There are shows that have very long shelf lives. Typically, their lasting appeal is attributed to quality and audience demand. Those enduring traits can be said of these three shows that have stood the test of time.
Aladdin’s music was written by 8-time Oscar winner, Alan Menken, including “A Whole New World, which won the Oscar for Best Original Score.
Harry Potter offers talkbacks for select performances. Groups can get a behind the scenes perspective on how the story came to life on stage – directly from the cast and crew. Also, Harry Potter has an incredible study guide that can be downloaded from our website. Click here to find it in our Study Guide section of the Resources page.
Wicked is seen by more people each week than any other show on Broadway. And their “Behind the Emerald Curtain” is back offering a detailed look at the inner workings of Wicked during a 90-minute experience led by Wicked’s own cast members.