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Disney's Winnie The Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation Tickets

We could all use a little bit more Winne The Pooh in our lives, right?
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Disney's Winnie The Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation Tickets

About Disney's Winnie The Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation

Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, a new adventure is about to happen. Disney’s iconic Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their best friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, and Owl (and Tigger too!) all finally arrive on stage in beautifully-crafted Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation.

In a new story from the Hundred Acre Wood, told with stunning life-size puppetry through the eyes of the characters we all know and love, this fresh stage adaptation features the Sherman Brothers’ classic Grammy-award-winning music with additional songs by A.A. Milne.

Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation is developed and presented by renowned family entertainment creator Jonathan Rockefeller, produced in association with Disney Theatrical Productions.

Run time

60 minutes, no intermission

Start date

June 18th, 2022

End date

July 24th, 2022

Categories

45 Reviews

Lupa

Lupa

64 Reviews | 17 Followers
100
Entertaining, Clever, Absorbing, Enchanting, Delightful

See it if If you want to give your heart a hug. Such a heartwarming show.

Don’t see it if You don't like shows for kids.

BwayBaby

BwayBaby

1007 Reviews | 1057 Followers
82
Fun, Polished, Cute, Entertaining, Delightful

See it if Cute for the whole fam or adults who enjoy Disney/Winnie. Show is VERY polished, very Disney. Excellent Puppeteers/Actors.

Don’t see it if You want more than a 60min theater experience. Have no interest in Winnie the Pooh or Disney-esque stories.

T999

T999

64 Reviews | 13 Followers
89
Delightful, Entertaining, Cute

See it if you want a cute, mellow musical that's absolutely adorable and sure to make you smile, also really clever puppet work and effects

Don’t see it if you want a musical that's mature, more flashy, or bigger. This is purely something simple, but lighthearted and enjoyable.

The4thWall

The4thWall

1032 Reviews | 952 Followers
82
Clever, Relevant, Great acting, High quality, Enchanting

See it if Really well done with high quality puppetry and acting. Great story good for kids and adults. Delightful. Just 1 hour.

Don’t see it if You don't like heartwarming shows. Just 1 hour.

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Disney's Winnie The Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation cast and creative team

By: Jonathan Rockefeller, based on the stories by A. A. Milne
Songs by: The Sherman Brothers and A. A. Milne
Director: Jonathan Rockefeller

Venue

410 West 42nd Street (between 9th and Dyer Avenue), New York, NY, USA, 10036

More information about Disney's Winnie The Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation

It’s impossible to walk through the trees without thinking of Winnie the Pooh and his adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood. But what if you could visit the Hundred Acre Wood for yourself? Get Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation tickets on TodayTix.

See Theatre Row transformed into the iconic forest at the Winnie the Pooh musical, and join Pooh and friends in a brand new adventure that’s sweeter than honey. In 65 minutes, Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, and the rest of the crew discover how to have fun in each of the four seasons, including flying kites during a windy autumn and making friends with a snow-lady in the winter.

Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation features life-sized puppets that bring the beloved characters to life. You'll also hear never-heard-before music by Pooh’s creator A. A. Milne, as well as the popular Grammy Award-winning songs by the Sherman Brothers. So, are you ready to sing in the woods with Pooh?

What to Watch For

  • Winnie the Pooh is a fictional character created by A. A. Milne. He wrote two short story collections about Pooh and his friends: Winnie-the-Pooh in 1926 and followed it up with The House at Pooh Corner in 1928.
  • Winnie the Pooh first appeared, however, in Milne's 1924 poetry book When We Were Very Young. He was originally called "Mr. Edward Bear" and is inspired by a toy his son, Christopher Robin Milne, owned. In fact, all the characters in the Winnie the Pooh franchise are inspired by Milne's son and his toys.
  • It wasn’t until 1932 that Pooh and his fellow animal friends were first seen in color, in the first Winnie the Pooh movie by Stephen Slesinger. That's when Pooh was first drawn wearing a red shirt, which his character is known for now!
  • In fact, there have been a lot of Winnie the Pooh movies. Disney alone created six feature films and nine direct-to-video films. The 2017 film Goodbye, Christopher Robin explores how Winnie the Pooh was created.

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