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No smoking in the theatre; patrons may go outside during intermission. No food, drinks, cameras, cell phones, or recording devices. Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate time during the show at the theatre managements discretion. D Kelly

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Experience the phenomenon of Disney’s THE LION KING coming to the LA Pantages Theater from November 20, 2013 - January 12, 2014. We phyiscally stock Lion King Tickets for all preformances and have No Service Charges or Hidden Fees on any tickets. The Lion King is recommended for a general audience. Disney recommends ages 6 and up. Everyone must have a ticket. Babes in arms are not allowed in the theatre.

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The Lion King runs 2hrs, 30min (1 intermission)


Differences Between The Lion King Film and Musical
Disney's The Lion King was one of the most successful Disney films of the 20th century. It even inspired a Broadway musical with numerous international productions, including very successful runs in Japan, the United Kingdom, France, Canada, Australia, China and South Africa. But how different is the immensely popular musical from the immensely popular film? Let's take a closer look at two of the major differences between the show as it premiered in 1997 and the film, which was released in 1994.

Perhaps the biggest difference between the musical and the film which inspired it is the character of Rafiki, the hermit who holds the baby Simba high in his iconic pose above Pride Rock in the film's opening musical sequence. In the film, the character is male; in the musical, however, Rafiki has been changed to a female character. The producers of the show, when asked about this change in interviews, stated that they believe the original film lacked a central, strong female role-hence why Rafiki, who appears throughout the show, was given a gender switch.

The second noticeable difference between the musical and the film has been once which has raised the eyebrows of more than a few parents. In the film, the villain character of Scar is shown as being so power hungry and uncaring that he allows the natural circle of life to become off balance, leading to a famine. This in turn leads Simba's childhood friend, Nala, to flee their pride in search of help. In the musical, the reason for Nala's flight is much darker: Scar, who begins to lose his mind in a song aptly titled "The Madness of King Scar," decides that he wants to make Nala his queen, and assaults her. She runs from him, and decides it is finally time to seek help from someone outside her pride. This change has been the cause of some criticism from parents, who believe it is far too adult for a musical aimed at children. However, this particular scene was actually inspired by an early concept for the original film, which was deleted for length and content purposes.

These are just two of the most significant differences between the original Broadway musical and the 1994 film. Other changes, such as small tweaks to characterization, added dialogue, and instrumental music are also present in the show. By: D Kelly.

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Winner of 35 major awards including the Grammy Award and three Tony Awards, WICKED is the untold story of the witches of Oz. Long before Dorothy drops in, two other girls meet in the land of Oz. One, born with emerald-green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. WICKED tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, how these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good.

Declared "The Best Musical of the Decade" by Entertainment Weekly and "A Cultural Phenomenon" by Variety, WICKED is based on the novel by Gregory Maguire, has music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, and a book by Winnie Holzman. The production is directed by Joe Mantello with musical staging by Wayne Cilento. WICKED is produced by Marc Platt, Universal Pictures, The Araca Group, Jon B. Platt and David Stone.

Come watch this exciting story unfold as we learn that the Wicked Witch of the West wasn't always so Wicked! Contact us for your Pantages Theater Wicked Tickets today!


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