Disney on Broadway Brings the Magic to Life on Stage
Since 1994, Disney on Broadway musicals have entertained audiences of all ages
There are few words in the English language that bring a universal smile to the faces of kids of all ages than Disney. Whether you’re talking about Disneyland, Disney World or the magical Disney movies and the beloved characters who star in them, Disney has entertained people all over the world for many years.
That joyful Disney tradition continues on Broadway in New York City. From “The Lion King” to “Frozen,” these award-winning musicals are a great way to introduce student groups to the magic of live theater.
To make the most of your visit, Disney Theatrical Group Sales can customize a program designed to satisfy your group’s unique needs while in New York City. Disney Theatrical Sales is your
direct connection to book group tickets for Disney experiences on Broadway and across the country.
The Lion King has been performing on Broadway, finding its home at Minskoff Theater since it opened in 1997. Photo by Matthew Murphy ©Disney
Experience the show of a lifetime with “The Lion King,” which is celebrating 25 years on Broadway. The blending of Broadway-style songs and staging with African rhythm, dance and voices has contributed to the musical’s 70 major theater awards and its international popularity.
Discover Broadway’s biggest party with “Aladdin,” which has transformed the New Amsterdam Theater into the streets of Agrabah. With more than 84 separate special effects featured throughout the musical adaptation, there is no shortage of the magic and spectacle, which has made the movie a beloved classic.
In its Broadway production, Aladdin’s original inspiration from jazz legends of the early 1900s is more evident than ever in the live renditions of “Prince Ali”, “One Jump Ahead” and “Friend like Me.” ©Photo by Matthew Murphy ©Disney
Then there’s “Frozen,” exclusively on tour which has taken its record-breaking movie to the stage with songs that reach deeper into the characters to make the musical adaptation relatable to a wider audience.
Disney Theatrical Sales relaunched their Broadway workshops allowing groups to explore movement and music. Educators can bring the magic into their classrooms before their trips with special study guides and classroom materials. And beyond New York City groups can experience the Disney hit musicals direct from Broadway, including “Aladdin,” “The Lion King” and “Frozen,” which will be visiting over 60 cities in the next year.