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- $18 for one ticket to The Power of a Dream and other attractions, as well as a backstage pass (up to a $37.50 Value)
- Where: The Dancing Horses Theater
- When: any show through July 31, 2013.
- Seating: best available
- Door time: one hour prior to showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the schedule of available showtimes.<p>
Children 2 or younger are admitted for no charge and are welcome to sit on a parent’s lap or saddle.<p>
The Power of a Dream
Like crayon drawings, sing-along songs, or a spoonful of fresh paste, The Power of a Dream evokes childhood memories of the performers. Outfitted with vivid lights and riders in glamorous costumes, the horses illuminate the darkness as they parade and prance. The team glides through a 300-seat, climate-controlled arena, performing saddled acrobatics, and displaying the strength of the human-equine bond. In their own arena, exotic birds from Animal Gardens showcase their advanced intellect and smart-people glasses with awe-inspiring displays. The parrots roller skate, play basketball, and sing in feathered choruses led by Echo, an Amazon parrot known for his performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and America’s Got Talent. Backstage tours wind behind the scenes, where trainers host presentations on horse training before leading crowds to the stables to meet and pet the hoofed performers. Guests can also visit the young animals that reside in the Baby Barn, and stop by the wildlife trail and petting zoo.
The Dancing Horses Theatre
Recurring dreams can often be brief and haunting. But 6 miles west of Lake Geneva at a large theater in the center of 40 acres of wooded trails, Dana Montana happily watches her lifelong dream unfold. Here, she takes center stage to introduce up to 300 guests to her beloved purebred Arabian horses that majestically trot out to join her. They entertain audiences alongside expert acrobatic performers and trainers, whose resumés include stints with the Ringling Bros. Circus, Walt Disney World, and Arabian Nights.
Garbed in sparkling bridles and feather-plumed headdresses, the magnificent steeds wow the crowd with dazzling footwork and quotes from Shakespeare’s lesser-known horse plays. After the horse show concludes, bird fans and budding ornithologists can enjoy an exotic bird show starring Echo, the singing, talking, effervescent double-yellow headed Amazon parrot who charmed audiences on America's Got Talent.