Lion King Des Moines Tickets
Considered as one of the most popular productions to ever hit Broadway, Lion King is a musical phenomenon that has been experienced by more than seventy-five million people around the world. The musical has garnered great fame in the world of theater, after having played at various locations around the globe. The New York Times has favorably declared “there is simply nothing else like it”. A Disney musical, Lion King features the Oscar-winning track “Can You Feel The Love Tonight”. The play also has several Tony and Drama Desk Awards to its credit including a “Best Musical” award.
The Lion King musical premiered on Broadway in 1997 and has since become the fourth longest running show in Broadway history. The musical boasts a notable creative team including the award winning director Julie Taymor and acclaimed music composers Elton John and Tim Rice.
For her work with the Lion King musical, Julie became the first woman in Broadway history to receive the Tony Award for “Best Director of a Musical”. The Lion King also won the Tony Awards for “Best Scenic Design”, “Best Costume Design” and “Best Lighting Design of a Musical”.
Lion King is a stunning theatrical show set against the backdrop of the Serengati Plains and the rhythms of Africa. An explosion of colors, effects and captivating music; the play tells the story of the lion Simba and his quest to fulfill his destiny.
Besides reviews on New York Times, other media sources have also been gushing about the hit musical. Good Morning America has proclaimed it the most exciting and inventive play to come to Broadway. Time calls it “awe-inspiring” while NY1 News has called it “stunningly inventive”.
The Lion King has received critical acclaim for the enchanting visual spectacle it presents. The play is a treat for theater goers with its vibrant display of exotic African wildlife. Lion King Des Moines tickets are just the thing for you and your family if you are a fan of theater. Lion King is a tale of adventure, love and redemption that theater audiences should not miss.