Fun Things to See and Do at the Fox Cities P.A.C. Before Disney’s The Lion King
1. 10th Anniversary Timeline. Don’t pass by this 33 foot display located near the exterior valet entrance. Take a trip down memory lane and revisit some of the best and brightest moments from the Center’s 10 year history.
2. Tobias Keene Painting. On loan from The Trout Museum of Art, see the 72 inch oil painting “Girl on a Golden Swing.” It was created by third generation British painter Tobias Keene who currently lives and works in Los Angeles. His work is a part of the Generations Exhibition at The Trout Museum of Art though July 21.
3. Disney’s The Lion King Souvenirs. Take home your piece of the magic with a souvenir from the show. There is something for The Lion King fans of any age.
4. 2013-14 Season Ticket Table. The Fox Cities P.A.C. announced the 2013-14 Season just two weeks ago. Stop by the table in the main lobby to learn more about the upcoming shows and the many great benefits of becoming a Boldt Arts Alive! or Kimberly Clark Broadway Across America – Fox Cities Season Ticket Holder.
5. The Lion King Themed Concessions. No need to worry about going hungry or thirsty during your trip to the African pride lands. Try a “Hakuna Matata” specialty drink or snack on some tasty treats that would satisfy any king or queen.
6. The Illusion of Joey Display. Much like Disney’s The Lion King, the five-time Tony Award®-winning production of War Horse uses groundbreaking puppetry to tell a remarkable tale of courage, loyalty and friendship. Learn how the 6 foot, 120 pound horse Joey was developed and created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company and how it takes three actors to bring the horse to life before your eyes onstage. The display is located near entrances 11 and 12 on the orchestra level.
7. Photo Station. The popular photo station is back! Grab a fun picture with your family and friends and show us your creativity using the props. The photo will be posted on the Center’s Facebook page the day after the performance for weeknight performances (Tuesday - Thursday) and the following Monday for all weekend performances (Friday - Sunday Evening).