Hispanic Lifestyle program number 5146,The World of Color and Mystery. This post includes show notes and the script text.
Welcome to Hispanic Lifestyle, I’m your host Richard Sandoval and in this edition:
Hispanic Lifestyle spends the evening at a Magical place on earth . . and visit with a man of mystery.
We cover a world of color, in this edition of Hispanic Lifestyle
World of Color is a hydrotechnic show that includes 1,200 fountains, lasers, lights, and fire with High Definition video projections on mist screens featuring moments from many of Disney’s most beloved films.
Prior to the inaugural show, we covered a unique Blue Carpet event where celebrities and puppeteers moved towards Paradise Bay.
Hispanic Lifestyle caught up with Maria Canals-Barrera known as Theresa Russo in the Disney program, Wizards of Waverly Place. Maria recalls the last time we met.
Maria gives us an update on Wizards of Waverly Place and the motion picture she’s working on.
After the Blue Carpet event, our cameras were allowed exclusive access to some of the characters and individuals who helped produce and bring life to the World of Color
Pochantas & Jose Hernandez
Our friends Pochantas and Jose Hernandez, share their thoughts on what World of Color represents to them.
Jose Hernandez explains his role with World of Color
Jose talks about the unique technology behind the show.
Finally, Pochantas tells us who we can expect to see during the show.
Chef Juan Mendoza Lopez
Chef Juan Mendoza Lopez describes the special cotton candy Disney has created for this new attraction
Chef Lopez showcases new entrees that are inspired by the world of color theme for resort guests.
Chef Lopez who help created the meals shares his background on his culinary career.
Hector is on the Maximo team that works with the Computer Maintenance Management System for the Disneyland Hong Kong and Orland resorts.
This system is responsible for the technical aspects of the world of Color show.
Hector begins our conversation by telling us how World of Color is an immersive attraction.
Granted rare access to the control room, Hector describes how they manage the experience for park visitors.
Our conversation turns to Disney’s ability to create beautiful and elaborate productions.
Hector goes on to talk about the technical hardware that is required to produce the World of Color.
With a show that has so many elements; Water, Auditory and Visual, we asked where is the best place to sit and watch the show?
Sharing thoughts on his passion for technology, Hector also talks about working for Disney.
We first begin with Emilio, who works in Merchandising and artist Noah.
Noah gives an overview of the excitement and lore of Vinylmation
Hispanic Lifestyle asked Noah as an artist to provide an artistic explanation of the World of Color.
INTRO: Rods & Rails
Hispanic Lifestyle had the rare and unique opportunity to speak with George Harrison of the Band “Back Beat”. The band was preforming at the 11th Annual Rods and Rail event held the Orange Empire Rail Way museum. George Harrison takes us through the Back Beat experience.
George Harrison is actually actor Danny Lopez and he talks about his roles and the success it has brought to his life.
Danny talks about how being a Latino has impacted his career as a performer.
Actor Johnny Depp is one of the many performers that has inspired impacted Danny career.
We had the opportunity to ask Johnny Depp what he thinks of Danny Lopez
We finished our conversation by discussing how Danny began impersonating Johnny Depp.