Lindiwe Dlamini returns to the "Lion King" stage

“We’ll do whatever we need to be back,” Teta said. “It’s reopening night – why shouldn’t we be here?” And to come and support the Broad...

“We’ll do whatever we need to be back,” Teta said. “It’s reopening night – why shouldn’t we be here?” And to come and support the Broadway community as well. “

The musical, which opened in 1997 (and won six Tony Awards, including Best Musical), is the third-longest-running Broadway show (after “Phantom of the Opera” and “Chicago “) and Dlamini is the only member of the original. actors always performing in the show. She became an American citizen thanks to the series (she is from South Africa), married another actor and made her life around her work here; it is on the whole, and at the opening played a hyena, a lioness, a flock of birds and a square of savannah.

What was it like to be off the show for the first time? “It was weird,” she said. “I’ve been doing this for 24 years now, and to stop myself from nowhere!” I was on a bus on my way to work when I got the call, and had to get off at the next stop.

The closure was also traumatic. Her husband, daughter, son and sister all contracted Covid (they recovered) and back in South Africa, a cousin and her husband died of the disease.

“I was so worried about the people at home and couldn’t go home and be with my family,” she said. “It was hard, and it was very emotional.”

And what was it like to be back? “Really, really moving,” she said. “It’s such a big part of my life.”

“The Lion King” has had over the years 25 productions around the world which have been performed in front of nearly 110 million people; it has been played on all continents (except Antarctica) and in nine languages ​​(English, Japanese, German, Korean, French, Dutch, Mandarin, Spanish and Portuguese).

The nine productions in progress at the time of the pandemic have been closed. With the reopening of Broadway tonight, there are now five productions of “The Lion King”, and by January there should be 10, in New York, London, Paris, Hamburg, Tokyo and Madrid, plus four. touring productions.

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