I really like the animated film, so i thought it would be nice to see the live version of the show and how they had adapted it.
Music by Howard Blake, set design by Tim Mitchell, choreography by Robert North and directed by Bill Alexander and they all came together to create The Snowman, a dance performance.
I thought it was great when they had an actual motorbike on the stage!
When the curtain went up, the lights were designed to look like snow, that went on through the whole performance, which really gave the effect of where you were and where the play was set. All the wings on the stage were hidden by mountains of snow.
I wonder how they got a motorbike backstage, this interested me because I've never seen a vehicle on stage before. They had people playing multiple small parts such as, the fruit that came out of the fridge, the woodland animals and the funny penguins.
I enjoyed it because I was very surprised how accurate it was to the original film. It was a dance performance but it had a lot of acting in it that really told the story.