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King Kong New York Tickets
King Kong New York Tickets
Based on the classic 1933 film, King Kong is a musical extravaganza that revolves around the adventures of a down-and-out film director named Carl Denham, first mate Jack Driscoll and a struggling actress named Ann Darrow. Searching for his next great spectacle, Denham hatches a plan to film his movie on an exotic and remote island known as Skull Island, where an ancient and untamed creature resides. You can catch the spectacle for yourself on Broadway.
The Eighth Wonder of the World
King Kong began life as an Australian production, taking around five years to go from an idea to the stage. Marius de Vries, who has worked on Moulin Rouge!, Romeo and Juliet and later La La Land, composed the music for the play, while playwright Craig Lucas wrote the book and lyrics. The centerpiece of the musical, however, is a 20-foot-tall animatronic gorilla created by Creature Technology Company. The one-ton beast features 985 feet of electrical cable and 1,500 connections, requiring a large team to control its lifelike movements. King Kong made its worldwide debut at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne, Australia, June 15, 2013, and closed after nine months. To adapt the musical for Broadway, Jack Thorne, who won the 2018 Tony Award for Best Play with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, made major modifications to the book and lyrics. The resulting musical made its New York premiere at the Broadway Theatre Nov. 8, 2018, and then closed Aug. 18 of the following year. The original Broadway production received three Tony Award nominations for Best Scenic Design of a Musical, Best Lighting Design of a Musical and Best Sound Design of a Musical. Sonny Tilders and Creature Technology Company won a Special Tony Award for their work on the animatronic character.
Where can I buy King Kong New York tickets?
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Where is King Kong being performed?
There are currently no plans to stage King Kong in New York.
Who is part of the King Kong New York cast?
The Broadway cast consists of Christiani Pitts as Ann Darrow, Eric William Morris as Carl Denham and Erik Lochtefeld as Lumpy. The musical also includes an assortment of minor roles throughout the story.
What are the musical numbers of King Kong?
The Broadway show features a different song list compared to the original Melbourne show. The musical numbers of the first act include "Prologue," "Dance My Way to the Light," "Queen of New York," "Building the Boat/Setting Sail," "Cabin Soliloquy," "Pressure Up," "The Mutiny," "Skull Island," "The Ascent," "The World," "The Cobra Fight," "Full Moon Lullaby/Shine," "The Descent" and "Kong’s Capture." The music from the second act includes "Entr’acte: The Voyager Returns," "It’s Man," "The Wild and Perilous Sea," "Last of Our Kind," "Scream for the Money," "Broadway Nightmare," "NYC Chase," "Empire Ascent," "Air War" and "The Wonder."
What should I expect from a King Kong performance?
King Kong is one of Broadway’s largest spectacles. Given the complexity of the technology involved in Kong's elaborate movements (for example, the fight with the cobra or the climbing of the Empire State Building), there are few musicals like it on the stage. Attendees are encouraged to clap, cheer and laugh along with the story. The running time for King Kong is approximately two hours and 30 minutes with a single intermission between the first and second acts.
Which musicals are similar to King Kong?
If you enjoy the animatronic spectacle of King Kong, then you might want to check out another musical with a horror twist: Little Shop of Horrors.Back to Top