The best indicator of an engaging children’s show is the stillness of the kids. From lights up to blackout, this audience is transfixed. Everyone is glued to their seat as the theatrics commence. Of course, there are the frequent giggles, exclamations of identification like ‘mermaid’ and the response ‘I said it first.‘ Still, the bustling is at a minimum because no one wants to miss any of the activity onstage.
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