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Apr 26, 2016

THE OCTONAUTS DIVE INTO FIRST U.S. THEATRE TOUR TO INCLUDE FOX THEATRE PERFORMANCE OCTOBER 28

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(DETROIT– April 26, 2016) — Explore. Rescue. Protect! "Octonauts" announced a brand new, action-packed and interactive theatre show for the very first time in the U.S. The Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure features brand new and fan favorite songs led by the entire Octonauts eight-member crew including Captain Barnacles, Lieutenant Kwazii and Medic Peso, as they invite audiences aboard an underwater quest through a world full of adventure, interactivity, and tons of sea life surprises. The tour will head coast-to-coast visiting more than 60 cities including Detroit at the Fox Theatre on Friday, October 28 at 6 p.m.

The Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure is a high-tech production featuring costume characters and animated projections to a massive screen on stage.  "We are thrilled for kids and families to see Octonauts come to life on stage," said Amy Koudelka, SVP of Product Development and Brands, Silvergate Media. “The Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure is an opportunity for Octo-Cadets to be a real part of the action.”

“We are calling on all cadets and their families across the country to assist our very dynamic team of adventure heroes on their fast-paced, exciting underwater adventure,” says Jonathan Shank, executive producer at Red Light Management. “This stage show is packed with sing-a-longs. Audiences can expect a high level of interactivity with their favorite characters on stage.”

The Octonauts live show consists of two acts each running about 30 minutes, plus a brief intermission. For more information, visit www.octonautsliveus.com www.facebook.com/octonautslive or search on social media using #octonautslive.

The tour is produced by Red Light Management & Fiery Light, in association with Silvergate Media. 

Show credits:

  • Directed by Richard Lewis
  • Lyrics by Matt Lewis
  • Set design by Simon Scullion
  • Lighting design by Matt Haskins
  • Music composed by Mani Svavarsson
  • Sound design by Helen Atkinson
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