Following in the footsteps of Beauty and The Beast and The Lion King, Disney will close a successful themepark attraction only to have a new version open up on Broadway later. This time it’s Tarzan, not-so creatively titled, Disney Presents Tarzan. Phil Collins is writing several additional songs. The play was workshopped early last year and, one assumes, has undergone plenty of revisions since then. This is Bob Crowley’s directorial debut on Broadway.
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