Broadway is open once again with new shows ready to captivate audiences. Starting Oct. 21, Disney’s Winnie the Pooh will begin performances at Theatre Row. Take the family through the Hundred Acre Woods for a magical outing.
Christopher Robin and Winnie the Pooh have been beloved characters from English author A.A. Milne since 1926. Millions of readers worldwide have followed Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet and all of their friends through quirky adventures on quests to find the perfect pot of honey. Rockefeller Productions re-imagined Disney’s Winnie the Pooh movies into a theatrical stage production through puppeteering. An adaptation created by Jonathan Rockefeller, the show will be a musical with music produced by Oscar- and Grammy-award-winning songwriters The Sherman Brothers. Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman are the creative minds behind motion-picture scores from Disney classics like Mary Poppins, The Aristocats, The Jungle Book and the first two Winnie the Pooh featurettes.
Audience members will be required to wear a mask while inside the theater with attendees 12 years of age and older required to show proof of vaccination. Those under 12 must show a negative PCR COVID test taken within three day of the performance. As an added precaution, Rockefeller Productions will introduce seating bubbles during select performances, keeping families together but distant from other family pods. A buy-out option will be available for guests to have a private showing surrounded by personally invited family and friends to ensure a piece of mind while enjoying the magical experience.
LEGOLAND New York Resort debuted its first Brick-or-Treat, a not-so-scary Halloween party built for kids! The event runs Saturdays and Sundays in October, 3–6 p.m., transforming each of the park’s seven LEGO-themed lands into family-friendly Halloween havens.
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Kick-off the Christmas festivities Nov. 21 at Grand Geneva Resort and Spa. Welcoming guests of all ages, the entire family can participate in the resort’s annual Illumination Ceremony. This magical event celebrates the flipping of a switch for the spectacular light displays around the resort.
Located in Yardley Pennsylvania, Shady Brook Farm offers fun activities for families all year long, but really thrives in autumn. During fall, Shady Brook hosts plenty of activities for all ages.