Rugrats: A Live Adventure -- A Fun Family Show From Nickelodeon
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The last date listed for Rugrats: A Live Adventure was Saturday March 24, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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The Rugrats are Tommy, our 1-year-old hero, and his friends, Chuckie, Phil & Lil and his cousin Angelica. Whenever adults are around, the Rugrats act like real babies, but when they’re alone they drop the façade and talk to each other with the vocabulary of 5-year olds.
In Nickelodeon’s live theatrical production, Rugrats – A Live Adventure, the kids turn a typical rainy afternoon into an adventure of the imagination. It’s an adventure for the whole family.
When Chuckie laments that the world is becoming too scary, Tommy decides to do something about it and creates the People-ator, a tool that makes inanimate objects come alive. But Tommy’s plan quickly backfires when Angelica takes his invention.
As the Rugrats travel over oceans and battle Reptar to keep Angelica from using the People-ator for her own purposes, Chuckie realizes that the world no longer seems as scary – not because Tommy changed the world, but because Chuckie has found that he can survive scary things through his own courage and the help of his ‘bestest’ friends.
Songs include “The Mover’s Rap,” “Nothing to Be Escared Of,” “Shine Your Light,” “If I Were a Princess,” “You Are My Dinosaur,” “Everybody Say,” and “If I Could Count to Two.”
_Note: Running time is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission. Due to loud sounds, this show is recommended for ages 2 and older. _