Disney's Beloved The Jungle Book Comes To Life With Young Performers
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The last date listed for Disney's The Jungle Book was Sunday November 19, 2006 / 5:00pm.
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Disney’s _The Jungle Book _brings all the favorite characters and songs to life in Disney’s stage adaptation of its familiar animated hit. Audiences of all ages will be swinging through the jungle as they follow Baloo, Mowgli, King Louie and the gang through their many harrowing adventures. This musical adaptation promises grand production numbers danced to favorite Disney tunes including “The Bare Necessities,” and “I Wan’na Be Like You”!
Disney’s The Jungle Book is directed by CMT director Karen Altree Piemme and choreographed by CMT Alum Lauren Ivie. “This production has been such a joy to work on and I’m so proud of how dedicated all the performers are” says Piemme of the 120 young 8-13 year old performers participating in the production. “This stage version of the beloved animated classic features not only the characters we love and remember so well, but rich roles for the ensemble that provide personality to the very jungle itself. It’s exciting to see the jungle come alive!”
About the Ticket Supplier: Children's Musical Theater San Jose
Children’s Musical Theater San Jose is a leader in the world of youth theater companies, renowned for its innovative spirit in every area of programming.
CMT is committed to providing excellent, accessible musical theater training and youth theater performances for young audiences, families and the entire Silicon Valley region. CMTSJ has 3 age groups:
1) The Marquee productions (age 19+) has become a CMT tradition and highlights CMT’s full artistic potential with high-caliber entertainment that benefits the organization and the community
2) Mainstage Productions (featuring high school and college age performers) has made a name for itself within the local arts scene as well as on a national level with unprecedented recognition
3) Rising Stars productions inspire younger performers, ages 6-14 and their families to develop their passion for musical theater.