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A week has passed, since we boarded the train and experienced our first day at Disneyland Paris and finally my computer works again, so here comes a short trip report and some notes about how Disneyland Paris could really offer us a little bit more magic in the future.
Let’s start with our hotel, Sequoia Lodge, and the check in.
Do you want to make your Valentine’s Day special? Try to put some Disney touch into it. How? Well, with music and movies of course!
What better way to celebrate “a Disney kind of Valentine’s Day”, than with the perfect movie? And Disney offers us quite a selection. Here are my top three Disney movies for the perfect Valentine’s Day:
Now, let’s talk about setting the mood. We need music. We need Disney music, starting with the song, I love the most:
I wish you all a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Yesterday, I recommended a fantastic book to you: Adam M. Bergers “Every Guest Is A Hero - Disney’s Theme Parks and the Magic of Mythic Storytelling”. Today we get some insight, on Adam M. Bergers job as a attraction show writer and what led to writing the book:
Timeless Disney: You’re an attraction show writer – can you describe to our readers, what your typical involvement in the creation of a themed attraction is?
Adam M. Berger: The scope of my involvement in a themed attraction design project depends on the nature of the project and at which point the client brings me in. So I may end up doing everything from brainstorming high concepts with the creative team, to writing the attraction storyline, to composing the complete show scripts…and sometimes even writing the text for the display signage.
Where did your interest for mythic storytelling and in particular the Hero’s Journey come from?