In the Fall issue of the Mickey Monitor (Annual Passholder magazine), show director Alan Brunn shares some details on the brand new, limited time show, Epcot Forever.
Some of the greatest aspects of the Park’s past, present and future will come to life during the show—including the music. “I think the music is the heart of the show,” says noted conductor and composer Don Harper. And while you’ll recognize classic Epcot® tunes such as “Tomorrow’s Child” and “One Little Spark,” Harper has reframed them with new arrangements, which were fully orchestrated and recorded at London’s famous Abbey Road Studios. “I think everybody’s in for a treat.” Fireworks and lasers have been part of the Epcot spectaculars since the beginning of the Park in 1988. And A New Nighttime Spectacular To Light Up The Skies At Epcot according to Show Director Alan Bruun, Epcot Forever will use those elements—and add a couple that have never been seen before. “We might have a couple of kites. And we might light ‘em up,” says Bruun playfully. Epcot Forever captures the spirit of the Park in five amazing acts: inspiration, innovation, exploration, imagination and celebration.
“Hopefully, our Guests are going to be reminded of just how much they love this Park and be able to carry that love away with them when they leave,” says Bruun.
Information taken from Fall issue of Mickey Monitor