The Prince of Egypt


Journey through the wonders of Ancient Egypt as two young men, raised together as brothers in a kingdom of privilege, find themselves suddenly divided by a secret past.
The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre

Image courtesy DreamWorks Theatricals


Overview


Genre: Musical
Venue: Dominion Theatre
Starts: Wednesday 5 February 2020
Closes: Saturday 12 September 2020
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

Background


The Prince of Egypt is produced by DreamWorks Theatricals (a division of Universal Theatrical Group), Michael McCabe and Neil Laidlaw.

Synopsis


Experience the epic emotion and soaring music of The Prince of Egypt, the extraordinary new musical from three-time Academy Award®-winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked).


Journey through the wonders of Ancient Egypt as two young men, raised together as brothers in a kingdom of privilege, find themselves suddenly divided by a secret past.


One must rule as Pharaoh, the other must rise up and free his true people; both face a destiny that will change history forever.


Based on the acclaimed DreamWorks Animation film, and featuring the Academy Award®-winning, chart-topping song 'When You Believe', The Prince of Egypt is an exhilarating, powerful and joyous celebration of belief and the human spirit.


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Dates


Previews from:Wednesday 5 February 2020

Closes:Saturday 12 September 2020

Performance days & times


Evening:

Matinee:
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Tickets


Standard:
Tickets go on sale 3 June 2019

Creatives


Author: Philip LaZebnik
Composer: Stephen Schwartz
Lyricist: Stephen Schwartz
Director: Scott Schwartz
Choreography: Sean Cheesman
Production: DreamWorks Theatricals

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