Competitors, I hope you all made good use of the past week. Now, it is time to get back into it. Only three challenges remain before a winner will be crowned, and each one will be increasingly more complex. Now, on with the game!
Challenge 5: Street Show
While rides and theater productions are among the most popular elements of a theme park visit, no attraction draws as many people at one time as a street performance. Sometimes taking the form of a parade and sometimes a mobile stage production, street shows can be of nearly any scale and can draw anywhere from a hundred to thousands of visitors to a single performance. This is your next task...create a street show that fits within your park.
For this challenge, you must design a street show which can roll out, perform, and then disappear as though it never existed. What counts as a street show? For the purposes of this challenge, a street show is a live event which must take place outside of any permanent venue, instead occurring on the “streets” of your park where all visitors in the area can see the event. This is a broad category and can include everything from parades to marching bands. Smaller “streetmosphere” type performances (such as a string quartet or staged gunfight) are not recommended for this challenge, as we are looking for the type of show most visitors would wait for rather than one they may stop and watch for a few minutes as they pass by.
For this challenge, your proposal should be 3-5 pages and should include:
-The name of the street show
-The names of characters or performers (if relevant to the production)
-A general description of how the street show will be performed
-The location(s) in your park where the street show will occur
-A show schedule indicating how many performances per day and approximate times for those performances
-The approximate duration of your street show (for reference, most street shows are 10-30 minutes)
-A description of any specific set pieces used in your performance (for example, parade floats or a mobile stage)
-Anything else you feel is necessary to complete your proposal
All proposals must be submitted by Saturday, July 16th at midnight.Tweet
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