2010 Entertainment Shows
#11
Better than no practice! LOL
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#12
(05-10-2010, 12:34 AM)Velcro Wrote: Better than no practice! LOL
Considering Cedar Point Live E has been Rehearsing since Mid March, and Lagoon Used to Begin in Early March, I wouldn't say that! lol
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#13
Why did they replace the stage anyway???
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#14
New shows = new stage. It is always good to update things. Plus, Rock U2 The Top is being replaced after many years. The look of the stage was based on that show. It makes sense to update the look of the stage to match the current shows.
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#15
(05-10-2010, 10:28 PM)Velcro Wrote: New shows = new stage. It is always good to update things. Plus, Rock U2 The Top is being replaced after many years. The look of the stage was based on that show. It makes sense to update the look of the stage to match the current shows.

You mean "mix u2 the top" LOL
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#16
(05-10-2010, 10:28 PM)Velcro Wrote: New shows = new stage. It is always good to update things. Plus, Rock U2 The Top is being replaced after many years. The look of the stage was based on that show. It makes sense to update the look of the stage to match the current shows.

Just like switching the Energy Solutions Arena from an Ice Skating Rink to the Jazz court. I doubt they got completely rid of the stage. That would leave Lagoon broke if they spent $3000 on replacing the stage every year.
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#17
(05-11-2010, 04:18 PM)Invisible Ink Wrote:
(05-10-2010, 10:28 PM)Velcro Wrote: New shows = new stage. It is always good to update things. Plus, Rock U2 The Top is being replaced after many years. The look of the stage was based on that show. It makes sense to update the look of the stage to match the current shows.

Just like switching the Energy Solutions Arena from an Ice Skating Rink to the Jazz court. I doubt they got completely rid of the stage. That would leave Lagoon broke if they spent $3000 on replacing the stage every year.

Could you please stop mentioning how much money is spent on things. I don't think you have any idea what things cost! Nor do you have any concept of the money Lagoon pulls in and spends. Just to give you an idea, each commercial spot that Lagoon runs costs more than $3,000. How many do you see on local TV?

-Z
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#18
(05-11-2010, 04:18 PM)Invisible Ink Wrote:
(05-10-2010, 10:28 PM)Velcro Wrote: New shows = new stage. It is always good to update things. Plus, Rock U2 The Top is being replaced after many years. The look of the stage was based on that show. It makes sense to update the look of the stage to match the current shows.

Just like switching the Energy Solutions Arena from an Ice Skating Rink to the Jazz court. I doubt they got completely rid of the stage. That would leave Lagoon broke if they spent $3000 on replacing the stage every year.
What the Hell does converting ESA from an Ice Rink (Which they don't have Ice often) to a Basketball Venue have to do with Lagoon remodeling a Live E Stage?

Remodeling the Carousel Theater Stage from a Beach Theme to the Street Theme cost Lagoon $50,000, which Mark and Kristie only planned on keeping for 5 Years. Wink
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#19
The old carousel theater backdrop is in the Opera House.
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#20
What was the old backdrop?
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