THE NEW MUSICAL STAGE ADAPTATION to celebrate its 100th performance

Jonathan Rockefeller’s acclaimed and record-breaking Winnie the Pooh series: Jonathan Rockefeller’s new stage musical adaptation will celebrate its 100th performance on Saturday, January 15 at 10 am; three days before National Winnie the Pooh Day on January 18, 2022.

Pooh will run until January 30 before bringing The Hundred Acre Wood to the Mercury Theater in Chicago on March 15, 2022. For tickets and more information, visit

Inspired by beloved AA Milne books and classic Disney feature films, Disney’s Winnie the Pooh: The New Stage Musical Adaptation was hosted in New York City from October 2021.

In addition to her overwhelmingly positive reviews for this magical production, she was also celebrated for her advanced security measures, including being the first production to partner with a mobile test center to provide free rapid tests to those who don’t. cannot be vaccinated, which simplifies things. for families to return to the live theater with confidence and ease.

In a new story from Hundred Acre Wood, this new stage adaptation is told with impressive life-size puppets, telling exciting new stories featuring characters who have played iconic roles in children’s lives for generations. The magical, modern tale is accompanied by an original score by Nate Edmondson, which features some of the songs written for The Sherman Brothers animated feature, including Winnie the Pooh, The Blustery Day, The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers and Whoop-De- Dooper Bounce, and The More It Snows by AA Milne (with music by Carly Simon) and Sing Ho, a new arrangement.

New York cast and creative team include Jake Bazel (TV: “Sesame Street”, Off-Broadway: Paddington Gets in a Jam) as Pooh, Chris Palmieri (TV: Emmy nominee “Snug’s House”) in the role of Tigrou, Kirsty Moon (Rockefeller Productions ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, Paddington Gets in a Jam) and Kristina Dizon (National Tour: Sesame Street) alternating the roles of Porcinet / Roo and Kanga, Emmanuel Elpenord (Rockefeller Productions’ The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show) as Eeyore, Rabbit & Owl, Kaydn Kuioka, Max Lamberg and Cooper Lantz share the role of Christopher Robin and Sebastiano Ricci is the understudy. The creative team includes Jamie Roderick (lighting design), Lindsay McWilliams (costume designer), Nate Edmondson (original music and orchestrations), Matthew Lish (lead puppet builder), David Goldstein (set designer) and Hannah Delmore (production stage manager).

Winnie the Pooh broke theater box office records when it was premiered in New York City for Biggest Advance and is developed and presented by acclaimed family entertainment creator Jonathan Rockefeller (whose spectacular puppets are ubiquitous in productions acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, Paddington Gets in a Jam and the recently released streaming movie, Paddington Saves Christmas).

A leader in family entertainment, Rockefeller Productions values ​​the safety of its customers and staff and will adhere to current CDC and industry safety standards, all customers will be required to wear a mask inside the theater, and every person ages 12 and over will need to show proof of vaccination before entering the theater. People under the age of 12 will be required to show evidence of a negative COVID PCR test within three days of performance or a negative COVID rapid antigen test from a doctor or testing site within 6 hours after performance.

New York:

Until Sunday January 30, 2022

Hundred Acre Theater at Theater Row is located at 410 West 42nd Street, New York


March 15 – June 12, 2022

The Mercury Theater Chicago is located at 3745 N. Southport Ave., Chicago

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