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Archive for October, 2008


MurderWatch Mystery Shutters


The long-running Orlando dinner attraction, MurderWatch Mystery Theatre, will give its last performance on Saturday, December 27. That may seems a ways off, but since the show only performs on weekends, there are just six performances left. If you never saw this fun show, try to grab one of the these performnces and savor a [...]

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Change Is Good at Mad Cow

Orlando’s Mad Cow Theater has had a run of bad luck, with plays they had planned becoming unavailable But artistic director Alan Bruun is making the best of it. Here’s the letter I got from him: Dear Friends and Patrons of Mad Cow Theatre: Years ago I worked with a choreographer who always wore a [...]

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Manta Construction Pics

And speaking of changes at SeaWorld, Johnny Upsidedown has some neat pics of the ongoing construction of the new Manta “flying” roller coaster.

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A’Lure Replaces Odyssea at SeaWorld

A new show, called “A’Lure: The Call of the Ocean,” has replaced Odyssea at SeaWorld’s Nautilus Theater. From what I can tell, it looks like it remains close in spirit to the old show, which is to say it’s vaguely reminiscent of Cirque du Soleil. Some acts appear to have been rretained with some new [...]

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IOA’s Dueling Dragons Duel No More

Not the coaster!! As of now it’s still roaring right along in Lost Continent at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. But the Blue and red dragons that graced the entrance to the ride are gone in preparation for their replacement, which will be …. well, I wish I knew. Ah well, no pain, no gain.

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New SeaWorld Book Is On The Way

My latest guidebook to the Orlando area, SeaWorld, Discovery Cove & Aquatica: Orlando’s Salute to the Seas, is at the printer. It won’t be released officially until early 2009 (that’s the book business for you!) But I figured, “Why wait?” So I set up a page to offer the new book — plus the new [...]

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