Thomas and Friends Live! On Stage: Thomas Saves the Day
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Although my grandchild enjoyed it very much, there were many elements missing - like his closest friends! James, Harrold nor Edward were there! The theatrical effects were not what I expected. And the venue itself was uncomfortable: narrow seats...continued
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Beloved by children around the world, Thomas the Tank Engine returns to the stage in _Thomas and Friends Live! On Stage Thomas Saves the Day.
The engines are busy preparing for the Island of Sodor’s Lantern Festival when a big storm rolls into town, tearing down the decorations and making the light burning bright in the lighthouse break. How will the boats carrying the visitors make it to the Island in time for the Festival? There is lots of cleaning and fixing to be done for Thomas, Percy and other Island of Sodor friends. Through discovery, friendship and cooperation, Thomas finds a way to save the day – and the festival goes on as scheduled.
This 90-minute live musical adventure is based on the stories of the famed Thomas and Friends brand that has been enjoyed by millions of children in the popular television series, home video programs, books and a complete line of preschool toys. The inaugural North American tour of Thomas and Friends Live! On Stage offers Thomas enthusiasts and their families an exciting and fresh new way to experience the brand.
Thomas and Friends Live! On Stage in ’Thomas Saves the Day is produced by AEG ThemeSTAR and HIT Entertainment. It is directed by Jim Millan, founder of Toronto’s Crow’s Theater and noted director of children’s theatrical productions and touring shows Kids in the Hall and Warner Bros. Scooby-Doo In StageFright Live! On Stage.