Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center to present Disney’s DESCENDANTS: THE MUSICAL


The Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center will present Disney’s Descendants: The Musical, a bold, colorful and character-filled show based on the popular original Disney Channel films, as part of its 2021-2022 Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield subscription series.

Open November 12 and through November 21, Disney Descendants: The Musical follows the story of the children of Disney’s most vile villains as they are welcomed into the world of their parents’ nemesis and must make a choice between follow in the footsteps of their families or learn to be good. The show features all of the familiar songs from the movies including “Rotten to the Core,” “Be Our Guest,” “Chillin ‘Like a Villain” and more. “

“This show has such great appeal to audiences, especially young audiences,” said Lincoln Park artistic director. Justin fortunato. “I think that’s the case for a number of reasons. One being that the show brings together some of the greatest characters in Disney canon in situations that audiences have never seen before, but more than that I think. that it’s because of the show’s message.It shows such a unique perspective on the characters we all think we already know, and the idea of ​​finding your own path is something audiences of all ages identify with and sympathize. “

Directed by Rosh Raines, Disney Descendants: The Musical is the 6th installment of Lincoln Park’s annual Junior Musical productions. Starring some of the youngest students at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School and the region, Descendants is a musical produced entirely in the style audiences have come to appreciate at Lincoln Park.

The cast of 40 features some of the region’s brightest young talents, including Brett Barthelemy, Sidney Ciencin and Savannah Soriano-Clark (Aliquippa), Emilie fink (Ambridge), Tristan Heavner (Baden), Alicen Mosura (Beaver), Grace Plassmeyer, Kali Richardson and Breyden Stephenson (Beaver Falls), Skiyah Hall (Center Twp.), Liv Poole (Midland) and Jacob Weber (Monaca).

Tickets are available online at www.lincolnparkarts.org/events, or by calling the Lincoln Park ticket office at (724) 576-4644. Lincoln Park requires appropriate masking for all clients, regardless of immunization status.

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