Grab your mask and activate your animal amulets: PJ Masks is coming to a stage near your family this fall, and its stars need your help to save the day.
The latest in a line of TV-to-stage adaptations, the first PJ Masks live theater show stars Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko in a 60-plus North American city tour, including shows near Mommy Poppins readers in Connecticut, New York City, Philadelphia, Texas, and Los Angeles.
The live-action show, dubbed PJ Masks Live! Time to Be a Hero, is produced by Entertainment One Music and Entertainment One Family in conjunction with Round Room Presents and features tunes familiar to kids who watch the popular Disney Channel animated show as well as all-new music, high-flying acrobatics, and interactive elements.
The show runs 80 minutes and includes one 20-minute intermission. Geared toward kids ages 2 to 6, the show promises quality, family-friendly entertainment for toddlers and preschoolers. Children over the age of 1 will need their own ticket, though some venues require infants to purchase a seat. Check with your local venue for specific regulations.
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A special VIP ticket package gets you front-and-center seating, as well as behind the scenes for a post-show meet-and-greet with the star characters and a special souvenir bag. It will come with a heftier price tag.
The national tour kicks off in New London, Connecticut on September 19 and plays Philadelphia on September 22-23; Boston on October 7-8; New York City on October 14-15; then heads west to Sugar Land, Texas, on November 3 and Los Angeles on November 26.
For more information, and tickets, visit the PJ Masks Live: Time to Be a Hero website.
Artwork courtesy of Entertainment One Family