The Colonnade Center premieres Narnia: The Musical
C.S. Lewis brought a world of heroes, villains, daughters of Eve and sons of Adam to life in his novel The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Hopefully you’ve read the book—c’mon it’s going to be a classic if not classified as such already—and if you haven’t, then you’ve likely seen the movie.
But, for those of us who want to feel a little more in the action, The Colonnade Center is putting on a production of Narnia: The Musical.
Bringing the classic tale to life is a cast of over 60 performers of men, women, and children. A tale of the land of Narnia, where the white witch has cursed the land with eternal winter, they must be saved by four brave, human children and their greatest ally, the lion Aslan.
I can honestly say I’m not sure what to expect as songs were not part of the book or the original movie. Where will the fit the songs in? What kind of story will the lyrics tell?
It’s sure to be something to behold, and we’re sure Aslan would approve of the heart this cast will put in at showtime.
Narnia: The Musical
Friday, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, 12:30, 6:30 p.m.
The Colonnade Center
264 Catoosa Cir.,