The Jungle Book To Celebrate 100th Performance Tuesday, October 8

by:  Rebecca Curtiss at 10/08/2013

(BOSTON) — The Huntington Theatre Company's production of The Jungle Book will play its 100th performance on Tuesday, October 8 at 7:30pm. The Jungle Book is produced in association with Chicago's Goodman Theatre where the run began on Friday, June 21 and was extended by popular demand through August 18. The Boston run began Friday, September 7, has been extended twice by popular demand, and continues through Sunday, October 20. The Jungle Book is produced by special arrangement with Disney Theatrical Productions.

The company will mark the occasion onstage pre-show with a toast and Jungle-themed cake. Photos of the celebration will be available Wednesday morning at huntingtontheatre.org/junglebook-100-pers.

On Saturday, September 28, The Jungle Book became the most successul production in the company's 31-year history, grossing $1,729,309 to date with two full weeks remaining in its run. It surpassed the Huntington's 2003 production ofButley starring Tony Award-winner Nathan Lane, the previous record-holder at $1,576,699.

Great seats, especially for weeknight performances, are still available for The Jungle Book through October 20. See ticket information below. The new musical production wholly reimagined for the stage by Tony Award winner Mary Zimmerman (Candide) is based on Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling's 1893 collection of stories set in the Indian jungle and Walt Disney's 1967 animated film.

 

ABOUT THE JUNGLE BOOK

Tickets are still available for The Jungle Book, which has been extended twice due to popular demand and must close October 20. The new musical production wholly reimagined for the stage by Tony Award winner Mary Zimmerman (Candide) is based on Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling's 1983 collection of stories set in the Indian jungle and Walt Disney's 1967 animated film. It has been hailed by critics as: 

“A TRIUMPHANT PRODUCTION. Extraordinary design, sublime talent, and spectacular vision. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW.”WGBH 

“Christopher Gattelli's choreography brings the jungle to stomping, swirling life.- The Boston Globe 
“SPECTACULAR! The movie was great, the musical is better. Catch The Jungle Book while you can!”Lowell Sun 
“NON-STOP THEATRICAL BLISS! Mary Zimmerman has done it again. SUBLIME! The final scene will linger in the hearts of theatregoers for years to come.”South Shore Critic 
“BURSTING WITH COLOR! STUNNING AND IMAGINATIVE! André De Shields brings the house down." Cape Cod Times 
“IRRESISTIBLE! Full of creativity, playfulness, and life. A true family production.”TAB / Wicked Local
“The flora and fauna of India shimmer with eye-filling allure in the inventive new stage adaptation.”- The New York Times
“JUBILANT, COLORFUL & MUSICALLY VIBRANT.”- Variety 
“INVENTIVE & VISUALLY STUNNING!”- Entertainment Weekly

The Jungle Book is produced by special arrangement with Disney Theatrical Productions and in association with Chicago's Goodman Theatre. 

Tickets start at $25 with prices ranging to $135 - subject to change – with select discounts available:

  • online at huntingtontheatre.org
  • by phone at 617 266 0800
  • in person at the Box Offices at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre (264 Huntington Avenue) and South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA (527 Tremont Street).

2013-2014 SEASON SPONSORS

  • Grand Patron: Boston University
  • Season Sponsors: J. David Wimberly, Carol G. Deane

 

THE JUNGLE BOOK SPONSORS

  • Premiere Sponsor: J. David Wimberly
  • Lead Sponsors: Carol G. Deane and Linda & Brooks Zug
  • Featured Sponsors: Anne & Steve Cucchiaro, Betsy & David Epstein, Jane & Fred Jamison, Carol B. Langer, Mitchell & Jill Roberts, John D. Spooner, Linda & Dan Waintrup, and Anonymous
  • With additional support from: John & Bette Cohen, Arthur C. & Eloise W. Hodges, Susan & David Leathers, Bill & Linda McQuillan, Anne M. Morgan, Gail Roberts, Dola Hamilton Stemberg, and Faith & Joseph Tiberio

 

ABOUT THE HUNTINGTON

Recipient of the 2013 Regional Theatre Tony Award and named Best of Boston 2013 by Boston magazine, the Huntington Theatre Company has developed into Boston’s leading professional theatre and one of the region’s premiere cultural assets since its founding in 1982. Bringing together superb local and national talent, the Huntington produces a mix of groundbreaking new works and classics made current to create award-winning productions, runs nationally renowned programs in education and new play development, and serves the local theatre community through its operation of the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. Under the direction of Artistic Director Peter DuBois and Managing Director Michael Maso and in residence at Boston University, the Huntington cultivates, celebrates, and champions theatre as an art form. For more information, visit huntingtontheatre.org.

 

ABOUT DISNEY THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS

Disney Theatrical Productions proudly partners with Goodman Theatre and the Huntington Theatre Company to bring Mary Zimmerman’s vision to theatrical life. A division of The Walt Disney Studios, DTP was formed in 1994 and operates under the direction of Thomas Schumacher. With 15 productions currently produced or licensed, a Disney musical is being performed professionally somewhere on the planet virtually every hour of the day. Worldwide, its eight Broadway titles have been seen by over 124 million theatergoers and have, cumulatively, run a staggering 195 years. The company’s inaugural production, Beauty and the Beast, opened in 1994, playing a remarkable 13 year Broadway run and produced in 28 countries worldwide. In November 1997, Disney opened The Lion King, which received six 1998 Tony® Awards including Best Musical and is now the highest grossing show in Broadway history. In its 16th smash year, it has welcomed over 70 million visitors worldwide and can currently be seen on Broadway; on tour across North America, the U.K., and Japan; and in London’s West End, Hamburg, Tokyo, Madrid, and Sao Paulo. Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida opened on Broadway next, winning four 2000 Tony® Awards and spawning productions around the world. Mary Poppins, a co-production with Cameron Mackintosh, opened in London in 2004 and established itself as one of the biggest stage musical successes to emerge in recent years, playing more than six years on Broadway and produced around the world. Tarzan®, which opened on Broadway in 2006, is now an international hit with an award-winning production in its sixth year in Germany. In January 2008, The Little Mermaid opened on Broadway and was the #1-selling new musical of that year. Its success continues with regional productions across the US and new productions on three other continents. Newsies and Peter and the Starcatcher, its two most recent Broadway productions, received seven 2012 Tony® Awards between them and continue their smash New York City runs. In addition, DTP licenses stage performance rights to more than a dozen Disney musicals around the world through Music Theatre International. Its new musical, Aladdin, will open in Toronto in fall 2013.

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Rebecca Curtiss is the Communications Manager at the Huntington. Her 3-year-old son Charlie is the unofficial inter-office mascot of the Huntington.

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