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Disney's Beauty And The Beast

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June 25 - July 3, 2025

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Why See Disney's Beauty And The Beast?

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Join Belle and the Beast for one of the great musicals of the modern era as it embarks on a national tour in 2025! Adapted from the classic Disney animation, Beauty and the Beast has been enjoyed by over 35 million people worldwide since its premiere in 1994. Featuring all the beloved songs from the original movie, including 'Be Our Guest' and the title track, the show includes additional numbers. The magic of Beauty and the Beast sets the standard by which all others must be judged!

The original Broadway team is reuniting! The creatives include the original composer Alan Menken, who wrote the film's score with the late Howard Ashman, musical theatre legend Tim Rice, book writer Linda Woolverton and director and choreographer Matt West. Stanley A. Meyer is doing scenic design, costumes by Ann Hould-Ward, lighting designer Natasha, and illusion signer Jim Steinmeyer.

What is Beauty and the Beast About?

Beauty and the Beast follows the fortunes of Belle, a smart and beautiful young woman living in a quiet village in France. She longs for a life less provincial and more like the adventures in the books she reads. When her father goes missing in the woods one day, Belle sets out to find him and happens upon an old castle in the heart of the forest. Inside dwells the Beast, a wild and savage creature who was once a young man but was cursed by an enchantress for his vanity and pride. Only by learning to love and be loved for what lies within, rather than exterior beauty, can the Beast reverse the spell.

Belle and the Beast strike up a tentative friendship, one that may well prove to be the Beast's salvation. But time is running out, and if the Beast does not learn his lesson quickly, he will be doomed for all eternity!

History of the show

The Walt Disney Company knew they were dealing with a magical tale when they released Beauty and the Beast in 1991. The movie was such a hit that it completely revived the ailing Disney animation department and went on to become the first animation to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Buoyed by its phenomenal success, Disney earmarked the story for its first-ever foray into Broadway. The Beauty and the Beast musical premiered on the Great White Way more than a decade ago, where it won a Tony and went on to become the eighth longest-running musical in Broadway history.

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Dates

Opening night: 25 June 2025

Audience

Beauty and the Beast is suitable for children of all ages.

Run time

2 hours and 30 minutes with one 15 minute intermission.

Cast and Creative

Cast

TBA 

Creative

Composed by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Time Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton
Original Producer - Disney Theatrical Productions
Direction and choreography by Matt West
Scenic Design by Stanley A.Meyer
Costumes by Ann Hould-Ward
Light Design by Natasha Katz
Illusion Design by Jim Steinmeyer
Arrangements by David Chase
Music supervision by Michael Kosarin 
Sound design by John Shivers
Video design by Darrel Maloney 
Hair and makeup by David H. Lawrence 
Orchestrations by Danny Troob 

Awards

1994 Tony Awards

Best Costume Design

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Sue M: “fantastic”

I saw Beauty & the Beast on Broadway (3x) and just loved it. took a 5... more

Paul Shapard: “WOW!!”

Best entertainment I have had in over 10 years! This was a fantastic production!!!... more

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