The 25-year evolution of Disney on Broadway

“Beauty and the Beast” was the first to take Disney to the Broadway stage in 1994, and since then their productions like “Frozen, and “The Lion King” have scored 20 Tony Awards and 60 nominations.

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29 thoughts on “The 25-year evolution of Disney on Broadway

  1. When Tarzan came on in the Netherlands, it was a major hit though. It ran for about two years and even changed some of the cast halfway through. That hardly happens here in the Netherlands, since we're such a small audience (and don't enjoy the tourist audiences that Broadway and West End have)

  2. "The Little Mermaid" was the first musical I saw on Broadway. I absolutely adore Ariel and the movie is one of my favorites. The show was visually stunning, and I loved the new song Ursula got to sing.

  3. Speaking as a performer, I hate the Disney Broadway shows. They try to make everything a copy of the movie – the sets and costumes all have to look like the movies, and all the actors have to sound exactly like the cast from the movies. A movie shouldn't become a play unless they can do something new and unique with it. That's the whole point of theater.

  4. Beauty and the Beast was the very first show I saw on Broadway and it was magical! I have seen many other Broadway shows, some very big productions, and I can still remember how awestruck I was at the Be Our Guest number. I am so excited for the revival!!!

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