derous creature and mystical spells (cast by a fairy) lends itself to percussion, the specialty of the composer Michael Sgouros. This musical “Beauty and the Beast” offers a twist you’ll never find in Disney. – the New York Times
Literally Alive! Family Theatre’s production is unlike any version you’ve seen — based on the original story that the world has come to love. Go with Beauty as she finds her own adventure and learns what true love is … in the most unlikely of places. Magic and live music makes this an exciting outing for your whole family!
Special New York Jewish Parenting Guide Code: JPG241
Ticket link: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/1095054/prm/JPG241
Beauty and the Beast: The Musical
When: February 26th through April 10th
(Saturdays: 3pm* and 7pm; Sundays: at 11am* and 2pm*)
*Arrive an hour before our matinees for our Pre-show Family Experience with mask making and a chance to meet the cast and creative team! (No workshop Saturdays before the 7pm show)
Where: The Players Theatre
115 MacDougal Street (Easily accessible from A, C, E, B, D, F & M trains)
Guaranteed to thrill and warm the hearts of children ages 3 to 103. In the heart of the West Village on historic MacDougal Street, the whole day will feel like an adventure. There are also many charming(and affordable!) places to eat there before or after the show!
More about the show:
There once was a young girl named Beauty who didn't seem to fit in. What she wanted was adventure and that's just what she found. In order to settle her father's debt, she goes to live in a magical castle with a mysterious beast. What she discovers is her true self, friendship and the meaning of love. This adaptation, based on the original book by Jeanne-Marie LePrince de Beaumont, is filled with charming musical numbers, delightful dancing, endearing and amusing characters, wonder and magic.
FOR TICKETS OR MORE INFO: LiterallyAlive.com or at the box office which opens daily at 11a.m.