What is it about this giant beast that makes every director’s imagination run wild? Will he ever be tamed? Will media ever leave him be? Ever since it first appeared on a TV screen in 1933, King Kong has become a vital part of the American pop culture, even despite the many social issues and controversies it represents. After nine movies and one theater production, King Kong is returning to New York—but this time, instead of the Empire State Building, he is dead-set on conquering Broadway.
By the effort of book writer Jack Thorne, director Drew McOnie, and songwriter Eddie Perfect, King Kong has come to life at the Broadway Theatre. As the creature first towered above the stage, larger than life itself, the entire audience gasped at his 20-ft-tall body, enormous paws, and vulnerable, emotional face. The kids were not an exception. Such a vivid reaction from the younger…
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