Show Ticket For Beauty And The Beast

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Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

205 West 46th Street

2 hours and 30 mins with 1 intermission

April 18, 1994

Broadway Musical

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Disney’s longest running Broadway production began mesmerizing audiences in April of 1994 where it played at the Palace Theater. In 1999 the production moved to the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre where it is still intriguing audiences with each performance. Beauty and the Beast is the perfect family show, and with each passing year a whole new generation discovers the magic of this timeless classic.

The production was adapted from the 1991 Academy Award-winning animated film. The story begins with Belle, a young, intelligent woman living in a small town with her father, but she longs for something more. As fate would have it, she meets the Beast who in reality is a young prince who was placed under a spell because he lacked compassion. If he can learn to love and be loved the spell will be broken and he will be transformed to his former self. Unfortunately, time is running out and if he doesn’t learn his lesson soon he will be forced to live the rest of his days as a beast alone and unloved.

In 1994 the production was nominated for nine Tony Awards, but only took home one for Best Costume Design. The delightful score was written by Alan Menken, who also wrote the music for the film, and the lyrics were by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice. The musical features several songs from the film including the opening number, “Belle,” and the unforgettable title song. The show also offers a few new songs that certainly rival the original music including “Home” and a beautiful yet pain-filled “If I Can’t Love Her” performed by the Beast.

The characters are very entertaining and of course no love story would be complete without a villain. Beauty and the Beast is no exception, and that role would be Gaston, a self-absorbed, conceited hunter who plans to marry Belle with or without her consent. Donny Osmond is currently in the role of Gaston and will continue until December 24, 2006. Osmond is best known for being one half of the loving 1970’s duo of Donnie and Marie. This production also stars Sarah Uriarte Berry as Belle. Berry reprises her role ten years after making her Broadway debut as Belle. Since leaving the show the first time she has had success in several other productions including Les Miserable where she played Eponine.

The show has dazzling magic and special effects, elaborate sets, astonishing costumes and amazing musical numbers. This production is a true Broadway show that will not disappoint. The audience can also relate to the story because ultimately it is about people who are facing difficult choices and uncertain futures. It is an enchanting love story that defies the test of time. Beauty and the Beast has the princess, the prince and the happily ever after that we are all searching for. It is good family entertainment, and that is what keeps it going strong almost twelve years after opening.

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Show Times

Tue - Thu at 7pm
Fri - Sat at 8pm
Sun at 7:30pm
Sat & Sun at 2pm


Take the 1, 2, 3 trains to 42nd Street. Head north on Broadway to 46th Street, then head west to the theatre.


Ashley Brown
Steve Blanchard
Grant Norman
Alma Cuervo
Peter Flynn
Jeff Brooks
Jamie Ross
Pam Klinger
Aldrin Gonzalez
Mary Stout
Trevor Braun
Alexander Scheitinger


Alan Menken

Howard Ashman and Tim Rice

Linda Woolverton

Robert Jess Roth

Matt West

Stanley A. Meyer

Natasha Katz

Ann Hould-Ward

Jonathan Deans

Rick Sordelet

David H. Lawrence

Jim Steinmeyer & John Gaughan

Danny Troob

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