She made me a fabulous green dragon.Japan's drummers and the candy woman are both great fun. The candy woman is so talented!!!
I can't seem to locate the candy woman...I think she hides when she sees me.
I love the entertainment in WS, we have seen most of it over the years and this time as we will have more days to dedicate to Epcot I am planning on seeing everything. DS loves Sergio in Italy, he always gets to join in and it is very funny, the candy lady is very talented (although she scares me a bit as she is very bossy ) love Off Kilter. The only ones I avoid are the showcase players who are often in the UK, I am scared they are going to pick on me
Miyuki, the candy artist in Japan is phenomenal...even more so once you know that there are only 15 candy artists in Japan and that Miyuki is the only woman there to be trained as a candy artist. She trained under her grandfather; one of the most renowned candy artists in Japan.
I adore the Voices of Liberty in America...I get goosebumps each time I hear them.
The World Showcase Players NEVER fail to entertain, their improvisational skills are incredible.
The British Invasion, is not only wonderfully fun music, they truly have the *perfect* setting in my opinion. I ADORE sitting on the curb with a drink from the R&C and just relaxing while listening to them sing. It's the PERFECT evening.
Off Kilter has long been my favorite; however I will say I was disappointed to find Jamie noticeably absent when we were there last week. I overheard someone ask where he was after the show and the response was that he "was taking some time off" although they did say he would be there on Friday (this was Wednesday). I hope all is well with him. The show was still lovely, but his personality was definitely missed...it was almost as if they were only "slightly off kilter."
I like British Invasion and the dancer from Mo Rockin' ....but not the band!
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