I may be in my mid-30’s… but I felt like a little girl, again, while watching Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” on the big stage at the Peoria Civic Center Saturday night. I have wanted to see this Broadway show forever… since “Beauty and the Beast” is my FAVORITE Disney movie.
KALAMAZOO — The tale may be as old as time, but it’s been just under 16 years since Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” opened on Broadway, where it ran for more than 5,000 performances before closing in 2007.
Good news for Broadway houses around the country: The "Beauty and the Beast" tour that's coming your way is a winner, a tight, handsome show with at least one spectacular dance number and a knockout voice.
Providence — Be warned. You will go home singing “No one shoots like Gaston” and/or “Be our guest.” And when you get home, regardless of your coordination (or uncoordination) level, you may also find yourself dancing a few steps.
The brand-new touring production of the Broadway smash hit Beauty and the Beast has its roots in the 1991 animated feature of the same name.
When director Rob Roth signed on to the tour of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” opening Tuesday at the Providence Performing Arts Center, he had one wish: assemble once again the creative dream-team that put together the original Broadway production.
If you think you've seen "Disney's Beauty and the Beast," it may be time to take another look. The touring stage production that comes to town Feb. 20-21 has been "reinvented from head to toe," choreographer Matt West said recently by phone from New York City.
Coaxing the gentle side of an irascible beast to the fore with love is the enduring romantic triumph in the tale “Beauty and the Beast.”
Providence — “Disney’s Beauty And The Beast,” the award-winning worldwide smash hit Broadway musical, will launch its National Tour at the Providence Performing Arts Center, Feb. 9 to 14, as part of the Inskip Lexus Contemporary Classics Series.