“Imagination Runs Wild!” in The Little Red Fish – see what else Mommy Poppins has to say!
“Filled with wonder, whimsy and pure love!” We See Shows loved The Little Red Fish – see what else they had to say!
A huge thank you to Mommy Poppins for including us on their list of the 22 Best Winter Shows for NYC Kids! Check out what they had to say.
Little Kid Big City says: The future of a good story is safe, with positivity and learning as well as an upgrade to surroundings.
Space Nation Orbit says: Her story is presented in this fun, easy-to-follow musical that both children and parents are able to appreciate and enjoy.
New York Theatre Review says: There’s a lot to love about this Cinderella. She’s smart, crafty, a problem solver, and more interested in scientific inquiry than getting married young.
Kids’ News NYC says: Right from the first song I knew it was going to be a brand new way to watch one of my favorite fairy tales.
Mommy Poppins says: I took my kids to the opening matinee of family musical Interstellar Cinderella and the results were out of this world.
Brown Girl Gumbo says: If you’re looking for a funny, modern show that’s entertaining from start to finish, don’t miss out!
Thank you to Mommy Poppins for coming to see Please Bring Balloons and for their awesome review!
The audience is invited to dance, shake maracas, fly, and create their own balloons during the show. We even had a snowball fight at one point. It’s completely interactive, making it a great option for first-time and very young theatergoers.
There were lots of giggles and smiles throughout, and even with just two actors and a small setting, the show builds the kids’ anticipation about what will come next, keeping them guessing and engaged throughout. It’s a sweet, magical adventure filled with animals, balloons, music, and twinkling lights–and easily my 4-year-old’s favorite show in the last year.
— Rose Gordon Sala, Mommy Poppins on Please Bring Balloons
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