You might not consider Spokane, Washington, to be a jungle, but for the next month, it will be transformed into one. The First Interstate Center for the Arts is hosting a month-long run of performances of The Lion King musical.
As arguably the most well-known screen-to-stage adaptation of a Disney story, The Lion King live-action musical production has entertained more than 90 million theater-attendees around the world since it first debuted in Minnesota in 1997, followed immediately by a smashing Broadway opening and worldwide tour that has ran for over 20 years.
This Tony Award-winning musical features a stunning creative design that utilizes cultural outfits and puppetry to create an immersive retelling of the beloved animated classic. You’ll hear your favorite songs from the original movie alongside a couple new ones composed specifically for the stage production.
Whether you have children or not, you owe it to yourself to see The Lion King in Spokane when it’s in town. Performances have already begun and will continue until the show closes here on Feb. 3 and moves on to another town. Tickets are available on the INB website.
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