions to Stitch who will answer to them.
The official release that my good friends at WDW marketing sent me with the rendering above give more details about this show:
Stitch’s SuperSonic Celebration is a musical stage show that celebrates Galaxy Day in the Tomorrowland area of Magic Kingdom Theme Park. Get ready to party with a high-energy dance troupe and a very special live video appearance from Stitch. Stitch’s SuperSonic Celebration is scheduled to debut late spring 2009.
A live broadcast of the Tomorrowland News Network, with your host Tip Trendo, is interrupted by a video transmission from Stitch, who has “borrowed” a space cruiser assigned to cover Galaxy Day—a special celebration where everyone around the galaxy celebrates everything worth celebrating.
Stitch is always up for a good party! Join Stitch, Tip, the singing Galactic Girls and some surprise guests for an out-of-this-world party filled with music and dancing. Learn some space-age dance moves and groove to old favorites and original songs with the intergalactic crew on stage.
Just because Stitch appears on a screen, don’t think this show is the same every time! Stitch interacts with the audience, and every show is a unique experience filled with fun and surprises.
So, there we are: WDI has succeed to mix the "Stitch Live!" technology used at the WDS with a Tomorrowland show, and i can't wait to see the result, coming soon at the Magic Kingdom!
Artwork: copyright Disney