Visitors to Universal Studios this week have gotten a sneak peek at the new mixed media stage show called “Bourne Stuntacular,” a show of special effects and filmed footage on giant screens, with live actors fighting it out in a spy story based on the film series starring Matt Damon.It’s the first new attraction to open at a Florida theme park since they all closed in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic. It makes sense, since this is a show that relies on a highly skilled stunt cast and not just a roller coaster. They have been rehearsing for months and were set to open last month.The soft opening is called “technical rehearsals,” which means you have a good chance of seeing it if you go to the theme park, but they are making no promises. Universal hasn’t released an official opening date. The show is located in the building that previously housed the Terminator 2: 3D attraction, and it follows Jason Bourne as he fights sinister characters across three continents. Those who have seen it say it’s best if you don’t seek out the YouTube videos that have been posted since the technical rehearsals started, because it really does unfold like a movie with over-the-top stunts and story line twists and betrayals.It starts with a preshow where the guests line up in a socially distanced queue to view images and props from the Bourne films that Damon starred in as an amnesiac assassin. This will help the nonfans catch up, and remind the forgetful. The Mini Cooper from The Bourne Identity and the motorcycle from The Bourne Ultimatum are on display in the queue.The show features a huge LED screen background that measures 130 feet wide and 28 feet tall and is placed behind a giant moving stage. Universal says the show also features “automated vehicle tracking systems (and) pinpoint-accurate projection mapping” so that you can’t tell the difference between what’s real and what’s virtual.The show runs more than 20 minutes and the cast has an intricately choreographed story to tell.The set pieces include a three-wheeled motorcycle, a tower in a Tangier marketplace and a skyscraper in Dubai. There are high free-falls in the show, a burst of flames, chase scenes, gun play and moments where the actor playing Bourne is hanging from wrecking balls from the ceiling.Universal Orlando opened its parks on June 5, and there is a current deal that offers guests two days free when they purchase two days at the parks. A “2-Park, 2-Day ticket” visiting either Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure each day costs $234.99 for ages 10 and up or $224.99 for ages 3-9. It’s $60 more to visit both parks each day, and another $40 to add Universal’s Volcano Bay water theme park.The deal must be purchased by Aug. 13. All tickets must be used within a week of the first park admission before Dec. 17. There are no block-out dates. For information see universalorlando.com .