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HHN 27: Academy of Villans Afterlife

Discussion in 'Scare Zones & Shows' started by Speed, Aug 17, 2017.

  1. Jwhee

    Jwhee Veteran Member

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    I don't understand why they're still running the temporary show. It isn't hard at all for a tech crew to set up a a stage. Could be built within a day or 2. Sucks if we don't ever get to see the full show.
     
  2. Legacy

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    The truss got damaged and it would have taken too long to replace it. It’s not the crew. It’s the actual material.
     
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  3. LieutLaww

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    That sucks for AoV that they are unable to do their full show this year, I wonder how much prep work they do for something like HHN ?
     
  4. Nick

    Nick Staff Member Moderator

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    It's hard to build a stage that you don't have. The stage they were using got damaged. They don't have a backup.
     
  5. AlexanderMBush

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    From what it seems, due to the show now having to be different; it is now going to be called "Academy of Villains: The Irma Show".

    To give credit, it seems like they made additions that have added more depth, the fire in the show is thick; and that the dancers seem to be very much going full on in their delivery.

    Is it unfortunate? Yes, but that I will say this in order of Universal and AoV; they have worked together to keep a show that acknowledges the problems that have come to them, and have made a very enjoyable show.
     

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