Universal Orlando's show director talks Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Robert Niles
I was on a group call this afternoon with Michael Roddy, Show Director for Universal Orlando, who talked about this year's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Florida, which starts later this month.Tweet
In the audio clip below, Roddy talks about the movie-driven theme of this year's event; describes three of the soundstages devoted to Universal's classic monsters - Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula and Wolfman; addresses the challenge of creating "movie" sets and mazes that people will walk through, instead of just being used for filming; and talks about how Universal addresses the challenge of creating enough attraction capacity to accommodate the growing crowds at Halloween Horror Nights:
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