Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST [Musical Theatre program] - HUGH JACKMAN's Professional Stage Debut,

By: Kevin Jacobsen and Michael

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Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST [Musical Theatre program] - HUGH JACKMAN's Professional Stage Debut, by Kevin Jacobsen and Michael Edgley (producers)
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Playbill Publications, Sydney, undated (post-1994). stapled program, 9½" x 13", with thick card covers. Errata slip (role change) loosely inserted. Program in AS NEW condition. This is the program for Disney's first Broadway production outside the USA (running at the Princess Theatre, Melbourne). The program is in full-colour throughout, featuring the 'Beauty and the Beast' Story, the Music, the Cast, ten biographies over six pages (leading cast members with pix), the Ensemble ( biographies), Costume & Make-Up, Scenic Design, History of the Disney production, Illusions, the Creative and Production Teams (32 biographies with pix), and advertisements. The role of Gaston was played by HUGH JACKMAN - today a 'leading man', actor, and popular culture star in USA - in his professional stage debut.

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