Broadway Lion King: a show not to be missed

Have you ever heard the movie The Lion King? Well, I think anyone who has seen the Disney movie would not miss it. Children especially like to see it over and over again because they surely jump to joy and dance to the beat. They are very excited when someone; just for example, his parents mentioned the phrase "We'll see the Lion King!" All the kids really stop playing and run as fast as they can to the couch and focus their mind on the movie they are watching. This is how the movie Lion King is very addictive. But have you ever heard the Lion King of Broadway? I think it's kind of very interesting and unfamiliar. Now let's have a little summary about the Lion King of best seats lion king broadway.

First, let's talk about history. It all started when a lion cub's journey to adulthood and acceptance of its real destiny. It was Simba, an honored prince of his father named King Mufasa. But all this rich and happy life began to disappear when his father was killed by his evil uncle named Scar, a selfish person who believes that he should be the legitimate King. After the tragic incident, Scar drives Simba away from the kingdom. Simba started living alone, but luckily he found two friends on his way, these are: Pumbaa the boar and Timon the meerkat. Their trip was truly a joyous and invaluable experience because they have different attitudes that would really wake up your mind and force your mouth to laugh. In his adulthood, however, he is visited by the spirit of his father, who orders him to defeat the infamous Scar and reclaim his rightful throne.

Second, the production., The Lion King is a musical based on the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice along with the musical score created by Hans Zimmer with choral arrangements by Lebo M. Directed by Julie Taymor, the musical features actors in animal costumes, as well as giant, hollow puppets. The show is produced by Disney Theatrical. After the success of the Broadway show, the show was produced in the UK in 1999 by Harrison Lochtenberg, and continues to perform at the Lyceum Theater in London. Taymor directed the British production of the show, with Melissa De Melo as producer. The London production recently celebrated its tenth anniversary in the West End.

Anyone who has watched the show says it was like watching a show in the jungle. They were truly amazing because that was how you could feel the warm breeze from the sun. With those fantastic costumes you can really determine that it was a complete production. When talking about costumes, they really put their ideas together and discovered a collaboration that would really fit the presentation. If you would like to imagine how difficult it is to create a costume of a character that is not human but animal and that is used by a real human on stage. That's how delicate it is to form a production with such a different genre and that is the reason why it is "Once seen, always desired".

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