Michelle Kerns from Orlando, Florida
BABY SHARK LIVE!
1. showtime is 90 minutes, take away the 15 late start and intermission show is about 45 mins long. 2. Don’t call the show baby Shark Live! When baby Shark only appears for maybe 15 total of the whole show. 3. Set Design was okay, Character Costumes (Minus Baby Shark) looks like they could have been bought at Target/Party City...etc 3. Best part of the show was the last 10 minutes. Kids seemed to enjoy it but for ticket cost, pretty disappointing.
Billie Culver from Houston, Texas
MEET AND GREAT IS DISAPPOINTING
Paid 502$ for family of 4. The show was average priced. But the meet and great is NOT worth it. It's a total scam. Around 250$ for our family to meet the characters and we got maybe 90seconds and a photo taken on my phone. For that price we could've at least gotten a print out! My son wanted to meet the monkeys only and he wasn't able to. One of the staff members was extremely rude and expected my 1 & 2 year old to stand quietly and patiently in line for the meet and great he said were interrupting their cleaning of the place. Uhm what?! I paid 500$ to stand here and I'm in your way? Won't be doing it again. Save your money don't go.
Adam from Cincinnati, Ohio
I AM NOW SADLY ATHEIST
I saw no talent and no creativity. The little one liked it. But i still felt like i spent 40 to put him in front of a TV for an hour. It solidified an idea in me that there is no God.
Tracey from Chicago, Illinois
DON’T CALL IT BABY SHARK LIVE
The show was disappointing. Baby shark was barely on stage and the other half of the time was pink fong fox “searching” for baby shark. We came to see “baby shark” not the “fox” . The only song that was actually from the baby shark videos was baby shark song which was done up poorly. They played none of the other songs that are from the videos. The show started late and then intermission was approx 20 min after it started so waiting w a 21 month old all over again was not fun. We skipped the “finale” bc it wasn’t worth it. For how much money we spent to see this show I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.
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