It’s the kind of dolphin show that has been standard for decades—trainers chat about the animals, which leap and flip and otherwise frolic for your applause—and that’s what makes it so good. You don’t need fancy frippery to appreciate the strength and agility of these dolphins (which were all born in parks), although in this presentation, there is also a brief appearance by a flock of parrots. If you don’t see the Shamu show, this is the best alternative. Sit in front and you may get drenched, but don’t blame the dolphins—they’re only doing it for the fish. Dolphin Theater, Sea of Shallows.