Disney's Hit Musical Beauty and the Beast Comes to Washington, D.C.
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From the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning creators of Next to Normal and starring Tony Award winner Idina Menzel (Wicked) in her much-anticipated return to the stage, If/Then is now in its final performances in DC before heading to Broadway. This engaging musical tells the story of Elizabeth, who moves back to New York in search of a fresh start. Elizabeth attempts to plan out every detail so her new life can be perfect, but unexpected choices and random events impact her world in ways she never thought possible. Menzel will be joined in the show's cast by her original Rent co-star Anthony Rapp and fellow Tony Award winner LaChanze. Learn More
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This is definitely a must see. The set designs are cheery and uplifting.
The songs are wonderful and the actors are fabulous. People of all ages will enjoy this musical.
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Always fun to see a Disney production. Especially if it evokes childhood memories - even our children's childhood. This production was great. Our seats were the best for us. I am always amazed at what good seats GoldStar manages to get for us.
The Beast: Dane Agostinis
Belle: Emily Behny
Madame de la Grande Bouche: Jen Bechter
Gaston: Logan Denninghoff
Lumiere: Michael Haller
Mrs. Potts: Julia Louise Hosack
David Baur, Jeff Brooks, Carly Casey, Brittany Conigatti, Lars Valdor Haglund, Chandon Jones, Noah Jones, Andrew Kruep, Benjamin Lovell, Benjamin Lynch, Taylor Hilt Mitchell, Sarah Rolleston, Sarah Claire Smith, Chris Spencer, Mandy Striph, Michael Whitney.
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