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My grand-daughter left crying. She was expecting Granny & Grand-Dad pig. The only ones in customes were MoMMy and Daddy pig. The other characters were on wheels pushed by people. Very disappointing.
They sang to much and didn't do any skits of the real show on TV. I only gave a 3 star because she sort of liked it.
Monica Williams from St. Louis, Missouri
The show itself was ok. My problem was with the people pushing the puppets around the stage🤦♀️ Mommy and Daddy pig were the only 2 in costumes I think it leaves little to the kiddies imagination. The theater was packed and as I read reviews it’s done this way everywhere. Clean that up and you’ll get much better reviews!
Sean from Houston, Texas
This was a lackluster show. The props and lighting
were far too basic for the price and sheer size of the
venue. The audience only experienced a glimpse of a
descent show during the brief scenes in the ocean.
Brigitte C. from Charleston, SC
Just saw the show last night with my grandson in Charleston, SC. This is a cheap production that would have been suitable as a free entertainment at the local library. The puppets were unattractive, did not look like the real Peppa, and were pushed by people dressed in black that were highly visible. Cardboard decors, bad acoustics... Even the story was boring compared to the shows on TV. Don't waste your money! By the way, I had a very hard time finding critics about this show, every single page on Google says how wonderful it is!.....
Barbarose from Grand blanc mi
SAVE YOUR MONEY
DON'T GET THE GREET AND MEET...TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY
Henry parents from New Orleans, Louisiana
Not sure what was going on. They had an annoying girl narrating the show. The characters apart from
mommy and daddy pig were basically mobile puppets pushed by people (that you clearly visible). The stage
props were low end. Nothing close to the real show. After 30 mins they stopped for a 30 minute interval and
then came out for another 30. I recommend save your money and dignity and avoid.
Dawn Kossak from Carol Stream, IL 60188
PEPPA PIG LIVE AT THE ROSEMONT
We were all soooo disappointed. With the exception of Mama Pig and Daddy Pig all the
characters were basically puppets on a stick. Even my 5 year old granddaughter didn't
enjoy the show. Calling it Pegga Pig live is a misconception. We went to see Paw Patrol
live and they were all actual people in costumes. The fact that we had to pay $50 ticket
for basically a puppet show, that you couldn't hear well, was outrageous. Save your
money people...take the kids/grandkids to the movie theatre!!
Paxton from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
DON'T GO, IT'S A LOW BUDGET PUPPET SHOW
Bad bad bad. Long intermission....you got kids all jazzed up then break for 30 minutes. It's oversized puppets, poor audio, boring storyline, etc. Wouldn't be as disappointed had it not cost an arm and a leg.
Andrea Henderson from Charleston, West Virginia
PEPPA PIG LIVE
Worst show ever!! 1 star is an exaggeration! Total rip off. I pd $50 to go back stag and get a picture of my 5 year old with Peppa jumping in a mud puddle. 1st they made me pay another $50 to go back with her because she was young - ( Peppa is a children’s cartoon) then used MY cell to to take the pictures that were terrible. The mud puddle was a brown mat and Peppa was a puppet about 20 ft from her. My daughter hysterically cried because she expected to get her picture taken with Peppa similar to pictures with the Easter Bunny. The show was such a disappointment as we were expecting live characters in costumes. It was a total waste of my money as I honestly feel like it was just a scam using children as a target. I sincerely hope that the Charleston Theater never allows another show like this to use their stage to disappoint our children. I read in other reviews how disappointed people were and didn’t see any good reviews. SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT!
Alcibiades from Boston, Massachusetts
PRESAGES THE DOWNFALL OF THE GREAT AMERICAN EXPERIMENT
I am a Peppa Pig fan. Our British parents across the pond have really created a delightful rather educational show peppered with the dry wit that the British have absolutely perfected. I’m not sure what I witnessed at Emerson, but it wasn’t Peppa Pig. Instead, it was a sort of clinic in pre k educational nihilism in the states. A blackboard remained a simple prop and nothing more despite consisting of nothing more ambitious than the alphabet and the numbers 1-5. The accents were positively atrocious and the diction far inferior to Jamaican patois, which would’ve at least added a bit of levity to an otherwise grim affair. The parents, including myself, seemed quite grateful for the bar. We noticed the absence of cup holders, but their superfluity soon became apparent as our drinks were consumed with the velocity of a frat party both as a matter of survival and an antidote to the enhanced interrogation unfolding before our eyes. I felt rather sorry for the children, most of whom seemed quite bored, particularly as the show couldn’t even spring for costumes that would’ve created even a pretense of fantasy necessary to keep a child engaged. Rehearsal was evidently optional. I suspect not a single writer was hired. The songs often did not feature a single intelligible word in any language, merely a string of off key neologisms. Would highly recommend to any parent wishing to questions a child’s ADHD diagnosis. If your child can sit through this, it might represent the most sensitive indicator yet that your child does not need amphetamines. Also would recommend to radical anglophiles and neo-monarchists as this show will provide valuable fodder for some of your more persuasive arguments. All others need not apply
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