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The Lion King Little Rock TicketsThe Lion King musical is one of the most iconic productions in Broadway's history. Since this show debuted on Broadway in 1997, over 700 Broadway productions have opened and closed. The reasons for its longevity may lie in the show's costume design, set design, musical arrangement or a host of other possible reasons. In any event, it is one of the most successful shows in the history of entertainment media. Its success earned the production a national tour. The Lion King tour began in 2002 and has brought the wonder and spectacle of the show to fans throughout the continent.
He Lives in YouThe Lion King story begins with the birth of King Mufasa's son, Simba. All of the animals of the kingdom assemble at Pride Rock to see the new successor to the throne. Simba tags along with his father and learns everything he needs to be a good king one day. When Mufasa's brother, Scar, gets the King alone, he murders him and convinces Simba that it was his fault. Simba then runs away to exile himself in shame. While away, Simba makes friends with Timon the meerkat and Pumbaa the warthog, who teach Simba a lot about life and friendship. Meanwhile, back in his kingdom, the animals are suffering under Scar's reign of terror. After King Scar tries to get Simba's childhood love, Nala, to marry him, she runs away to find Simba.
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Does the musical contain songs from the movie?The Lion King Broadway production contains all the songs from the movie as well as more than 10 songs that were written especially for the musical. These songs include "They Live in You," "Shadowland," "Rafiki Mourns," "Simba Confronts Scar," "Endless Night" and more.
What are the other differences between the movie and The Lion King tour production?In addition to the extra songs, there are two main differences between The Lion King tour production and the movie version. One difference is that the musical adds scenes that were not present in the movie. These include one in which Timon almost drowns in a stream, one in which Zazu and Mufasa speak about parenting, and one in which Nala leaves to find Simba after Scar tries to make her his queen. Another difference is that Rafiki, who is male in the movie, is female in the Broadway production. Director Julie Taymor has said she made this change because she thought the story needed a strong female character.
Are the sets the same for the Broadway production as they are for the tour?The show features sets that look very simple and empty for the majority of the performance. However, the sets for The Lion King tour actually take a lot of equipment and much effort to make them look like the plains of Africa. This show, unlike many Broadway touring productions, typically looks almost identical to the Broadway version from the audience's point of view.
Where can you see The Lion King in Little Rock?When the Lion King tour comes to Little Rock, you can see it at the Robinson Center Music Hall.
What is the appropriate age to see The Lion King?The show is recommended for children 8 and older. While its content is family-friendly, the running time is approximately two hours and 30 minutes, so children under 8 may have difficulty paying attention to the entire show.
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