Masks are a staple of Halloween, but few are iconic. Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, Ghostface, they are all instantly recognizable, and instantly revered.
A new kind of mask is about to make itself a part of October tradition. Famed dance team “The Jabbawockeez” are the newest announcement for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights in Hollywood. The first show to be staged since the insanely popular “Bill and Ted” show at the event, this will be sure to be a great way to fill the Wyld Stallyn’s shoes.
This is definitely a great way to bring back shows at the park, considering the debacle that brought about “Bill and Ted’s” untimely end. How do you replace a time traveling phone box with hilarious off-color jokes and fierce dancing frenzies? With another batch of extremely talented performers, dedicated to dazzling dance moves and intense beats.
The first dance team to have its own show in Vegas, named “PRISM,” this will bring about a whole new level of entertainment and variety to the famed event. We are all excited to see this energetic infusion to the biggest Halloween event in Southern California, and are anxiously awaiting the next big announcement from Creative Director John Murdy about what else to expect this year!
Other announcements include “Crimson Peak: Maze of Madness,” based on the much-anticipated film by Guillermo del Toro, “Insidious 3: Into the Further,” and “The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far,” along with something Murdy is saying is a fully re-imagined “Terror Tram” experience, where guests dare to walk the Universal Studios’ tram route with added thrills and jumps to make it absolutely shriek-worthy.