March 21, 2002
Vallejo, CA -- One of Six Flags Marine World's most popular shows returns this summer after a three-year hiatus. "Ski Xtreme", a high-flying, high-voltage water ski show is one of several new shows added to the Vallejo theme park this season.
Ski Xtreme will feature two crowd-pleasing teams that will compete on skis and wake boards, with barefoot skiing, para-sailing, ski jumps and jet skis all thrown in for good measure. The show will electrify audiences with acrobatic jumps, high-speed precision skiing and over-the-edge tricks on Marine World's Lake Chabot.
The long running ski show, a crowd favorite, went on hiatus in 1999 to make way for the Batman Water Thrill Spectacular show, which this year yields in turn to the new improved Ski Xtreme. But Marine World promises that Batman and Robin will remain at the park, meeting and greeting guests during the season.
Two more shows will also debut this summer at Marine World. "Lights, Camera, Animals!" an all-star Hollywood animal actors show, and a rollicking, log-rolling Lumberjack Show will each run for five weeks at the park's Jungle Theater.
Trained baboons from the new Sandra Bullock movie, "Foolproof", black cat feline stars of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" and Sweetheart, the best supporting cockatoo star from Robert Blake's "Baretta" series are among the celebrities appearing in animal trainer Kevin Keith's new Lights, Camera, Animals! show.
Lights, Camera, Animals! runs from June 25 through July 28.
The Sheer's Lumberjack Show, a rousing rhapsody in plaid, take the Jungle Theater stage by storm with ax throwing, chainsawing, pole climbing, fast paced chop-chop fun. An entertaining mix of homespun humor and dazzling feats of brawn and derring-do.
The Sheer's Lumberjack Show runs from August 1 through September 2.
Six Flags Marine World is now open for the season. For further information visit www.sixflags.com/marineworld/.
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