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Coasting : Issue 14 August 2010
7 www.coastingtoday.com.au Dine & relax in front of our cozy log fire. Modern Australian cuisine , set in a casual relaxed atmo sphere. BOOKINGS 4385 4222 \\ 4 Ash Street, Terrigal \\ www.letterboxrest.com.au \\ A LA CARTE \\ FUNCTIONS \\ WEDDINGS \\ ACCOMMODATION \\ FULLY LICENCED \\ GROUP BOOKINGS EXQUISITE NEW WINTER MENU OUT NOW members can now earn points. Entertainment Book Gold Award Winner Best Fine Dining Restaurant 2009/2010 Central Coast Region c8769027-5Aug IN THE MAKING: A look behind the scenes of The World of Colour reveals the extent of the technical installation. The attraction features a "stage" longer than a football field, and capable of being raised and lowered in the water, hundreds of fountains and an elaborate undergirding of passive and active flotation devices. Pictures by Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland. and to perform it for 50 Disney executives on the Tuesday. Horner accepted the challenge, despite the tight deadline, and his performance sealed the deal. "My heart was going at a million miles an hour," Horner said of his audition nerves. "I know that I've performed on Broadway and all of that, but this really excited me. I mean, a kid from Wyong going to dance for a job at Disney..." Horner said he had no regrets about walking away from Broadway. "I wasn't too upset about leaving Broadway and the eight-shows-a-week lifestyle," he said. "I'd been in show business for 10 years and got to the top of that ladder. I thought it was time to jump down and try to climb my way to the top of another ladder." WATERPROOF: Having proven himself as a choreographer of water, Horner will next get to work with dancers when he choreographs an upcoming Disney parade at the theme park. Picture by DAMIANTIERNEY.com from Tierney's Photography. LITTLE MERMAID: Horner took the musical score and story and choreographed a series of movements to bring life to the fountains as Disney images are projected onto a mist screen. Picture by Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland. COASTING DANCE
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