"Welcome, to Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress. You're in for a real treat. The Carousel of Progress was Walt's own idea from beginning to end. He loved it. He introduced the show at the World's Fair in New York City in 1964 and it was an immediate smash hit. Millions of people came to see it and since then, the Carousel of Progress has had more performances than any other stage show in the history of American theater. You know, Walt loved the idea of progress and he loved the American family. He himself was probably as American as anyone could possibly be. He thought it would be fun to watch the American family go through the twentieth century experiencing all new wonders as they came. And he put them together in a show called Carousel of Progress, which we are about to see. Although our Carousel family has experienced a few changes over the years, our show still revolves around the same theme: and that's progress. May the century begin."
This is a working model of the Carousel of Progress theater. While there is nothing on the stages (since that gets a little too detailed), it should move (I haven't printed it) and does have the correct number of seats in each of the six theaters.
This is all my own work based off of the Walt Disney Company's Carousel of Progress, with the exception of the photo (provided by Evan Wohrman's flickr, https://www.flickr.com/photos/lyght55/3352943772/in/dateposted/, CC-By-SA-2.0), as well as the gears and small hex shaft (coming from Vex Motors). I've provided a link to a model of the sign that was posted after this model.
For an explanation of what the Carousel is, here is Walt Disney himself, courtesy of Disney Parks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs7G_uyIK6o
And here is the pitch video to General Electric, the original sponsors of the show, courtesy of Marcio Moreira: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERGzVsapQ54
Note: If there is interest, I may add a spot to put a Parallax Servo to drive the Carousel. Also, I may also add the eight turntables in four of the theaters if interested, as well as a way to drive the turntables.