Posted Monday, May 15, 2006 9:06 AM | Contributed by figment
Believe, the new Shamu show that SeaWorld General Manager Jim Atchison declared "the greatest show we've ever produced," made its public debut Thursday before a packed house that included 500 Central Florida foster children -- and the park's hopes for a big summer. But a much-needed Central Florida thunderstorm rolled in at the wrong moment, interrupting the performance for 15 minutes and sending hundreds of people on the edges of Shamu Stadium scrambling out of the driving rain.
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