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Super Why Live show headed to Raleigh in July

Posted April 30, 2012

Super Why Live: You've Got the Power!, a show based on the top-rated PBS Kids TV series, will stop in downtown Raleigh on July 24.

Tickets go on sale on Friday.

The show, produced by the same people who worked on Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Yo Gabba Gabba Live! and others, will showcase, music, dancing, cutting-edge technology, visual effects and aerial stunts.

Here's a description from the press release: "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! While singing, dancing and interacting with the characters on stage along the way, pint-sized fans (and parents, alike!) discover who really has the power to make dreams come true!"

The show is 6:30 p.m., July 24, at the Progress Energy Center for Performing Arts in downtown Raleigh. Tickets start at $29. There also are VIP "Meet & Greet" packages.

For more information about the show and to purchase tickets starting on Friday, click here.


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  • shall6 May 1, 2012

    Unipride ... there is a very good chance we'll have a giveaway sometime in June or early July ...

    Sarah

  • unipride May 1, 2012

    Any hope of ticket giveaways?
    Though to be fair I doubt I could take my 2.5 year old as he would be a bear at that hour of the day.

  • ebk123 May 1, 2012

    My son LOVES Super Why! This will be a great 2nd birthday surprise for him!

  • cygnetmommy May 1, 2012

    I really wish they would make these things for kids more affordable. I was very excited about this when I saw the article title, and was thinking about who else would like to go as I was reading it. Then I got to the price--they start at $29!?!? I know there are plenty of people who can afford this, but I for one cannot spend $60 to take my 5-year-old to see it!