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Published on November 08, 2023
Disney's The Lion King Bounds Back to San Francisco's Orpheum Theatre, Supporting SF ZooSource: San Francisco Zoo

Disney's The Lion King will be returning to San Francisco's Orpheum Theatre, with shows running from November 22 to December 30. This stage adaptation of the popular film brings the captivating scenes of the African Savannah to the Broadway theater screen as stated by BroadwaySF.

Every ticket sold for weekday performances, excluding weekends and holidays, will come with a $5 donation to the San Francisco Zoo, using promo code SFZOO1 as announced by the San Francisco Zoo on their Facebook. Not only will the audience enjoy an amazing show, but they will also be supporting a commendable cause.

With direction from Julie Taymor, the award-winning ensemble has brought a story of hope and adventure onto the stage. Choreographer Garth Fagan and renowned musicians Elton John and Tim Rice contribute to this production's global popularity. BroadwaySF stated that over 100 million people have admired the breathtaking creativity on display.

Hosted at the Orpheum Theatre at 1192 Market St., San Francisco, CA, the show runs for 2 hours and 30 minutes, including an intermission. As per BroadwaySF, the show, while recommended for general audiences, is best suited for individuals aged six and up. It promises to be a mesmerizing experience for families and theatergoers.

Fans can also get their hands on a special VIP Ticket Package offering premium seats, a souvenir program, and an exclusive cinch bag.