Do you have what it takes to transform your photography into the next Broadway theatrical success story? The players in the young cast of "The Lion King" in the New York touring production expresses differently to those of the playbill.com audience featuring Mariama Diop as young Nala.
New York City - Disney presents "The Lion King" with music by Elton John & Tim Rice took control of the affluent playbill.com audience in yesterday's matinée performance at the Minskoff Theatre in New York City. The show opened with the origins of Africa calling out for attention to their community on stage to life of the culture and importance procreation is as a necessary event for the audience to understand. The science of "Pride Rock" in act one with "Nants' Ingonyama" introduced all of The Who's Who Closing Cast to the theatrical matinee stage, Young Simba (Donovan Louis Bazemore) and Young Nala (Mariama Diop).
The scenes and musical numbers of this Grammy Award Winning performance on Broadway and acts, song credits, orchestra, was all written in gratitude to promote injustices in the under service communities in America and abroad to support Equity for AIDS and jobs for Broadway counterfeited by COVID-19. This was a Bravo production and a thriller debut for Young Nala played by Mariama Diop (credits include Little Girl/Young Ti Moune, tour Once on This Island, and now The Lion King tourist journey).