We went to this show on opening night, because we got free tickets for the whole family. And they were good tickets, too. whoo hoo. The show was OK, and definitely worth the ticket price, lol. I probably would have been mad if we’d shelled out the $60 a ticket for our seats.
And while I have friends whose kids were scared of the dinos, well, MY kid was really mad we couldn’t go down and play with the dinos. Yeah.
So in case you’re wondering what they look like, here a few pictures I took. (Because despite the fact that the gentleman at the door of the events center wanted to confiscate my camera – yeah, right – photography was OK as long as you didn’t use a flash.)
Those of us who were adults got a huge kick out of the dino’s behavior. Namely, the ones on the mechanical carts couldn’t turn around, and they couldn’t change speeds. So when a predator would come to attack its prey, it was kind of a comical non-battle. (I mean, of course the predator wasn’t going to actually catch the prey, but on top of that, the prey in some cases had to back up TOWARDS the predator, who kindly also backed up to allow the prey to turn in a wide arc to run away.)