Sing-A-Long Mary Poppins

The beloved Disney classic is now an interactive movie experience!

Friday, November 26 at 10:30AM

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Ticket Prices (general admission):
$12.00 – Seniors & Children Under 12
$15.00 – Adults;


$10.00 – Regent Card Members & groups of 10 or more.

SIX SHOWS ONLY!
Friday,  November 26 – 10:30AM, 2:00PM & 7:00PM
Saturday, November 27 – 10:30AM & 2:00PM
Sunday,  November 28 – 2:00PM


SING-A-LONG with on-screen lyrics!
PLAY-A-LONG with your supercalifragilistic bag of props.
MARCH-A-LONG in the onstage costume parade in your Mary Poppins inspired costume.


“ONE OF THE BEST EVENINGS OF MY LIFE.”
~Marlene Speiler, San Francisco Chronicle

SING-A-LONG MARY POPPINS invites audiences of all ages to step in time with Mary, Bert and the gang. For this special engagement, a restored 35mm print of the classic 1964 film has been customized with on-screen lyrics so that audiences can join in the fun by singing along. A movie host will introduce the film and lead the crowd through audience participation activities and demonstrate the use of the complimentary bag of interactive props. To complete the Sing-A-Long Mary Poppins experience, audience members are encouraged to dress as their favorite Mary Poppins character – or in a costume inspired by the movie.

The Movie Host will invite everyone in costume to march on stage in the costume parade. Sing-A-Long Mary Poppins allows audiences to celebrate the golden age of movies by enjoying this Oscar®-winning film in the fashion in which it was meant to be seen – a grand theatrical setting, fully restored, with a state of the art sound system.

In addition, audiences are encouraged to sing along with some of the best-known and most beloved songs in motion picture history. Adapted from PL Travers’ 1934 novel, Mary Poppins premiered in August 1964. “Practically perfect in every way,” it earned 13 Academy Award nominations and became Disney’s biggest box office success to date. Julie Andrews made Mary Poppins her film debut and nabbed the Oscar, beating out Audrey Hepburn for Best Actress in 1967. After 42 years, Mary Poppins continues to pull lasting magic from its cinematic carpet bag of tricks, while reminding new generations how a simple gift of kindness costs merely tuppence.