Monday, April 1, 2013

Piggy Nation The Musical Review

Last weekend Andre & I had a "mommy & Andre" day. What a great way to start our day but by heading down to the Snapple Theater and catching the off broadway performance of Piggy Nation The Musical.
Piggy Nation is a 75 minute show that entails laughs, song and dance. It is based on the children's book Piggy Nation: A Day at Work with Dad by Richard Rosser. The theater is small but very intimate. Throughout the show, you felt like you were a part of the ensemble. The idea of the show is that we all display piggy behavior such as littering, and bad manners. It's when we learn from them that we become responsible human beings. I enjoyed the show because it was told age appropriately for kids 3 & up. My son was able to understand the piggy behavior in the show. On our way home, he was even able to point out the many piggy behaviors people on the street were doing. You can only imagine how many! This is a great show for kids and adults. I'm all for teaching lessons on good behavior and this show does exactly that with humor & music.
Before the show we met the author Richard Rosser. He even signed Andre's books. Andre was excited to meet a real author and can't wait to tell his teachers that he did.

Piggy Nation The Musical is now playing at the Snapple Theater at 210 West 50th Street. You can purchase tickets online at Ticketmaster or directly at the box office. Performances are on Saturdays at 11am & 5pm or Sunday at 12pm.

Stay tune for a giveaway at the end of the week!

Disclosure: I was given complimentary tickets to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% my own.


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