Please Bring Balloons
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Please Bring Balloons
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Please Bring Balloons NYC Reviews and Tickets

74%
(2 Reviews)
Positive
50%
Mixed
50%
Negative
0%
Members say
Delightful, Quirky, Funny, Clever, Entertaining

About the Show

New York City Children's Theater presents an interactive, multi-sensory show based on Lindsay Ward’s picture book about a young girl who embarks on an adventure with a carousel polar bear.

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97 Reviews | 97 Followers
68
Sweet, Quirky, Disappointing

See it if you're on the look out for as many theater experiences as you can for your toddler. You want to see your kid entertained. Very cute show.

Don't see it if you're used to New Victory quality, you want to feel like the company actually understands children, you don't mind disorganized chaos. Read more

7 Reviews | 1 Follower
85
Clever, Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining, Funny

See it if You have a toddler who likes interactive shows.

Don't see it if You dont like fantasy.

Critic Reviews (1)

M
February 23rd, 2017

"Aimed at kids ages 2-5, 'Please Bring Balloons' is one of our top picks for children's theater in NYC this winter, and among the best events for preschoolers this season...It's completely interactive, making it a great option for first-time and very young theatergoers...It's a sweet, magical adventure filled with animals, balloons, music, and twinkling lights–and easily my 4-year-old's favorite show in the last year."
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