I have been investing a fair share of my time learning about George Gershwin and the background of his signature work "Rhapsody in Blue". And with the rise and fall of the piece, I am wondering how a theme park might develop an attraction experience that would honor and present such a piece.
In my first novel '7097-050719' I considered the possibilities of Walt Disney collaborating with the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali to create a dark ride/art museum experience at EPCOT. While bottom line values would push theme park operators to embrace topical pop culture IP when developing theme park attractions I wonder if the outside-of-the-box community might advocate themed entertainment concepts in established park models that extend beyond pop culture and lend themselves to a broader range of IP.
Outside of bubble gum pop culture, what attraction do you believe might have artistic power in the context and atmosphere of a theme park?Tweet
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