Orlando attractions

Sounds Dangerous - Starring Drew Carey

The 12 minute Sounds Dangerous attraction, which debuted in 1999, takes guest on a comedic adventure behind the scenes of a television pilot. The premise of the television pilot, called Undercover Live and starring Drew Carey, is that of an undercover police officer wearing a hidden camera in his tie. The show utilizes three dimensional and 'binaural audio" technology to makes guests feel as if they are actually part of the adventure. In order to take advantage of the technology, guests must wear headsets located at their seats.

 

Once seated in the theater with headphones in place, guests hear the premise behind the story. A portion of the show is completely dark when Drew Carey’s character breaks his camera. The theatre is completely dark during this time and may be frightening to children who are afraid of the dark. The sounds, however, are quite vivid, including the sounds of buzzing bees and the hum of barber’s clippers. The attraction is available every day at the ABC Sound Studio.

 

After exiting the show, guests can visit the hands-on Sound Works area. Here, they can experiment with sound effects. This area can also be entered directly from the street. The Disney Radio Studios are also located to the left of Sounds Dangerous. The studios aren’t open to the public, but the cast members occasionally visit with passers-by.
Restrooms and telephones can be found to the right of the theater. The attraction is wheelchair accessible and assistive listening devices for those with hearing impairments can be obtained from Guest Services.