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The show has a soothing and calming effect on its young audience, which is lovely to see.
An absurd yet poignant musical about the courage to go against the norm.
Kids prepare to start school in a new musical that's big on empowerment and inclusivity.
The show is fast-paced and full of catchy rock n’ roll.
And several jokes in the script went over the heads of the little ones but elicited guffaws from the caregivers.
The musical features strong and invincible women and the cast is oozing with talent.
The entire audience was on its feet dancing, clapping, and singing along.
The interactive and offbeat show has book and lyrics by Lauren Gunderson.
The show is not 'dumbed down.' It is sophisticated, believing that children are intelligent enough to grasp its concepts and themes, and they absolutely do.
The bold and bright musical aimed at the elementary school set has some good advice for anyone.
As the solo performer Colette Krogel combines her dancing with sound, poetry, and mages, it feels like she is processing generational trauma.
The five young dancers electrify the stage. It is impossible not to feel called to join in their fun and games.
This gem of a musical managed to engage, entertain, and crack up the entire multigenerational audience.
Mother Goose herself is an ethereal, steampunk-styled lady who takes the audience through a silly, laugh-out-loud version of her 'typical day.'