|By PR Newswire||
|November 20, 2012 12:05 AM EST||
GERMANTOWN, Wis., Nov. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Lion King was a very successful animated Disney movie when it came out in 1994. The songs written by Elton John and Tim Rice helped to make the movie very popular with all age groups. It is now a theatrical production that is playing on Broadway and has been since October of 1997. Parents are eager to purchase Lion King theater tickets so that the entire family can enjoy a presentation that is comprised of colorful costumes, exciting sets and well-loved songs.
Since The Lion King has become such a popular production, there are versions of the musical that are touring in different parts of the United States. There is always a great deal of excitement associated with seeing a show on Broadway, though, and Lion King Broadway tickets are top sellers to theatergoers who reside in New York or are visiting the area on vacation.
When Lion King originally debuted on Broadway, it opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre. It is now playing at Minskoff Theatre and will continue to run on Broadway at that particular location well into 2013. Theater enthusiasts who want to see a production where the children can also attend are buying tickets for Lion King on Broadway. Prices may be high at many locations, and it will be beneficial for those who are interested in seeing the show to check out various costs for Lion King Broadway tickets. This is the best way to ensure that seats are obtained at bargain prices.
Lion King has won numerous awards and has grown in popularity since its debut. The theatrical version has been closely based on the original film with a few changes and additions. Actors dressed in appropriate costumes portray the animals in the show, and the production is certain to be a fascinating experience for children. Even adults will be mesmerized by the beauty and creativity of the presentation, and Lion King theater tickets are expected to continue as favorite choices by parents who are looking for quality family entertainment.
Theater tickets make wonderful gifts for loved ones who are celebrating special events, and holidays are a perfect time to present tickets for Lion King on Broadway to family members and good friends. Lion King is one of the longest running shows on Broadway, and it has also turned out to be the highest grossing show in the history of Broadway productions. The musical has even had great success in other countries. It has been running at London's Lyceum Theatre since 1999 and is also showing in Taiwan, Australia, Mexico, South Africa and France.
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