Since the closure of the Beetlejuice show had been postponed last December, some fans might have thought that Universal Studios Florida was not in a hurry to remove the San Francisco theater. That assumption proved to be wrong.
In fact, in true Universal Orlando style, the theater (including the themed stage, seating area, roof, and everything behind it) completely disappeared in a matter of days. And that's just one of the major projects taking place in the park.

Join us and take a look around Universal Studios Florida to see what changed since our last visit:

Work on the new Hello Kitty shop continues near Hollywood Boulevard:

Work also continues on the future Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon attraction:

Twister's entrance awning was removed weeks ago:

Universal's Superstar Parade:

The demolition of the outdoor theater in San Francisco has been almost completed:

Part of the building housing Disaster! has also been demolished:

One of San Francisco's facades is now behind tarps:

The walls in front of Disaster's former entrance have been slightly moved to the right:

One of the newer entertainment acts found in this area of the park:

Let's now take a look around the park:

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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

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