Disneys Beauty And The Beast Kansas City Tickets
A stunning musical from arguably the biggest entertainment organization in the world is about to make its way to Kansas for its most recent performance. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Kansas City MO promises to be another special addition in the play’s legacy. The musical made its way to the stage for the first time two decades ago and has since gone on to captivate millions of theater fans all around the globe. It has grossed well over one and a half billion dollars from its performances in a whopping one hundred and fifteen different cities worldwide. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Kansas City MO tickets sales are all set to add to these impressive figures on their way to solidifying the musical’s status as one of the best of its kind.
To experience the awe-inspiring spectacle in your city, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Kansas City MO tickets are available. Joint production of Theatre Under The Stars and Disney Theatricals, Beauty and the Beast premiered at the Music Hall in Houston, Texas. The show ran from November 28, 1993 through to December 26, 1993. Adapted from an early 90s movie of the same name, the story of Beauty and the Beast is about a prince transforming into a gruesome beast as a consequence of his selfish and cruel acts. His only option to be human again is to get the love of Belle who is imprisoned in Beast’s castle.
On Broadway, the musical has been performed 5,461 times between the period of 1994 to 2007 making it Broadway's eighth longest-running production in history. The show has grossed over $1.4 billion worldwide playing in fourteen countries and 116 cities according to Disney. Beauty and the Beast come with music given by Alan Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice and Howard Ashman.
US national tours include the first from November 15, 1995 to 1999. Second national tour opened in 1999 and closed in 2003. The third national tour opened in 2001 and closed in 2003. The fourth national tour of Beauty and the Beast opened in Providence, Rhode Island in February 2010. Over the years, the original Broadway production has been nominated for several performances and categories in award functions like Tony Awards, Drama Desk Award and Laurence Olivier Awards. This upcoming show is also a part of a tour and will be as amazing as any other.