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I attended opening night at the Moran. I must say
WOW, extremely well put together in every aspect .
From a technical standpoint and the costumes are
amazing. Here’s to hoping that it’s not another 10
years until the show returns
This was the best musical I have ever seen! The costumes were phenomenal, the colors breathtaking and the music/singing was exceptional. This is the only time I've planned to go for and encore - this is definitely a must see!
Right from beginning to end we were mesmerized with the music and the outstanding characters involved in this production. Our seats (aisle) were fabulous. We saw this production at the Detroit Opera House on Thursday Feb.13, 2013..Would definately go again...Thank you to all involved in this spectacul production..
I viewed this show in NY a couple of years ago and was totally amazed of the imagery and choreography. It's easy to get yourself involved in the story as if you're right there amongst the animals. Truly a must see production for the whole family!
I saw the Lion King in Houston. It was the best, live production that has ever been performed. I loved it and I am taking my 17y/o grandson to witness the experience. It was powerful, brought me to tears and it gave me goose bumps. The production was spectaular and I don't know that any live production can match it and certainly cannot top it.
I just saw the show on 3/25 night and I was amazed! I try to make sure I see this show
whenever I see it playing so this is my 3rd time and these actors did not disappoint.
The monkey Rafiki way down to the little lion cub Nala I was mesmerized! Where do
they find these kids! Definitely take your kids to see but also it's great for adults as
Mom and I saw the Lion King live for the first time ever and we are so glad we did. Everything was spot on as far as acting, visual affects, and costumes were super cool. Also, the woman that played Rifiki had such a strong, beautiful singing voice.
I saw this play a few years ago on Broadway, and this is one of the best plays
ever. I've been planning a trip to New York just to take my mom to see the play,
and I'm happy it's in Chicago so my family can go together. I love The Lion King
Saw this production on Broadway earlier this month. I have end stage cancer and this was
on my bucket list. My daughter treated me to a trip to NYC, and this was the number one
thing I wanted to do. I have seen many Broadway shows at other venues over the years, but
I can't remember ever enjoying one as much as I enjoyed this. Awesome from start to finish.
It's coming to Dallas in June and I'm determined to stay alive to be able to experience it
again! I loved it!!!
I saw The Lion King at the Fox in St. Louis and
was blown away. I have to admit that when I
first saw footage way back in the 90’s of some
of the animals and costumes, I just didn’t get it.
I am so glad I came around and decided to give
it a chance with an open mind.
My oldest grandaughter decided not to see the
show with us because of some issues she has
with people in costume. I would love to bring
her to Kansas City for a chance to experience
the wonder of it.
Breathtaking and awe inspiring!!
I can’t recommend it highly enough!!
Bought tickets for our son and his wife. They loved it. Only really bad downside? The people
behind them critiqued the show, loudly, against the movie. Where were the ushers? We
attended last friday, and hoped they would be as thrilled as we were. It was a totally
awesome performance..music, sets, costumes and enthusiasm ! Maybe a reminder? Or
closer watch on detractorsI? I was disappointed for them.
I SAW THIS AT THE DETROIT OPERA HOUSE ON MAR 3 2013
AND I MUST SAY THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH ADJECTIVES TO TRULY JUSTIFY THIS PERFORMANCE. THE ACTORS, THE COSTUMES, THE PERFORMANCE, THE STAGE PRESENCE, JUST TO NAME A FEW WERE BEYOND SPECTACULAR. I WAS TRANSFORMED TO A CHILD AGAIN...THE COLORS, THE MUSIC, NOTHING WAS LEFT TO CHANCE...ALL ABOVE AND BEYOND...THANK YOU CAST AND CREW GREAT JOB...A MAGICAL EXPERIENCE
Not an anonymous review. We bought tickets for our son and his wife for last night. ( May
24th ). We saw the performance last friday and were totally thrilled with it. The sets, the
performers, the music and costumes. The Enthusiasm was contagious...even the conductor
was singing! Our son and his wife loved the show too. The downside? The loud people behind
them, complaining loudly, everytime the performance didn't match the movie! REALLY?
Where were the ushers? Maybe a reminder (which shouldn't be needed) to respect other
theater goers? I was really disappointed for them. My son did finally lose patience, and got
them quiet...but...it wasn't his job.
Eric Honeybear Garcia from Albuquerque, New Mexico
My wife went to see this show last year on Broadway and when we had the oppurtunity to see it here she said we had to go. I was glad she recommended this and made me go see it. Great audience engagement and visually stunning costumes.
What a fantastic show! The costumes were incredible the way they can turn a person into an animal and you hardly notice. Stage movements, singing, props, traditional african aspects...loved it all! My
one and only negative: the new songs. There is much to be said in that you can tell they are just for costume changes. The hyenas do not need a 5 minute song about how theyre about to eat simba. Weve
seen the movie, we know the lines off by heart, and it threw me off, personally, to hear something new.
MEDIOCRE PERFORMANCE IF YOU'VE SEEN PAST PERFORMANCES
This is one my all time favorite broadway
shows. I've seen it four times over the past
decade in London, New York and Atlanta and
this being the second time in Atlanta.
If the four this was the worst! The dancers
were out of sync at times, the singers were
mediocre with no powerful performances or
voices and the one of the hyenas showed
through her own voice like sitting at a bar
rather than getting into the character and voice
of the animal. It's almost like they picked up a
bunch of amateurs to play the roles. The sets
while better than past performances were left
disappointing by a woeful lack of experienced
artful actors who literally pranced around with
them because it was their "job".
In all if you've never seen this show I would say
go for it and enjoy it like most of the crowd.
However if you've seen this show before or
have high standards from your broadway
performances then stay away or it may run
your love for this beautiful masterpiece which
seems to have run its time.
I have seen musical productions in New York and Baltimore. I can only say that as a musical, this wasn't well executed. Garbuled words, limited range vocals, with the exception of the witch doctor, and
poor acting , child actor especially. Felt like I was watching production with all the understudies. Not impressed at all. Stage too crowded and dancing erratic and very little synchronization when it was
called for. Some comic relief toward end, otherwise a boring event.
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