Thursday, October 20, 2016

The Ride in Masquerade and Tick,Tick... Boom!

We were given free tickets to The Ride in Masquerade for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own. 
Me - The Ride in Masquerade was fun! It was similar to when we went on The Ride previously. However, it wasn't exactly the same so we didn't know exactly what was going to happen. There were people outside that were interacting with the people on the bus. Two people danced and a guy played a saxophone. Some of them were allegedly ghosts because of Halloween. The dancers had masks. Also, when we first got on the bus there was a skeleton in the driver seat. It was there when we got off too. There was even a ghost on The Ride.  Like always, The Ride was exciting and entertaining. They give you information in a fun way. There's singing and dancing and a lot of fun things. The riders get to be a part of things and have more fun than on other tours.  It was very enjoyable.


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We were given free tickets to Tick, Tick .. Boom! for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own based on attending a performance of the show.
Mom - Tick, Tick..Boom! was fun. It was about a guy who kept hearing Tick Tick Tick in his head, and every once in a while he would hear a boom. He was writer and he wrote a show called Superbia. He was trying to get it produced. He was trying to decide whether to keep trying or get a regular job. It was by Jonathan Larson who did Rent, but I never saw Rent. It was a good show. The songs were good, but I don't remember them now. The acting was good. The singing was good too. I liked that two of the actors played a lot of different parts in the show. There were really good at making all the parts really different. Even though there wasn't much of a set or a lot of props they made it work in an interesting way. It was a very good show

And that's Aurella's view. Tune in tomorrow for Funtivity Friday.

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