The Lion King is always a safe choice, and the spectacle really holds up. And it's pretty darn adorable when a kid is sitting on an aisle seat and gets really wide-eyed at the animals processing right next to them.Anastasia is also a great choice, especially for girls. It's in the fairy-tale princess mode (complete with big sparkly gowns) but a little more grounded in reality too.
Sponge bob is your best bet. Maybe Charlie and the chocolate factory, but I heard its pretty grusome.
For the young 'uns: The Lion King, Aladdin, Wicked, Cats.But it really depends on the kids. I think parents know their own kids the best and I don't see why a mature inquisitive kid couldn't handle Phantom, Hamilton, Hello Dolly! or DEH.
SpongeBob and School of Rock.
SpongeBob, and you know I'll recommend Anastasia :)
SpongeBob, maybe Dear Evan Hansen if they can handle that subject matter and are male, Lion King, Wicked and Hamilton is a toss up based on the type of child.
The Lion King
The language/jokes/subject matter might not make DEH a good choice...
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Dear Evan Hansen is definitely not kid-friendly. Heavy subject matter, sexual references, language. It's a great show, but not for young kids.
I honestly loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I think it s a great show for kids because it was really engaging, and kids don't care about the minimalistic set. The Disney shows are great too, I've only seen Aladdin, and that was spectacular and sparkly. Gotta say though - I saw both on lotto wins and I liked Charlie a lot more
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