Travelling stage show promises to be PAWsitively exciting

The cast of PAW Patrol Live on stage for The Great Pirate Adventure. VStar Entertainment / Supplied

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Revolution Place is inviting guests to climb the Jacob’s Ladder because it’s all hands on deck for an exciting new show hitting the stage in February 2020.

Sailing through their national tour, the cast and crew of PAW Patrol Live are travelling across Canada and the United States, presenting The Great Pirate Adventure by VStar Entertainment.

Slated to appear Feb. 8-9, 2020, the show brings its audience along on an adventure-filled pirate themed adventure over land and sea to find hidden treasure.

The context of the show places the crew of the PAW Patrol during Pirate day celebrations in adventure bay, and the characters must rescue a friendly face from danger, coming across a treasure map in the process.

Janelle Good, who plays Skye, said the show is very interactive and encourages the audience to get up, dance and engage with what’s going on, on-stage.

“There’s such a special energy and purity to the kids who are there, and seeing some of their faces when their favourite character is making eye contact with them is something so special,” said Good.

“It brings a lot more energy to your performance, being able to have that relationship with the audience.”

Rachael Kemp described the show as containing a lot of excitement, plot twists and different experiences throughout the duration of the performance.

“There’s a lot of teamwork in this story in particular,” said Kemp.

“The PAW Patrol has a bunch of different characters and throughout the whole performance each character has a moment where they help and they contribute and everyone’s working together. I think that’s a really cool dynamic about this show.”

Good also described the show to feature “beautiful” visuals, fun and catchy music, and an appeal to all ages.

PAW Patrol emphasizes the message that, “No job is too big, and no pup too small,” encouraging perseverance and teamwork to its audiences.

“Even after you’ve tried your best, it’s okay to ask for help; which I think is a really important message for kids to hear,” said Good.

Tickets can be purchased through Revolution Place, at www.revolutionplace.com, or through PAW Patrol live at www.pawpatrollive.com

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