Thursday, December 24, 2015

Inside Broadway Tours and The Gazillion Bubble Show

We were given a free Inside Broadway Tour for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own.

Me - Inside Broadway Tours, wow! Inside Broadway Tours was fun. It was really interesting to learn stuff about Broadway. For instance, I never knew how much it costs to advertise on the big billboard at Times Square. It costs millions for the tiniest amount of time like a day or a week or something. Also, I found out that there was a show called Moose Murders that lasted one performance. It got booed so much that the leading lady quit after the show and never did another show. Our tour guide Samantha was really good. She was really informative. She was really impressed by the amount of shows my Mom and I have been to. A lot of the other people on the tour were out-of-town tourists who haven't been to a lot of shows. Even though I go to New York and Broadway a lot, I still like to learn new things about them, and Inside Broadway Tours is a good way to do that.

In the Lobby of the Gershwin Theatre - The Home of Wicked

And that's Melia's view.
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We were given free tickets to The Gazillion Bubble Show for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own.


Me - The Gazillion Bubble Show was a great show for little kids. All the little kids that got picked to volunteer where so cute. It is also a great show for older kids that love little kids because there are a lot of little kids at the show. Even if you are older and you really really love bubbles, you will like this show. If you go and sit in the front row or near the front row, you might want to bring a raincoat, rain boots, and maybe even sunglasses or goggles because you will get wet. When they say, "A Gazillion Bubbles", they mean it. I liked when the guy told the audience he was using a magical spray to make the bubbles last longer. Then, he said he was just kidding and that it was just water. I also liked when they played a video and showed a bubble that they made that was a bubble replica of the great wall of China. It was just as big. He said it was the biggest bubble in the world. Kids will also like that there is audience participation in this show and those participating get prizes. The prizes are really fun too. They give away really cool bubble related prizes. If your kids like bubbles, they will love this show.*


*The above is a guest post by little sister, Aurella.

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