Lion King South Bend IN Tickets
Tony Award winning "Best Musical" is coming to the Morris Performing Arts Center from March 4 till 22, 2020. Lion King South Bend IN tickets should be on your must buy list, especially if you haven't seen the musical before. A vibrant stage adaptation, The Lion King musical took the audience by storm with its first run back in 1997. Since then the musical has remained on stage all over all the US, seen various Broadway revivals and has also been to international venues. Directed by Julie Taymor, The Lion King is mostly lauded for its spellbinding visuals and the credit for this also goes to Taymor who designed the costumes and puppets. The story of Simba is ready to delight you once again, so make sure you get your tickets in time for the limited run.
Reasons to Buy Lion King South Bend IN Tickets
One of the most successful Broadway productions of all time, The Lion King continues to rule the hearts of its audience. Generations come to see this musical masterpiece based on the award-winning Disney animated movie of the same name.
The timeless tale of King Mufasa and Simba never gets old. The importance of family, bravery and kindness is beautifully highlighted in this endearing story. As the curtain rises, the whole Serengeti comes to life and life-sized puppets even walk among the audience and make their way to the stage. Through brilliant execution by Julie Taymor and choreographer Garth Fagan, birds swoop, gazelles hop and giraffes strut. Vibrant animal life and colorful costumes light up the entire arena as the Pride Lands welcome their new heir, Simba.
Elton John and Tim Rice's score neatly ties up this phenomenal show as "Circle of Life" and "Can't You Feel the Love Tonight" breathe life into the characters. The audience – both young and old, can't help but join in the singing and the entire venue gets pumped up when the upbeat tracks "Hakuna Matata" and "I Can't Wait to be a King" are performed.
The Lion King is a visual and audio treat, and it will leave you thoroughly entertained. Make sure you watch the musical with your family when it comes to your town in March.