Walking With Dinosaurs By Numbers
Walking With Dinosaurs, the prehistoric stage romp with gigantic animatronic dinosaurs, is a T-Rex sized production. Resident director Cameron Wenn crunched some numbers for us.
65:The number of people on the Walking With Dinosaurs staff.
17: The number of animatronic dinos, including two eggs.
1.5: In years, how long Wenn has been touring with the show.
90-2000: In pounds, the range of how much each dinosaur weighs.
60: In feet, the length of the longest dinosaur, the brachiosauraus, from nose to tail.
38: In feet, the brachiosauraus' height.
30: In centimeters, the height of one of the eggs.
Over 1,00,000: How many people have seen the show in North America.
24: In hours, how long the crew needs to set up the stage for the show.
26: The number of trucks needed to drive the shows dinosaurs, equipment, and crew from venue to venue.
3: The number of crew members it takes to control each animatronic dinosaur.
Walking With Dinosaurs appears at the Xcel Energy Center June 11-15.
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