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'The Lion KIng' Celebrates 10th Anniversary on Broadway 11/11/07


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  • 'The Lion KIng' Celebrates 10th Anniversary on Broadway 11/11/07

    Disney's 'The Lion King' Celebrates 10th Anniversary
    on Broadway Sunday, November 11

    NEW YORK, Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Disney's THE LION KING celebrates its 10th Anniversary on Broadway Sunday, November 11 with a gala performance at the Minskoff Theatre. Since its Broadway opening on November 13, 1997 (preview performances began October 15, 1997), THE LION KING has been seen by 45 million people worldwide. In addition to New York City where the show has remained among the top 5 selling shows on Broadway for 10 years, the curtain of THE LION KING currently rises seven more times every night all over the world in London, Hamburg, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Paris, and two touring companies throughout the United States.

    "THE LION KING has touched lives all over the world, and we are thrilled to celebrate this milestone," said Thomas Schumacher, Producer, Disney Theatrical Group. "When my former producing partner, Peter Schneider and I first talked about bringing THE LION KING to the stage, we knew Julie Taymor was the only person for the job. Not only did Julie make THE LION KING a Broadway and theatrical phenomenon, she went on to make Broadway history herself as the first woman to ever win a Tony Award for directing a musical. Ten spectacular years later, THE LION KING continues to be a show we are so immensely proud of. Not only does it open the hearts and minds of everyone who sees it, it has had an enormous impact on the communities it reaches. Peter and I thank all the many, many people who have been associated with THE LION KING over the last decade and we look forward to many more years on Broadway and cities across the globe".

    BROADWAY November 13, 1997 -- THE LION KING opened on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theatre. Over seven million theatergoers have seen the Broadway production to date.

    BROADWAY June 1, 1998 -- THE LION KING receives six 1998 Tony(R) Awards including Best Musical. Director Julie Taymor became the first woman in Broadway history to win the Tony(R) Award for Best Director of a Musical.

    TOKYO December 20, 1998 -- THE LION KING opens its first international production in Tokyo at the Shiki Haru Theatre (Theatre de Printemps). It is currently the longest-running show in Tokyo history, seen by over 3 million people.

    LONDON October 19, 1999 -- THE LION KING opens in London at the Lyceum Theatre. There have been 3,400 performances over the last seven years to date. It has been seen by over 6.5 million people.

    BROADWAY February 24, 1999 -- THE LION KING receives the 1998 GRAMMY(R) Award for Best Musical Show Album. The album would go on to reach Platinum status (over 1 million albums sold).

    LOS ANGELES October 19, 2000 -- THE LION KING opens in Los Angeles at the Pantages Theatre. Initially scheduled for a nine month run, it was extended three times and played for 27 months, drawing more than 2 million people. THE LION KING remains the longest running production ever to play at the Pantages Theatre. In 2006, THE LION KING returned to the Pantages for another successful engagement.

    US TOURS April 27, 2002 -- THE LION KING kicks off its first national tour in Denver.

    US TOURS May 3, 2003 -- THE LION KING kicks off its second national tour in Chicago. Each domestic touring company of THE LION KING continues to sell out 7-10 markets a year and has been seen by more than 8 million people to date.

    BROADWAY June 13, 2006 -- THE LION KING moves the Broadway production from the New Amsterdam Theatre to the Minskoff Theatre in the heart of Times Square. The entire move took only 9 days.

    CHINA July 18, 2006 -- THE LION KING opens an English-language production in Shanghai. The limited engagement marked an historic event for THE LION KING, having played 101 performances at Shanghai's Grand Theatre. It became the longest-running Broadway show to be presented in Shanghai.

    JOHANNESBURG June 6, 2007 -- THE LION KING celebrates 10 triumphant years on Broadway with a special anniversary production in Johannesburg, South Africa, the cultural inspiration for the show. The South African production of THE LION KING is made up entirely of South African performers. Around the world, THE LION KING has featured nearly 100 South African actors in its productions.

    PARIS October 4, 2007 -- THE LION KING opens in France with 'Le Roi Lion,' its first French-language production at Le Mogador Theatre in Paris.

    BROADWAY November 13, 2007 -- THE LION KING celebrates 10 years on Broadway!
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: 'The Lion KIng' Celebrates 10th Anniversary on Broadway 11/11/07

    The show began previews in Minneapolis and it has returned to celebrate 10 years. Kind of fun to see that.

    It's too bad the tickets cost more for the back row of the balcony than it would be if I saw it on Broadway.


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