It is not too late to see Aladdin at The Puppet Co in Glen Echo Park! (Glen Echo MD) I took my boys to see this 50 minute puppet production, and I couldn’t be more glad I did. The phrase “puppet show” may or may not bring to mind a sophisticated theatrical performance, but productionsread full post --->
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Many outings with my kids have proven that they are the ULTIMATE litmus test for how family friendly an activity is. If it’s not going to hold a kid’s interest or there is some major flaw in the execution of the activity, my kids will be the ones to exploit it and take the whole thing down in (hopefully metaphorical) flames. So when I tell you that this was the MOST child friendly attraction we’ve ever done? That’s serious.read full post --->
This show had something for everyone! All of the segments were very well done, and chances are if there’s a Disney movie that is near and dear to your heart, it made an appearance.read full post --->
To experience this fine example of modern pageantry, find show dates at the Monster Jam® website. It was even more fun than cookies. (But less filling.)read full post --->
We were impressed by the number of characters which appeared in the show. In addition to Mickey, Minnie,Pluto, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, and the usual host of Disney Princesses, there was Jack Skellington, Cruella DeVille, Captain Hook, Jafar, Alice in Wonderland, The Mad Hatter, Tinkerbell, and Lumiere, just to name a few.
Disney on Ice Let’s Celebrate! is a wonderful show for kids of all ages !read full post --->