Beauty And The Beast Theater Tickets and Schedule
Tue - Thu 7pm
Fri - Sat at 8pm
Sun at 7:30pm
Sat & Sun at 2pm
This is another great musical from the stables of Disney, based on the timeless story passed down from generations to generations. Playing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, the show is a lavish musical adaptation of the Walt Disney’s 1991 animated film by the same name. This popular musical debuted on Broadway by previewing at the Palace Theater on March 9,1994 and premiering on April 18, 1994. It began its performances at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 12, 1999, and has been running there since then.
On November 12, 2006, the show completed 5,168 performances on Broadway and it is currently the 6th longest running musical in the history of Broadway. However, it is the 3rd longest running of all the musicals currently running on Broadway, with The Phantom of the Opera, and the recently revived Les Misérables (November 9, 2006) ahead of it with respectively 7,837 and 6,680 performances. The script was expanded and new songs, written by by Alan Menken and Tim Rice, were added.
The animated version of the show was the first animated movie ever to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. The musical version was nominated for nine Tony awards in 1994 and won one for the Best Costume Design. It also won the 1994 Theatre World Award. The Story Briefly
Beauty and the Beast is the story of a young woman – Belle – and the monstrous Beast, who is a prince under a spell of an enchantress for his lack of compassion. In exchange for her father’s life, Beauty agrees to become the Beast’s prisoner forever. Once Beauty enters the enchanted castle, the Beast starts to fall in love with her, and gradually becomes less beastly. The spell over the prince can only be broken if Beauty starts to fall in love with the Beast in return, otherwise the prince is doomed to all eternity to remain a Beast.
This is a great musical where you and your family can spend an enchanted and a magical evening. As is the case with most of Disney’s musicals, this is another great one for the children. Tickets
Currently running at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, which was originally built in 1910, and was known as The Globe. It was built by New York City architects Carrere & Hastings, and is their last surviving Broadway theater. After its complete renovations, it reopened in 1958 and was renamed the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in honor of actors Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, who were married to each other.
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