PNC Broadway in Louisville
Regarding the Thursday, March 15th and Saturday, March 17th performances of Mary Poppins:
With the unusually high level of downtown traffic due to several sports and entertainment activities occurring, please be advised that available street and garage parking will be limited. Please make plans to arrive at the Kentucky Center early to ensure parking availability.
LATE SEATING POLICY
Please arrive early! Patrons arriving after Mary Poppins has started will be held outside the theater for the first thirteen minutes of the production. We will not be able to show you to your seats until after the opening number has concluded.
PARKING RATE CHANGE- PARC, which operates The Kentucky Center parking garage as well as other garages in Metro Louisville has announced “special event” rates will be in affect on Thursday, March 15:
6 a.m. - 10am, $5.00
10 a.m. - 6:30pm $20.00 (Special event rate)
6:30 p.m. – close $6.00 (normal event rate)
Normal PARC rates of $6 will be in effect across the city for other days next week.
Featuring the irresistible story and unforgettable songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking dance numbers and spectacular stage-craft, MARY POPPINS is everything you could ever want in a hit Broadway show!
So get swept up in the fun of this high-flying musical the New York Post gives 4 out of 4 stars and calls “a perfect piece of musical theater.”
Should I See It? What is Mary Poppins Like?
If you like the movie, you’ll love the show. It features all the classic songs (“A Spoonful of Sugar,” “Chim Chim Cher-ee” and “Spercalifragilisticexpialidocious” to name a few) plus some catchy new tunes. With elaborate sets, eye-popping light displays and show-stopping numbers, this Disney-rific production will transport you to the Banks’ household on Cherry Lane as well as the rooftops of London.
Is Mary Poppins Good for Kids?
Absolutely. There’s plenty of spectacle (she flies!), plenty of laughs and songs the whole family will likely keep singing after the show ends. One moment involving a toy box coming to life may give young ones a fright (and some have noted that it is a tad on the long side for wee ones), but all in all, this is one of Broadway’s surest bets for kids.