– by Seth McDonald

Live shows find a way. A Jurassic World live show is set to begin in 2019 in the United States and will then head off around the world. The announcement came today from Universal Brand Development and Feld Entertainment Inc. Dinosaurs up to 40-feet long will entertain audiences through the use of human performers and animatronics.

Chairman and CEO of Feld Entertainment, Kenneth Feld:

“The Jurassic World Live arena experience will create new ways for fans to engage with one of the world’s most popular franchises. Feld Entertainment has the expertise and experience to bring this iconic franchise to life through an innovative format in an immersive arena setting coupled with a unique narrative that includes iconic locations and fan favorite dinosaurs – creating edge-of-your-seat, live entertainment that is a mix between a stunt show and a 3-D thrill attraction.”

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The press release for the show says it will be “breaking down the traditional arena barriers that typically exist between the audience and the live action.” It is possible this will be part live show and part attraction, the more interactive the better.

While I haven’t been to one of these types of live shows in a long time, I do remember enjoying them. As a kid the Indiana Jones live show was fantastic, the downside was it took time away from exploring other attractions at the park.

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Source: SlashFilm