The cast of Aladdin performed with delight and engaged with the audience throughout the show. I loved that there was no stage sets used. The scene was set through dialogue and minimal props. The personalities of all the characters shined throughout the story with lots of wit and humor. The kids in the audience seemed to really enjoy the show (I know my girls did) as I looked around and saw kids and adults smiling and laughing out loud throughout the theatre. It was a wonderful way to spend the afternoon.
Little Mermaid Jr. is a must see at The Gateway in Bellport.
Today, was opening day of The Little Mermaid Jr. and we loved it from beginning to end.
My girls and I were dancing in our seats along to some of our favorite songs like, “Under the Sea” and “Kiss the Girl.” I honestly can not pick a favorite scene because they were all so great. Each character played a significant role in bringing the movie we all know and love to life in front of us. All throughout the show my girls kept telling me, “Mommy we love this show, we love this show.” And quite frankly so did I. I could absolutely see it again. It was a delightful and feel good show for any age sitting in the audience. BRAVO!
You can see Aladdin, Willy Wonka or Pinocchio or all three family shows this summer. We have a great deal if you want to see all three shows in the post below. Are you as excited as we are for the summer line-up at NYCB Theatre Westbury?
The Gateway Playhouse presents a summer line up ofChildren’s Theatre and we are so excited for it.
This year’s Children’s Theatre Series includes two Gateway School for the Performing Arts productions of Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr, and Disney’s Mary Poppins Jr, as well as the interactive bubble show – Bubble Trouble, and fresh off its off-Broadway run, the breathtaking show for children starring magician and illusionist Max Darwin – The Amazing Max. We highly recommend attending any or all of these shows because The Gateway always puts together a great show for all ages to see.