The trip as mentioned was uneventful except taking a back route and finding that it was closed and then having to maneuver my way around these slight detours. All-in-all we had no problems and traffic was quite light until we hit downtown.
One of the things that I loved about this production of Peter Pan was that they got the audience involved. The actors spoke with the audience and took what they said and incorporated it into the production itself in a few parts. This made the production fun and the kids could not say enough positive things about this as it allowed them to be a part of the show.
Everyone in the theatre and in the cast were so warm and willing to become engaged with the kids. This made the drive and the show an ultimate success in my perspective. Also as a theatre major, I appreciated how well the cast interacted together and how well the show flowed from start to finish. The show was so good that it went by too quickly. As soon as it seemed that it had started it was over, but I know that most of this feeling was in fact due to me getting engrossed in the story and the music of the show itself. You get transformed and I found myself inadvertantly smiling with enjoyment throughout the play.
There are still a few Ice Cream Adventure productions (where the guests get ice cream sandwiches after the show) left in the season and I would definitely recommend the shows to anyone looking for a great time. You will get transformed and brought to Neverland with the cast. It is a journey worth taking! Just look at the faces of these girls and know that all of the kids (that I saw) at the show had similar smiles leaving the theatre!
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