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Tarzan is starting a tour that begins in Atlanta in January 2009. As of now, they have booked 10 stops. Disney said that they are "revamping" it, so it will be interesting to see a show that didn't do well on Broadway, becoming a revamped tour.


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Interesting as in, "Oh, look at that all-green set!"
Or interesting as in, "It still sucks."


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They'll probably start a UK Tour.

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Or a Europe tour. Tarzan has opened 2 European productions, in Sweden and Holland, within the last year and a production is scheduled for Germany in October.

I meant interesting, as in "Wow. A show that sucked badly is getting revamped. I wonder if they'll clean it up a bit". That kind of interesting.


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I can't imagine why people would watch this tour. The premise is based on one of the most boring Disney movies ever.


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Apparently no one will now.

http://www.mercurynews.com/columns/ci_1 ... ck_check=1

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Oh yeah I heard about this. Should I even attempt to get tickets? If I go it'll just be to quench my Disney thirst (weird metaphor).

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mastachen wrote:
The premise is based on one of the most boring Disney movies ever.


Hardly. It may not be top-tier Disney and it may be flawed, but it isn't at the bottom of the barrel either.

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Disney-Bway27 wrote:
Oh yeah I heard about this. Should I even attempt to get tickets? If I go it'll just be to quench my Disney thirst (weird metaphor).


It won't even quench your Disney thirst. It's not very Disney-ish at all.


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Luc wrote:
Disney-Bway27 wrote:
Oh yeah I heard about this. Should I even attempt to get tickets? If I go it'll just be to quench my Disney thirst (weird metaphor).


It won't even quench your Disney thirst. It's not very Disney-ish at all.


Yeah... it doesn't have the magic that Disney should have.

Although, the score is very Disney and is the only good thing about the show IMO.

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Luc wrote:
Disney-Bway27 wrote:
Oh yeah I heard about this. Should I even attempt to get tickets? If I go it'll just be to quench my Disney thirst (weird metaphor).


It won't even quench your Disney thirst. It's not very Disney-ish at all.


Yeah... it doesn't have the magic that Disney should have.

Although, the score is very Disney and is the only good thing about the show IMO.


Yeah I have a couple of the songs on my iPod and I really like them, but once I saw a bootleg of the spider scene...
Wow. Let's just say I would be laughing at an inappropriate moment were I in the audience.

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...which is why the cut the spider scene. But I see what you're saying.


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