It was supposed to be a simple affair, with dancers and dancers alone on the stage, but after a long wait, it was time to watch a live performance from a studio in Longwood, New Jersey.
The event was part of the Disney/Pixar film “Inside Out,” which premiered last week at Walt Disney World.
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The performance will be filmed at the Longwood Studio and will be streamed live.
But for the most part, this is the same performance that has been on TV for years, from the animated series “Frozen” to the Broadway musical “Les Miserables.”
It’s a show that has gotten better and better over the years, and the Longwoods’ live performance is no different.
This week, the performance will go on at 11 p.m.
ET on NBC.
It’s a new look for the Disney-Pixaro film, which premiered in theaters last week and will hit theaters this summer.
The first time the performance was shown in the theater, the audience booed and screamed as the dancers moved and sang in slow motion.
But this time, a live audience will see the performance in its entirety, which will be edited down for TV.
The live version of the performance can be seen on YouTube.
There will be a full production of the film, including some new scenes that are being edited.
The director, John Musker, is known for his innovative take on live entertainment, including “Tangled,” the “Sharknado” series, and “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”
He is the director behind the live-action “Inside the Actors Studio” and “Inside Pixar’s Studio.”
The show is produced by “Inside Disney’s Animation Studios.”
“Inside Pixar Studio,” which will have a live version, will be produced by Pixar Studios.
The live version will be called “Inside a Disney Studio.”
It will be an interactive experience and will not be based on the original movie, which was directed by James Cameron.
Musker told NBC News he wanted the show to be more of a live experience, rather than a production.
He said the goal was to be as real as possible, but that a lot of work was put in, including the live version.
The new live version is expected to air at 11:30 p.mn.
ET this week on NBC, and will air in the US on April 25.