Universal Studios Hollywood Presents “Creature From The Black Lagoon — A Raging Rockin’ Show”

A Hip, Musical Adaptation of Universal’s Horror Classic

“Creature From The Black Lagoon—A Raging Rockin’ Show” is now open at Universal Studios Hollywood.

“Creature From The Black Lagoon—A Raging Rockin’ Show” is now open at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Universal Studios Hollywood enlisted the talents of veteran Broadway producers, designers and choreographers to adapt “Creature From The Black Lagoon” for the stage.

Universal Studios Hollywood enlisted the talents of veteran Broadway producers, designers and choreographers to adapt “Creature From The Black Lagoon” for the stage.

Universal Studios Hollywood introduces “Creature from The Black Lagoon—A Raging Rockin’ Show” featuring an all-original score, and dazzling Broadway-level production values in a hip, musical stage adaptation of the Universal cult classic, now open exclusively at The Entertainment Capital of L.A.
The new musical attraction has an approximate 25-minute running time, and a storyline that has been updated from the original screenplay to infuse romance and comic relief with extravagant stagecraft, acrobatic choreography and a hilarious and contemporary musical score certain to keep the production moving at a sizzling pace.
Audiences will be immersed within a menacing Amazon environment, completely enveloped by the exotic sounds of the jungle as they watch the twisted love story between beauty and beast unfold. From the production’s first moments, guests will be thrust into an unexpectedly outrageous, bizarrely romantic, melodic and often outlandishly comic adventure as this monster classic is re-imagined for the 21st Century.
“Creature from the Black Lagoon—A Raging Rockin’ Show” is being realized for the stage by Universal Creative and an award-winning theatrical production team drawing from the best of Broadway that includes Tony Award-nominated director and choreographer Lynne Taylor-Corbett, whose credits include “Footloose” starring Kevin Bacon, “Bewitched” starring Nicole Kidman, and Broadway’s “Swing,” in which she was twice nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for direction and choreography; scenic designer James Youmans, whose credits include Broadway’s “West Side Story,” “Gypsy” starring Patti LuPone, as well as Barry Manilow’s Showstoppers International Tour; creature/puppet designer Michael Curry, one of the world’s leading production designers whose credits include “The Lion King,” the 1996 and 2002 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies, and Cirque du Soleil; fly sequence designer Paul Rubin, whose accomplishments include elaborate aerial stunts for “Wicked,” “Peter Pan,” and the Tony Awards; and producer Marc Routh, whose Broadway credits include “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Gypsy” starring Patti LuPone, Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein,” and “The Producers.”