Ben Goldberg - Michael Kennedy Interview
Hello everyone my name is Ben Goldberg and this is my first article on disneygeek. Now, like many of you out there, I have a passion for learning about Disneyland and the way things work. I love to know why things happen the way they do. Upon investigating I have discovered that they are many, many different departments that make up the Disneyland resort. Today I bring you an interview with Michael Kennedy the operations manager for technical services at the resort. I hope that you all enjoy this information and find it interesting and insightful!
Name: Michael A. Kennedy
What is the most interesting thing you have done with your job?
What is a normal night for you?
Has Fantasmic changed over the years?
When, in your opinion, will we get to see the new dragon?
Do you have a favorite ride?
What other theme park in the world is as recognized?
How does Disneyland split up the department for tech service?
What is Audio Central?
What goes into making a show for the resort?
What do you think of the upcoming World of Color show?
How much has the park changed over the years?
What advice would you give to someone trying to break into the industry?
I hope that you all found this interview interesting I would like to think Mike for his time. I have a group on facebook called Disneyland Rumors and News it's a group for Disneyland fans from around the world. I post rumors and information on a daily basis. We also will have regular meet and greets at the park. Our first meet and greet will be saturday July 25. If you want to come all the information can be found on the group page underneath the events. Here is the link to the group please feel free to join and invite any Disneyland fans you want http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=95583291636
Thanks again for reading!
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