The latest episode of “Disney Insider” is becoming streaming at Disney +, which will take fans behind the special hit “Muppets Haunted Mansion” and offer a look at “Drawn to Life”. the highly anticipated new Cirque du Soleil show coming soon to Disney Springs at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Whether you’re the Great Gonzo who spends the night in an enchanted mansion, or you’re a trapeze artist who tells the story of Disney Animation through your craft, there’s always something going on at Disney Parks. Starting today, Disney + subscribers can delve into what it takes to revive magic through storytelling and art.
Earlier this month, “Muppets Haunted Mansion” made its world debut at Disney +. In this episode of “Disney Insider”, executive producer Bill Barretta (also the performer of some of your favorite Muppets, including Pepe the King Prawn) takes us to the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland Park to meet the designer of production of the special, Darcy Prevost. They discuss how “Haunted Mansion Muppets” was inspired by Haunted Mansion attractions at Disney parks around the world and how Darcy and his team brought a distinctive touch of Muppets to many of the attraction-inspired details. They even share some hidden details of the Easter egg that you may have missed.
Kim Irvine, executive creative director of Walt Disney Imagineering, is also interviewed regarding her family legacy of attraction, her appearance in the special and how the combination of the Muppets and the Enchanted Mansion is a fun combination for this one. original special. .
Although I’ve broadcast “Muppets Haunted Mansion” more times than I like to admit, seeing this inner look has me moribund to see him again. After all, even if you’ve aired the 999 special times … there’s always room for a thousand. Any volunteers?
At the end of this November, audiences of all ages in Disney Springs will be able to experience the world of the animator coming to life in an impressive way in the characteristic style of Cirque du Soleil. “Drawn to Life,” fifty years of Cirque du Soleilth production, celebrates Disney’s extraordinary legacy in the art of animation, from the first pencil sketches to today’s fascinating shows.
The show tells the story of a determined girl who embarks on an inspiring search full of memories of her Disney childhood, brought to life through innovative design and dazzling performances. We will follow her as she jumps into a whimsical world and discovers new possibilities that animate the story of her future. In this episode of “Disney Insider,” learn the tricks it took to bring this awesome show to Walt Disney World during the world’s most magical celebration.
Tickets are now available for “Drawn to Life” presented by Cirque du Soleil and Disney at DisneySprings.com/Cirque. Performances begin on November 18, 2021.