Feld Entertainment and Disney On Ice, animated the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore on Wednesday night with their newest ice capades adventure, “Rockin’ Ever After”. A few all-time favorites mixed with some new Disney “classics” and you’re in for a treat!!
On a chilly and light rainy Saturday afternoon, the sun was shining and fun was illuminating from the court at the Verizon Center. The Harlem Globetrotters tour stop in DC drew such a large family-friendly crowd that as a new comer to their show, I thought I was attending a circus from Ringling Bros. The production and the theatrics of the players had us in stitches and enjoying every antic. The “ringmaster” or “court jester” was player number 21 “Special K.” Special K’s banter with the other Globetrotter players and the challenging team played up childish humor that all ages love or at least chuckle at. The dialogue consisted of hyping the crowd with jabs at the referee, dissing the opponents with wisecracks, pants-ing a player, and an oldie but goodie – fart noises. The kids were the prime target audience and they know it. It was fun watching the kids so intently involved with each play.
For a decade, the Mythbusters spends one hour every week to test widely known myths and beliefs. Now, Adam and Jamie are taking Mythbusters on a 31-city tour across the country. Our very own Warner Theater had the honor of hosting two shows yesterday. I was in attendance of the evening show and our beloved “experts of dangerous” did not disappoint the packed audience. Read the rest of this entry »
Disney on Ice usually comes to the DC area at least once a year, and my family tries to go often as we can. It’s not nearly as expensive as other forms of live entertainment, and as long as you decide before hand how much money you’re going to spend on souvenirs (usually we skip them altogether or just get one of the commemorative cups with a snow-cone), it’s an affordable and memorable night for my three kids, who are 4, 7, and 10.