Walt Disney Imagineering, along with Imagineer Zach Riddley, is sharing a behind-the-scenes look at the new lighting on the Chinese Theatre in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
In the video posted to Instagram, Disney Imagineer Josh Isovich shares how Disney’s goal is to enhance the stories being told through lighting. He also describes how light streaks will go down and reveal the dragon on the theatre in a more dimensional way than it has previously.
Imagineer Zach Riddley posted the following on Instagram:
“Many of our fans are showing their love for the new look on the Chinese Theatre at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and it’s been great to see the hard work of our Imagineers come to life for our guests this past week. Lighting has a power to help tell stories and deepen emotion. We caught up with Josh Iscovich and Aaron Leahy, two of our show lighting designers on the new exterior lighting design, as they were finishing work on this new design to share a bit more of their inspiration behind the project.”
What do you think of the new lighting on the Chinese Theatre, home to Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway?
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