Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: Live Stage Adaptation at Adventure Theatre
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We were thoroughly enthralled with this production. We brought our 5 year old grandson. He loved it. He was actually belly laughing and engaged the entire time. We as his grandparents did the same. It brought back wonderful memories of the movie made for TV production that we all watched and loved as children. My how it appealed to all generations.
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Bleachers too close to stage; I almost had to tuck my knees up to my chin! Show was oversold and we had to press extremely close to each other. Show was OK, performers definitely over-qualified for story line. Rudolf's nose should have blinked on...continued
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Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer is the longest-running TV holiday special. Read about it on CBS’s website.
The beloved stop-motion classic soars from the TV screen to the stage in this live-action world premiere. Featuring everyone’s favorite characters: Hermey the Elf, Sam the Snowman, the Misfit Toys, the Abominable Snow Monster, Yukon Cornelius, Santa, and (of course) Rudolph! You won’t want to miss this wonderful holiday tradition that speaks to the misfit in all of us.