Dr. Lee Returning Home To Dine At Club 33

After working 28 years at Club 33, it was so wonderful to return, but this time I was the guest!
Mickey and Pluto seemed happy to see me and I was sure happy to see them. Honestly, I miss Club 33, being there felt like home.

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

World of Color

From unprecedented lagoon magic to eye-popping colors and unforgettable music,the upcoming nighttime water spectacular,"World of Color",at Disney's California Adventure(DCA),is destined to become legendary. Debuting in the spring of 2010,World of Color will be a remarkable 25-minute journey of fluid motions,music,fire,fountains and organic water effects traveling through the colorful worlds of beloved animated Disney and Disney Pixar films.
Each night, guests will experience the thrill of watching the show from a brand-new 9,000-capacity viewing area around Paradise Bay on the world's largest projected water screen-a wall of water 380 feet wide by 50 feet high for a projected surface of 19,000 square feet! With such an incredible canvas,the sky is the limit for this amazing show-in-the-works.Guests might even find a few hidden surprises. The fountain is capable of doing hidden Mickeys. These can be found in different versions in the light or water. So one may appear-you never know!
During the show, there's a big treat for serious Disney fans. Walt Disney's original song,"The Wonderful World of Color",was pulled from the archives,will open the show. The entire score will actually be done with a full 100-piece orchestra. It's very intricate,and Disney will have the best team working hard on it.
Equally as impressive as the music are the stunning visual effects,where water becomes an interactive character that blends into an interwoven story of Disney animated moives. The exciting journey begins with Tinker Bell flying through a magical mist and enchanting the lagoon with her pixie dust,bringing to life her mischievous new pal,Little Spuirt. Together they venture into the magical forest where the Spring Sprite unveils the nearly 400-foot water wall as she makes the forest come to life. The story travels through the colors of the wind with Procahontas,a rainstorm with Heimlich,the comical world of Alice in Wonderland and the sea of The Little Mermaid(where Little Squirt leads a conga line of dancing fountains!)before soaring into the "Colors of the Universe." From WALL-E and Buzz to Esmeralda and Dr. Facilier,the water seamlessly travels from world to world and even dances with fire during the "Color of Fears." Don't miss the incredible drum sequence that transforms into 30-foot walls of water creating a mesmerizing wildebeest stampede!
After landing in the "World of Tears," the show celebrates couples in love,followed by the stunning three-minute finale,which will truly be an explosive kaleidoscope of color filled with captivating water effects.
And if you see the show once,don't think you have seen it all.World of Color will change over time,for a Halloween show or even a holiday show. World of Color is about endless imagination!



Rooney said...

I chanced upon to view your blog and found it very interesting. Great ... Keep it up!

Terry Pettit said...

Dr Lee,
Thank you for the update and description of the new "World of Color" exhibit opening in 2010 and for your valued service. My wife and I visit "D" at least twice per year. As a child, my first visit to "D" was during the opening year. Boy, what a difference over the years! My wife and I will be making our 3rd visit this year for our birthdays in October.
Blessings and enjoyment as you enjoy your retirement years. Terry & Nancy