Kennedy Mason) is suddenly thrust into a fantastic, whimsical adventure in a world she never thought was possible.
I went to the final rehearsal at City Beautiful Church on Alden Road in Ivanhoe Village. Blue illuminated orbs were placed on the stage. Director and choreographer Holly Harris explained that they represent hope, wonder, and imagination. Mai has reached an age where anything that isn't tangible isn't real. She discovers that the world of the imagination is very much real.
The ensemble picked up the orbs and danced and interacted with them with fluid graceful movements. The cast must have a blast at each performance. Much of the movement is pure joyful play. Actors did somersaults, rolled over, and bumped into each other and genially had plenty of immature fun. Cole Nesmith sang an exuberant song titled, "You're here!" "But where's here?" Mai asked. "Why it's here of course!"
The show features original music, lyrics, and characters, from The Cramazingly Incredifun Sugar Crash Kids Podcast which comes to life on stage for the first time ever. The musical brings to
life a fantastic, whimsical adventure through music, movement, and large
I didn't see the full show, but the songs I heard were amazing, and the scenes were filled with playful joy. I have no doubt that this is a must see Fringe show. Bring the whole family!!
Tickets are $10.
Location: ORANGE Venue - Lowndes Shakespeare Center - Margeson Theater 812 E Rollins St, Orlando, FL
Thursday, May 19 - 6:15 PM
Saturday, May 21 - 3:45 PM
Sunday, May 22 - 2:30 PM
Tuesday, May 24 - 7:15 PM
Wednesday, May 25 - 5:30 PM
Saturday, May 28 - 1:30 PM
Sunday, May 29 - 11:45 AM