TokyoMouse's Tower is beautiful, and this is coming from someone who has done live theatre for years and someone who doesn't really go to parks for theming, but I digress. The blue wash at night is especially beautiful, as is the underlighting and field-washes on Aquatopia, which doesnt seem all that pointless, IMO. One of Disney's primary intents was very similar to theatre: "a willing suspension of belief." By employing things that seem random and outlandish, you end up with a microcosm of fantasy, a pocket of unreality that lasts as long as you are there.
This almost makes me want to go to another Mouse, which is substantal. I worked for the Mouse for a summer in the 80's (read: intern by day, inebriated dork by night) and, like Holywood, all that glitters is not true starlight. But the Japanese are in control here, so I just might break my Mouse boycott.
Hope you are having a great time. My classical debut gig is in a little over 4 weeks, so I'm scarcer than Denny's with good food. Have a great time!
Scott "I wish they would make a Bullet Train Monorail just to be funny and random" Mayfield
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