Summer is the perfect time to plan a roadtrip and create memories with your family. Whether it’s a daytrip or a weekend getaway, COSI in Columbus is a great destination for families.
Is watching a performance by Cirque du Soleil on your bucket list?
Now is your chance! The Cirque du Soleil company has performed to more than 160 million spectators in more than 400 cities. I had the opportunity to watch “TORUK the first flight” in Cincinnati last year and I’m so excited to see OVO from Cirque du Soleil for the first time this year. The talent and creativity of the performers is absolutely incredible!
Are you ready for spring?
I know that I am! I’m looking forward to warmer weather and spring flowers.
I’m not really good at personally tending to the flowers, but I’m glad that other people do a great job so that I can enjoy viewing them! It’s also fun to find new inspiration that might actually be doable too.
That’s where the 2017 Cincinnati Home & Garden Show comes in.
Are you ready for spring? I know that I am! The new spring floral show at the Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati is ready to inspire you to take a trip to the bayou in your future!
Auto fans, it’s that time again for the 2017 Cincinnati Auto Show February 8-12. This is a great opportunity to compare vehicles from a variety of manufacturers, all under one roof. The exhibits this year will offer something for everyone, young and old.
Looking to escape the winter blues?
The Krohn Conservatory is bringing holiday cheer with their Floral Holiday Show this season. “A Whimsical Wonderland” IS the perfect description for this creative show.
There are certain holiday traditions that our family has every year in Cincinnati. One of them is attending Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo. I’ve been going to Festival of Lights with my family ever since I was a little kid. I brought my boyfriend turned husband, to Festival of Lights when he visited my hometown during college break and now I’m creating memories with my own kids.
Is watching Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer part of your Christmas tradition?
Now you have a chance to make a new tradition and watch the musical live.
The “most famous reindeer of all” from the longest running and highest rated holiday television special will be live on stage with the critically acclaimed RUDOLPH THE RED- NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL (www.rudolphthemusical.com) at the Morris Performing Arts Center on November 26 for two performances. Following two successful years of touring North America, the world’s most famous reindeer and a holly jolly cast of iconic characters including Hermey the Elf, Yukon Cornelius and the Abominable Snow Monster will help Santa save Christmas during three North American tours visiting more than 50 cities this holiday season. The national tour is a “holiday staple” (The Boston Globe) and an “utterly charming, top-notch production” (Orlando Sentinel).
In 1964, the beloved stop-motion animated television classic, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, made its network television debut delighting audiences across the country. “RUDOLPH THE RED- NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL is rapidly becoming a tradition for generations of children and adults and we are so excited to bring the show to fans in South Bend,” says producing partner Jonathan Flom.
Projections, costumes and characters will be faithfully brought to the stage against a backdrop of nostalgic set designs. The cast brings high energy to classic songs and dialogue, while irresistible and loveable puppets highlight the charming “roughness” from the television show’s stop-motion effects. Flom says, “We address all of the familiar story elements from the television special with a talented cast and puppeteers who help recreate the magic on stage. Since the special itself is a classic musical, the stage show does not feel at all like an adaptation and audiences are surprised and delighted when they hear full performances of additional iconic songs associated with the TV special, such as “Fame and Fortune” and “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.”
The story tells the tale of a young Rudolph who, because of the appearance of his bright, shining nose, is excluded from the Reindeer Games. He flees Christmastown and meets up with new friends Hermey the Elf and Yukon Cornelius. After finding The Island of Misfit Toys, Rudolph journeys home, where a snowstorm of epic proportions is threatening Christmas. Can Rudolph rescue his family and friends and help Santa save the holiday?
Saturday, November 26, 2016 1:00 PM
Saturday, November 26, 2016 4:00 PM
Morris Performing Arts Center
Tickets for RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL start at $28.50 and are available online at BroadwayInSouthBend.com, at the Morris Performing Arts Center box office, 211 N. Michigan Street, or by calling 574.235.9190.
Group tickets of 10 or more can be ordered by calling 866.314.7687.
Please Note: Theaterleague.com, BroadwayInSouthBend.com, and the Morris Performing Arts Center box office are the only official sources for tickets to :
THE MUSICAL and all of the shows in the 2016-17 Broadway in South Bend. If you purchase tickets through another source, you may pay over-inflated prices and your tickets will not be guaranteed.
Rudolph’s partnership with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center continues this year. A new illustrated storybook, T.E.A.M. Rudolph and the Reindeer Games, will be available this year only at the stage show performances and other locations where Rudolph is appearing, such as at theme parks, zoos, aquariums and science centers. A portion of the proceeds from all sales of the books will be donated to PACER.
For more information, visit www.rudolphthemusical.com.
I’ve been given 4 Tickets to giveaway to
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER: THE MUSICAL in South Bend, Indiana
Thanks again to the Musical for providing tickets to giveaway.
The Holidays are right around the corner and you can get a head start on your holiday shopping at the Greater Cincinnati Holiday Market. This annual event has become something that I look forward to each year. I find unique gifts for others ….and a few for myself each year.