The Lion King – Jan 26-28 Posted on January 27, 2017By stmwp This year’s musical is The Lion King. Performance times are: – Friday, January 26th at 7:00pm – Saturday, January 27th at 7:00pm – Sunday, January 28th at 2:00pm Purchase Tickets $12 Adults / $10 Children (14 and under) When purchasing more than one “type” of ticket (ie: adult and child) add the first type to your cart, then click the “Continue Shopping” link in the top right corner to return to this page and add the next type of ticket. Ticket Type: Quantity: Friday ADULT $12.00 USDFriday CHILD $10.00 USDSaturday ADULT $12.00 USDSaturday CHILD $10.00 USDSunday ADULT $12.00 USDSunday CHILD $10.00 USD 123456789101112 First and Last Name Your tickets will be under this name at the ticket sale table before and after school and at the “Will Call” table at the show entrance. Show Synopsis The animals of the Pridelands gather to welcome the newborn cub of King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi The king’s jealous brother, Scar, no longer heir to the throne, skips the ceremony, upsetting Mufasa. Time passes and Young Simba grows into a curious young lion. Mufasa explains the circle of life and that Young Simba will one day be king of the Pridelands. Young Simba shares this news with Scar, who encourages his nephew to visit the forbidden Elephant Graveyard. Young Simba finds his best friend, Young Nala, hunting with Sarafina and invites her on his adventure. The cubs encounter ravenous hyenas in the graveyard. Mufasa arrives and pummels the hyenas then takes the cubs home. Scar emerges from the darkness to recruit the hyenas n his murderous plan to become king. Enacting his plan, Scar leaves Young Simba alone in the gorge and signals the hyenas to scare a herd of wildebeest. Scar alerts Mufasa, who leaps into the stampede to save his son. Mufasa rescues Young Simba, but Scar pushes his brother back into the gorge, where he is trampled. Scar blames Young Simba for the king’s death and tells him to run away and never return. As Sarabi, Young Nala, Rafiki and the lionesses mourn the loss of Mufasa and Young Simba, Scar assumes the throne, uniting lions and hyenas under his dark reign. Lost in the desert, Young Simba meets Timon and Pumbaa, who take him to their “worry-free” jungle home. Under Scar’s reign, the Pridelands are nearly destroyed. Now grown, Nala decides to leave and seek help. To her delight, she finds Simba alive in the jungle. Nala urges him to take his rightful place as king but, still ashamed, Simba refuses. Rafiki appears and helps Simba remember his father. With newfound courage, Simba agrees to return to the Pridelands. Simba confronts his uncle, the truth of Mufasa’s murder is revealed and Scar runs away, pursued by angry hyenas. With peace restored in the Pridelands, Simba takes his place as king and the circle of life continues.