The Laser Spectacular Tribute to Michael Jackson at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for The Laser Spectacular Tribute to Michael Jackson was Wednesday December 30, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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IF you've seen This Is It get ready to see This Is Shit. After being a Michael fan and watching the movie This Is It, I expected too much. I expected precision, backflips (there was one), flying, expert dancers, and a laser experience. Instead I got THE WORSE LASER AND BACKGROUND GRAPHICS!! A TEENAGER COULD'VE DESIGNED A BETTER GRAPHICS SHOW JUST USING MYSPACE HTML CODES!! Also, the dancers were bad and not M.J bad, but this is rotting bad. I went to a kickboxing class earlier and I know people at the gym that move with more commitment and desire than these four guys. There was nothing spectacular about the dances they did, one guy fell and couldn't get his butt up in the air, another guy messed up during man in the mirror over a simple hand routine, another guy messed up during Thriller wich is just UNACCEPTABLE!! THE ONLY THING THAT HELD THIS SHOW TOGETHER WAS MICHAEL FIRESTONE AS MICHAEL JACKSON!! He was awesome and it was like seeing Michael live as far as the dance moves, gestures, etc. It's a little shocking at first, but then you see him work and you're clapping and cheering him on. The background dancers are a waste of money. I'd want five bucks back for the crap dancers and another five back for the HORRIFFIC lasers and graphics. There's too many to list but here's one that stood out: During the song the-way-you-make-me-feel there's a picture of a barn and lazer outlines of a wolf and a pig dancing and lazer outlines of chicks singing the chorus. Makes no sense, looks cheap, and is not worth the money.
Quotes & Highlights
- See a video of the show at the Laser Spectacular website.
The Laser Spectacular “Tribute to Michael Jackson” tour will make a stop at the Grove of Anaheim. The show is an amazing multi-media experience that pays tribute to the late King of Pop. Spanning his forty-year career, the production takes audiences on a visual journey beginning with Michael’s most recent achievements, and then travels backwards to his early years as a child prodigy, with 50,000 watts of pure rockin’ concert sound sure to put everyone ‘inside’ the music… the show offers an opportunity to hear Michael Jackson’s hits like they’ve never been heard before!
The Laser Spectacular Tribute to Michael Jackson features a live performance from a Michael Jackson tribute artist who will be featured in a ghost-like atmosphere through the use of theatrical scrims and shadow screens. On several songs, the show and the performance are staged just as though it were a live Michael Jackson concert setting. The tribute artists who travel with this show have all been acknowledged as the best-of-the-best top performers by Michael Jackson himself. One in particular was named by Michael to be his ‘official understudy’ after he personally viewed 116 performers.
The show also features lasers & special effect lighting and special multi-media. Through the use of animated laser graphics, laser beams and aerials, the lights and lasers re-create images of Michael with 3-D holographic effects. Michael Jackson was the undisputed King of Pop and an innovative multi-media genius. As applied in numerous works in video, film, and live appearances, his unique and varied creations did much to expand the boundaries of the visual arts. His best works include some of the most memorable video moments in entertainment, including his 1995 MTV Music Awards performance. In the course of the show, these special moments are coupled with some of his famous short films such as “Thriller” and “Black or White”, and other big hit memories from MTV. Special interview segments feature people from all walks of life remembering Michael, and so honoring him as one of the most outstanding performers of our time.