SeaWorld Orlando's newest (and funniest) show officially debuted in the park's newly-renamed Sea Lion Theater on Thursday, April 16, 2015.
Just like its predecessor (Clyde and Seamore's Take Pirate Island), this great addition features two amazing sea lions, an otter, and even a walrus. Aside from that, everything else - including the set, the music, and some of the actions that the animals perform - is new, providing another reason to visitors to come back.

We were among the very first people to see the very first complete version of this new show (dress rehearsals took place a few days earlier), and we have to say that our expectations were not very high. We were pleasantly surprised to see that most of the the "issues" that we noticed in the previous version of the park's sea lion show were completely removed. Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High is a high-energy show that includes plenty of funny moments as well as a few surprises.

Let's start by taking a look at the new set, representing a high school attended by humans and animals:

The colors chosen for the facade are very bright. We were told that this color scheme was chosen specifically to differ from the darker color of the sea lions and the other animals performing in the show:

Plenty of small details can be found by examining the props on the stage:

The Kraken is the perfect background for this stage:

A solar-powered car is also used during the show:

The Guests that attended the very first performance were given a button commemorating the occasion:

Before the pre-show starts, the LED screen displays interesting information about the environment:

Here's PART 1 of the full show, including the new pre-show segment:

This is PART 2 of the show:

A few more photos of the theater (taken after the show ended):

The park now sells a few merchandise items themed after the show:

This was definitely a great event. A huge thanks to SeaWorld Orlando for inviting us!

We certainly encourage all to come and see this show in person. It is a completely new experience every single time, mostly thanks to the unpredictable (and always amazing) behaviors of the animals.

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