I'll be totally honest. Until about a year ago, I had never heard of Bluey, but now, thanks to my well-informed two-year-old granddaughter, I can introduce the whole cast.

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Sing with me; Mom, Dad, Bingo and Bluey!!!

Or as my granddaughter says, "Booey."

Kids all over will be excited to know that Bluey's Big Play has just announced that it will come to the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium on Thursday, October 19, 2023 at 6:00 pm.

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Tickets start at $27.50 and are on sale now at ticketmaster.com

In a review of the stage performance, theguardian.com writes:

It’s an incredibly fun, energetic performance but there’s also plenty of heart and smart explorations of concepts that are tricky to grapple with for both children and adults. The Bluey creator, Joe Brumm, who adapted it for the stage, brings the same nuance and magic that he’s established across more than 100 seven-minute episodes of the series.

In another review from parade.com, we see more positive sentiment:

The live show has many of the similar elements of the TV show and is full of callbacks to beloved episodes like "Keepy Uppy" (maybe have your keepy uppy skills ready if you go), yet it still stands on its own as a unique story. A big part of that is due to the show being written by Bluey creator Joe Brumm. “There’s some balance of all the things you love from the show like the games and the playfulness but it has its own special story about sister relationships which is played out through both the girls and their mom, Chili.

New to all of this? Just watch one episode and you'll see why the kids and their parents are so excited!

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