Animal Planet Live This show is a MUST SEE for animal lovers. The show utilizes animals rescued from local shelters, that are subsequently trained for work in television and films. The show highlights how animals are trained, and provides one of the most entertaining live shows in Orlando (especially if you're an animal lover). This is an open air, under cover amphitheatre, and is a good attraction to hit when you need a break, or when you're done with everything else.
Universal Horror-Make Up Show This indoor stage show shows guests some of the tricks used in films to create gory special effects. Some of the effects can get a bit intense for young kids (like severed limbs, etc). It offers a very informative look at this genre, and does so with great humor. It's an excellent show, and should not be missed.
The Blues Brothers
A walk down Delancy Street in the New York section of Universal Orlando may yield one of the most enjoyable live shows you'll find in any theme park. The Blues Brothers perform regularly throughout the day, covering the songs made popular by the original "Jake and Elwood" (John Belushi and Dan Akroyd). And while the two lead performers do a great job, the real showstopper is the warm up act. We add "The Blues Brothers" to our Don't Miss list for Universal Orlando.
Lucy - A Tribute
This walk thru attraction is more of an interactive museum than a live show, featuring props, wardrobe and scripts from the I Love Lucy television series. Also on display are the plethora of awards that Lucille Ball earned during her illustrious television career including the Emmy awards she earned fro her work on I Love Lucy and The Lucy Show. This is a well done tribute, and will serve as an enjoyable trip down memory lane for any fan of Lucille Ball. This is also a great respit from the crowds and the heat during the busy summer season.
Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue *1/2 This was my least favorite stage show. It's not that the performers weren't talented, I just found the show boring. Also, the role of "Beetlejuice" is so closely associated with Michael Keaton's performance in the film, that this just In addition to Beetlejuice, the show features the Wolfman, Frankenstien, Bride of Frankenstien, Dracula and Phantom of the Opera, performing covers of classic rock songs. This is an outdoor amphitheatre in full sun, and on hot days, should be avoided. Other than that, it is a good excuse to sit down and relax after walking through the parks. This shows greatest claim to fame is that 'NSync star Joey Fatone once played the role of Wolfman.
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