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PBS KIDS LIVE! Really BIG tiny Adventure

01/19/19 | 6:00PM

Palace Theater

19 Clinton Ave Map

$19 And Up


19-01-2019 12:00:00 19-01-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York PBS KIDS LIVE! Really BIG tiny Adventure | 6:00PM PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for children, is proud to present their first ever live theatrical touring stage event. PBS KIDS Live! Really BIG tiny Adventure presented by Zappos adaptive is more than a show. Fun, learning, and exploration begin as soon as you arrive with an in-lobby experience for the whole family. Favorite PBS KIDS characters from Arthur, Nature Cat, Ready Jet Go!, Princess Presto and Super WHY! are available to meet, greet, and pose for photos. Download the free App and kids and parents can explore together an augmented-reality Bug Garden, a virtual AR Playground where the theatre lobby transforms into an immersive PBS KIDS world. All that and more before stepping into the theatre as the stage lights turn bright. PBS KIDS Live! Really BIG tiny Adventure is the story of Dot, Dee, and Del, the PBS KIDS brother and sisters seen every day on PBS stations and Apps. It's a special day and the kids are looking forward to crossing their backyard to attend a friend's birthday party. Sounds simple, but it becomes an unexpected adventure when the group gets shrunk to the size of grasshoppers. A lot of surprises are in store for the pint-sized kids including meeting and learning about the little creatures that live just under foot; music and interactive audience fun; and the solution to the "mystery of the missing tail." Will they solve all the really big, tiny challenges and grow full-size in time for the birthday fun? You'll find out in PBS KIDS Live! Really BIG tiny Adventure, an exciting and educational experience for the whole family. The adventure begins when you arrive! http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=334200 Palace Theater Palace Theater

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PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for children, is proud to present their first ever live theatrical touring stage event. PBS KIDS Live! Really BIG tiny Adventure presented by Zappos adaptive is more than a show. Fun, learning, and exploration begin as soon as you arrive with an in-lobby experience for the whole family. Favorite PBS KIDS characters from Arthur, Nature Cat, Ready Jet Go!, Princess Presto and Super WHY! are available to meet, greet, and pose for photos. Download the free App and kids and parents can explore together an augmented-reality Bug Garden, a virtual AR Playground where the theatre lobby transforms into an immersive PBS KIDS world. All that and more before stepping into the theatre as the stage lights turn bright.

PBS KIDS Live! Really BIG tiny Adventure is the story of Dot, Dee, and Del, the PBS KIDS brother and sisters seen every day on PBS stations and Apps. It's a special day and the kids are looking forward to crossing their backyard to attend a friend's birthday party. Sounds simple, but it becomes an unexpected adventure when the group gets shrunk to the size of grasshoppers. A lot of surprises are in store for the pint-sized kids including meeting and learning about the little creatures that live just under foot; music and interactive audience fun; and the solution to the "mystery of the missing tail." Will they solve all the really big, tiny challenges and grow full-size in time for the birthday fun? You'll find out in PBS KIDS Live! Really BIG tiny Adventure, an exciting and educational experience for the whole family. The adventure begins when you arrive!

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