Preschoolers have "the power" to experience Super WHY as never before when Super WHY Live: You've Got the Power!, the first-ever live show based on the top-rated PBS KIDS TV series from Out of the Blue Enterprises, on stages across the country starting this summer. Produced by S2BN Entertainment (SpiderMan: Turn Off The Dark, Yo Gabba Gabba Live!, Rock of Ages: The Musical) and featuring music from Jack Antonoff of the hit band "fun.," Super WHY Live kicks off in Monroe, Louisiana, and will visit nine cities throughout July, "setting the stage" for additional stops from coast-to-coast this fall.
Tickets will be available beginning Friday, May 4. Fans can visit www.superwhylive.com for more information and to purchase tickets and VIP "Meet & Greet" packages.
"Super WHY Live adds a whole new exhilarating dimension to Super WHY and its power to entertain
and inspire young children," said Samantha Freeman Alpert, Co-Creator and Executive Producer of the series and Co-Founder of Out of the Blue Enterprises.
"We're so excited to extend the beloved series from the screen to the stage with this full-scale live production for families to enjoy together."
Super WHY Live vibrantly brings to life Super Why, Alpha Pig, Wonder Red, Princess Presto and their
puppy pal Woofster, who each take children on larger-than-life, imagination-stimulating adventures.
With help from the audience, the characters embark on magical, out-of-this-world journeys to explore what they've always wanted to be – from a ship's captain to a rock star and more.
Showcasing cutting-edge technology, visual effects and aerial stunts, Super WHY Live is a sensory
spectacular that will dazzle and delight audiences of all ages. The new production features a team of
top talent, including a Tony Award-winning scenic designer and an Emmy and Tony Award-nominated
lighting designer, who create a mesmerizing setting for the show.
The tour dates are:
Wednesday, July 18 Monroe, LA Monroe Civic Center – Jack Howard Theater
Friday, July 20 Birmingham, AL BJCC Concert Hall
Saturday, July 21 Knoxville, TN The Tennessee Theatre
Sunday, July 22 Memphis, TN The Orpheum Theatre
Tuesday, July 24 Raleigh, NC Memorial Auditorium
Wednesday, July 25 N. Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Friday, July 27 Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Saturday, July 28 Tampa, FL Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Sunday, July 29 Miami Beach, FL The Fillmore