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Dinosaur Train LIVE: Buddy’s Big Adventure at Dr. Phillips Center

May 10, 2015 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


The popular Emmy® Award nominated PBS KIDS series Dinosaur Train will come to life on the stage at the Walt Disney Theater in a big way with Dinosaur Train – Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, May 10 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tickets start at $24.75 and go on sale Friday, November 21 at 10 a.m. To purchase tickets, visit DrPhillipsCenter.org, call 844-513-2014 or visit the Dr. Phillips Center box office located at 445 South Magnolia Avenue in downtown Orlando.

Dinosaur Train – Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure will bring the beloved stars of the hit PBS series to your hometown for the first time. Kids can join Buddy, Tiny, King, Don and more in a fun-filled, interactive and immersive live trip back in time to an age when dinosaurs roamed the earth….and rode in trains! They will be brought to life in an exciting, original, musical story created just for the stage where the audience is always a part of the action. Utilizing lush projected backgrounds and vistas, magical special effects that fill the theatre, a full sized replica of the Dinosaur Train, unique hybrid puppeteered costume characters and an engaging live host, our Dinosaur pals and their adventures will truly seem larger than life.

Through interactivity, music and laughter Dinosaur Train – Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure will have kids up and dancing in the aisles. Buddy the dinosaur’s world will be created for this live “pre-hysterical” experience as only the Jim Henson Company can. See more details at www.DinosaurTrainLive.com.

This will absolutely be a ‘wow’ show for kids where they can feel like they’ve been transported to Buddy’s amazing world and can go on an adventure with him and his friends. It will be chocked full of music, laughs and effects that families will love experiencing together. We hope kids will be having such a great time they won’t even realize all of the science concepts they’re learning!” – John Tartaglia (Director, Producer) and Michael Shawn Lewis (Producer, Co-Creator)