Upon arrival, the girls looked for the theater doormen with their big top hats who usually "get us out of the car" (Tori) . "I think they only wear those funny hats at the night shows." (Brianna)
We watched two giant frogs coping with a third frog who was rambunctious and clumsy.
A cat was trapped for a long time in a super large paper bag.
Two hippos suffering from insomnia amused us with their antics as they stole each other's covers and fought for bed space.
One anteater waiter tried to serve another anteater, until both discovered that eating ants off the heads of the theater patrons was much more fun. Oh how the girls giggled when they came to the bald guy in the second row!
We watched two polar bear parents in a windy, cold, and foggy land try to keep their three cubs in line. The cubs were unruly and enjoyed climbing over the theater guests' seats at times. Tori whispered in my ear at one point, "We're Ok. They won't come all the way back to our seats." Ever the brave one, she is not.
Finally we laughed as five large penguins played an impromptu game of musical chairs. Along the way one of the losing penguins creatively tricked an audience member out of her chair.
It was truly a zany collection of illusion and comedy, and we simply had great fun seeing it together.
Afterwards, we called for our driver, who so willingly picked us up, AND took us for a special post-theater treat at Dunkin Donuts. I believe it's always a good policy to sugar them up and then send them home to their loving parents.
Seeing a fun show with two special girls is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Brianna is already studying the theater's catalog of shows, looking for the next one. Fun times, for sure.