THESE are the first photos as Snoopy and his Peanuts pals land at the Kennedy Space Center for a new immersive sci-fi show that will open later this month.
All Systems Are Go, an immersive experience featuring state-of-the-art puppetry, lights and sounds will run from March 24 at the transformed Universe Theatre in the complex.
Snoopy & Co are called in by a Launch Director to assist with the next NASA mission, Artemis, and guests join the family favourites as they train for the mission and test the Orion spacecraft.
Then they’re off to visit other planets on an out-of-this-world 20-minute adventure offering history, education and imagination.
“We have been working hard to make sure that our multi-generational appeal extends to our youngest space explorers,” says Therrin Protze, at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
“This new show features the loveable Peanuts characters and Snoopy, who has contributed to the excitement for NASA human spaceflight missions for more than 50 years.”
To enhance the quality of the immersive All Systems Are Go experience, an original score, created exclusively for the show, will showcase an eclectic mix of orchestral, contemporary and jazz styles.
The 300-seat Universe Theater, meanwhile, has been updated with screens, lights and integrated laser projectors.
Before the show even starts, guests can participate in an interactive experience via their smartphones to reveal hidden space elements and create a unique music sequence.
The original concept, story and music were created by Ella Louise Allaire and Martin Lord Ferguson of Montreal-based production company, Monlove, who also serve as the show’s executive producers.
All Systems Are Go is included with admission and suitable for all ages. For more information on the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, blast off to www.kennedyspacecenter.com.
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