This show is truly amazing, indescribable and fascinating. Because every part, every scene is something that should be remembered always. It has been so popular among all ages. The movie got an Academy Award for Best Music: Original Score, as well as a Tony Award and the Olivier Award. For sheer entertainment, the stage production is very hard to beat, and the theme is both universally familiar and deeply touching. Lion King Broadway was created based on the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name .
When The Lion King was released as an animated film in 1994, it turned out to be one of Disney's crowning achievements. Because
The show moved to Broadway in November of that year, The Lion King musical production has captivated audiences all over the world in a way that the actor and actress really proved what talent do they have and strive hard to give the right emotions they need to give in the show. With design and direction in the hands of the very capable Julie Taymor, the stage presentation is incredibly smooth and well integrated with its cast of live actors and puppets. The skill of the production crew and the cast are nearly faultless in making the transition from film to stage. Music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice have most deservedly won a slew of awards, and the whole performance is truly breathtaking. Every scene is really worth-remembering in a way that it gives you emotions that you havent experienced.
These is a little preview ,As the plot unfolds, the malicious Scar engineers the death-by-wildebeest of Mufasa, and tells Simba that it's his own fault, sending the grief-stricken lion cub away expecting to die in shame and despair. Simba is rescued from the vultures by Timon and Pumbaa, with their motto of "hakuna matata", which means something like "Who cares?" The lion grows to young adulthood with this attitude, and thinks he has forgotten the past and his beloved and revered father.
On the other way around While Simba is growing up being responsible enough beyond the influence of his parents and their values, Scar the manipulator has succeeded in ruining the lion Kingdom. His marching hyenas are quite terrifying, and the once verdant kingdom is devastated, but not quite to the point of rebellion. Finally Nala, Simba's childhood playmate and ally, goes in search of help and:"happens" upon Simba. Though he resists, the young lion is finally convinced when he has a vision of his father, reminding him of his responsibilities and his destiny. With his reappearance, the lions and all "good creatures" rise up and overthrow the tyrant Scar and his minions.
On of the song used in the production is the "The Circle of Life" is both theme and theme song in this beautifully presented tale of continuing struggle, defeat and renewal. Music and plot are closely entwined, offering the audience a thrilling and unforgettable experience. Anyone with Broadway Lion King Tickets is in an enviable position - but envy is not a virtue, so get yours today, or give them to loved ones. For they will sure love this!