Pajanimals Live Tickets
Details of Pajanimals Live and the Ticket Luck value
Bedtime is not something that kids usually look forward to. Children are usually quite hyperactive these days, what with popping sugary snacks in their mouths all day long, and so are literally bouncing off the walls all the time. But they will quite probably want to settle down and snuggle into their beds once the Pajanimals make their way into their lives. They are not your ordinary herd of barnyard animals but have been especially reared in Jim Henson Company's Creature Shop.
Apollo the green furred dog, Squacky the blue-feathered duck, Sweatpea Sue the orange and pink skinned pony and CowBella, the cow with a purple and white hide are going to charm your kids with tales of their magical adventures around the world and all the way to the moon and back. So don't forget to book some Pajanimals Live tickets to have them delight your little ones.
The Jim Henson Company has been entertaining kids everywhere with original puppets since the late 1950s and acquired a TV presence in 1969 in the form of the hugely popular show Sesame Street. This TV phenomenon opened up a completely new avenue for entertaining kids through educational skits involving puppets and human characters. The animated shorts have also been a very successful part of all of Sesame Street's television productions.
The Sesame Street brand was taken on tour in the early 1980s and has been a huge success ever since. Jim Henson's Creature Shop that he established in 1979 has been instrumental in creating many of the muppets that have been used in the various television shows as well as the live stage productions. Initially, the entire process of creating sophisticated puppets was started in order to give "life" to the fantastic designs created for the movies Dark Crystal and Labyrinth in the first half of the 1980s.
The Pajanimals may have come late onto the scene but quickly made a place for themselves in the hearts and minds of young viewers everywhere. They made their first appearance in 2008 in the form of a series of shorts that were aired on the PBS channel Kids Sprout, and then "sprouted" in to full-length episodes three years later. Each episode consists of two back-to-back segments, each spanning eleven minutes and showing the furry foursome engaging in one fun-filled bedtime activity or the other.
The pajama wearing animals, hence the name "Pajanimals," have their own unique personality traits. Apollo, named after the famous Greek god for the sun, is into everything to do with space. He even has the insignia of his namesake NASA Apollo space project above his bed. Squacky, true to his name, is always over-excited and tries his best to get everyone to feel as enthusiastic about everything as he is. However, his excitement often leads him to go over the edge and play all kinds of practical jokes on his bedtime mates.
The other two are quite docile. After all, they are based on a cow and a pony. Sweetpea Sue is not just sweet in name but also in her game. She is a great fan of the outdoors and a nature lover to the hilt. She also serves as the mother figure for the rest of the animals, especially when she feels that they might be getting out of line and wanting to party all night long. CowBella is the most laidback of the lot, and the more "girly girly" of the two. She is heavily into makeup and dressing up. She originally got her name as she was always spouting Italian phrases such as saying "Mamma Mia" and "Buon giorno," with "ciao bello" becoming the basis for her own name.
The Pajanimals Live tour will have the four fun-lovers come out from the bedroom and onto the stages of theaters everywhere for entertaining the tiny fans with tales of some of their greatest adventures. Their performances will feature Apollo, CowBella, Sweetpea Sue and Squacky singing their heads off to some fantastic numbers. So come join in on the lively atmosphere filled with musical merriment and imaginative storytelling by booking some Pajanimals Live tickets now.