Our energetic and inquisitive African penguins are visitor favorites.
Watch carefully and you might even see the African penguins in our Splash Zone exhibit communicating with each other.
When penguins flap their wings or bow their heads, they're telling each other how they feel.
Throwing their heads back and wings out means "I'm happy." Leaning forward and opening their beaks means "Go away." See the Aquarium in a whole new light with extended summer hours until 8 p.m. Linger at your favorite exhibits after the crowds have gone, and enjoy wine, live music and sustainable bites.
Look for black cormorants perched on a rock, perhaps stretching their wings to dry.
Watch the water's surface; you might see a harbor seal poke its head out of the water, or a sea otter wrapped in kelp.
Critical reception was positive, with particular praise to the overall atmosphere and production style of the presentation, as well as the performances of the cast, particularly Hudgens as Betty Rizzo—the special was dedicated in the memory of Hudgens' father, who had died from cancer one day prior to the broadcast.
Learn more What's it like to see the bay from the Aquarium's ocean-view decks? In just a few clicks you can get a 360-degree look from outside the Aquarium, then head inside and stroll through our exhibit galleries.
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For instance, the production incorporated songs that were created for the film version, such as a performance of its theme song "Grease (Is The Word)" by Jessie J, "You're the One That I Want", and "Hopelessly Devoted to You", as well as songs that were exclusive to the stage version, such as "Freddy, My Love" and "Those Magic Changes".
Kail explained that "very early on as I started imagining what this could be, talking to Marc Platt, our executive producer, and the folks at Paramount, one of the things we really were very focused on was trying to capture the spirit of both the original companies of Grease and that film that has left such an indelible impression on all of us.