“Beauty and the Beast” Musical is a Beaut to See

There is nothing more charming than the “tale as old as time” – except when it is all played out right before your eyes by a very believable make-believe cast, stunning effects, and inanimate objects somehow brought to life.

You’ll get that and more if you’re lucky enough to be able to see “Beauty and the Beast.” This dynamic show immediately dazzles you, as you watch a young handsome prince be completely transformed into an ugly, horrific beast. From there, audiences are immediately taken to a faraway land, full of villains and heroes, and little teapots and tables that come to life. Emily Behny does an outstanding job playing the part of Belle, and the audience hangs on every word in the very beginning of the play as Belle pleads for her father’s life. The story carries on from there, taking you from hit musical numbers such as “Be Our Guest,” to Belle’s softening of the ugly and crass Beast’s heart.

But you’ll get much more than just a stage adaption of the Disney film with this touring show.

Of course every great fairytale has a great moral, and everyone goes in knowing this one — it’s to see past one’s outward looks to see who a person (or a Beast) really is. But this show portrays that in more than just the song lyrics and the costumes. Each stage set consists of layers upon layers, so the audience must continually be looking through and at different things, in order to put the entire concept together.

Beauty and the Beast” isn’t just one of the greatest fairytales put to life — it’s a truly enchanted experience you’ll never forget! The second leg of the tour began on December 6 in Madison, Wisconsin and will continue until August 5, 2012, when the show will wrap in Clearwater, Florida. You can find a full listing of dates and venues and get your Beauty and the Beast tickets at StubPass.com

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