â€œWorld of Color ? Winter Dreams,â€ the new version of the after-dark spectacular, adds humor, inspirational music and merriment to Holidays at the Disneyland Resort. Presented on Paradise Bay in Disney California Adventure Park, the show features a new story, new characters from the Walt Disney Pictures animated motion picture â€œFrozen,â€ and new, advanced technology. Musical Wonderland â€œWorld of Color-Winter Dreamsâ€ unfolds in seven sequences, each one a dreamlike adventure: The Pre-Show: Glow Honor Choir Wonder â€“ Seasonâ€™s Greetings: features the â€œWorld of Colorâ€ Honor Choir singing â€œGlow,â€ written especially for this new show. Then Tinker Bellâ€™s traditional greeting from â€œWonderful World of Colorâ€ summons Old Man Winter and the skating Frost Fairies. Snow â€“ A Winter Wonderland: Olaf takes guests on a breathtaking winter sleigh ride, encountering Bambi, Thumper and, from â€œFrozen,â€ sisters Anna and Elsa. Glow â€“ A Season of Light: The holidays are celebrated with images of holiday cards created by Disneyland Resort guests and cast members. Enchantment â€“ The Toy Story Nutcracker: This familiar ballet is danced in some delightful, offbeat renditions by favorite â€œToy Storyâ€ characters. Spirit-Holiday Sing-Along: Snowman Olaf has always loved the idea of a warm summer. He innocently imagines himself enjoying the sunshine, then leads the audience in a holiday sing-along. Finale â€“ Merry & Bright Holiday Lightsâ€: Olaf welcomes a surprising Santa as 700 newly installed lights blaze to life for a colorful finale around the lagoon. After Glow: Finale (Honor Choir) â€œWorld of Color â€“ Winter Dreamsâ€ features more than a dozen songs, ranging from familiar holiday tunes such as â€œJingle Bells,â€ â€œFeliz Navidadâ€ and â€œThe Dreidel Songâ€ to musical numbers from â€œFrozenâ€ and original compositions such as â€œGlow. The voices of more than 500 singers representing all 50 United States appear in the pre-show carol, â€œGlow.â€ Participants signed up on a â€œWorld of Colorâ€ Honor Choir website and performed â€œvirtually,â€ in front of their computer webcams. Disneyland Resort teamed with GrammyÂ®-winning composer Eric Whitacre, who has joined hundreds of voices online in similar â€œvirtual choirs.â€ More than 1,400 submissions from around the country were received for the â€œWorld of Colorâ€ Honor Choir. Other Disney fans designed holiday cards and submitted them online to appear in the â€œGlow-A Season of Lightâ€ sequence. Technology Programming for the new â€œWinter Dreamsâ€ show took three months. Visual projections are now created with an ultra high definition image playback system with more than four times the resolution of the original â€œWorld of Colorâ€ system. There are more than 17 million pixels in the â€œWorld of Color â€“ Winter Dreamsâ€ screen. A High Definition television image uses 2,073,600 pixels. For the dazzling finale of â€œWorld of Color â€“ Winter Dreams,â€ 700 high-power, color, LED strobe lights were installed along the side of the California Screaminâ€™ roller coaster. Each light has four individual control channels. Adding new brilliance are 16 narrow-beam moving lights within the sun-ray sculpture on Mickeyâ€™s Fun Wheel, plus 21 narrow-beam movie lights within the viewing area. Six snowflake generators within the viewing area produce giant snowflakes in six different shapes. Ten mirror balls, installed on the speaker and lighting towers, produce dazzling sparkle effects for the show. All of the new technological effects enhance the existing â€œWorld of Colorâ€ â€œstage: a platform composed of nearly 1 full acre of engineered superstructure, longer than a football field and capable of settling on three levels â€“ one for the performance, one under the water surface and one for maintenance. There are nearly 1,200 powerful and programmable fountains, and a vast underwater grid with more than 18,000 points of control. Each fountain has multiple points of control for lighting, color intensity, water angle and height. â€˜World of Colorâ€™ Evolution Since its premiere on June 11, 2010, â€œWorld of Colorâ€ has been performed more than 2,100 times and been viewed by more than eight million guests at Disney California Adventure. The showâ€™s flexibility has made it possible to add and subtract special sequences since its 2010 debut: a July 4 Independence Day pre-show, a New Yearâ€™s Eve pre-show, and scenes focusing on â€œTRON: LEGACY,â€ â€œPirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tidesâ€ and â€œBrave.â€ From 2011 to 2012, â€œWorld of Colorâ€ featured a special holiday season pre-show with characters from Walt Disney Animation Studiosâ€™ â€œPrep & Landing.â€ The â€œWorld of Colorâ€ fountains also have played parts in daytime shows on Paradise Bay: â€œDisney Channel Rocksâ€ and â€œInstant Concert â€¦ Just Add Water.â€ The fountains in â€œWorld of Colorâ€ can send water to heights ranging from 30 feet to 200 feet (by way of comparison, Mickeyâ€™s Fun Wheel reaches a height of 150 feet, some of it below the edge of the lagoon).