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OK, I didn't see any MiceChatters there, but I had a terrific time. The show was spectacular and I got to meet members of the cast after the show. From my blog:
Las Vegas audiences are hard to figure when it comes to Broadway shows. What plays well back east and on national tours offers no guarantee of success on the Strip. While "Phantom" and "Mamma Mia" have done well here, "Spamalot," "Hairspray," and "Avenue Q," ehhh, not so much.
So, the question is, how will Disney do in Vegas? Family values meets adult excess, can it really work?
After seeing "The Lion King" last night at Mandalay Bay, my answer is a resounding "YES."
"The Lion King" opened in Las Vegas last month to the same glowing reviews it's received since debuting on Broadway over ten years ago. A spectacle of sight and sound, it's the perfect fit for Vegas show goers accustomed to the sensory overload of Cirque du Soleil or Blue Man Group, but with a lot more emotion and heart. Judging from the enthusiastic, near-capacity crowd I was in, "The Lion King" may just have a bright and lengthy future ahead of it.