The ever popular Jungle Book and its characters Mowgli, Bagheera, and Sherkhan are now performing in the capital. Fever Entertainment has brought in the International Musical “Jungle Book Jive” to India through series of shows that are being performed at Siri Fort Auditorium, Delhi from today till 11th August 2013. The 80 minutes edutainment musical show with real life characters of Mowgli and his entire gang of friends is a complete family entertainer which is a thorough entertainer for both kids and adults alike.
The 1st show was exclusively conducted for School children. The full house show saw children participate and jump with excitement. The musical journey through the show had the kids dance and sing along the characters on stage. The wonderful stage, colorful costumes and the peppy music completed the soul of show leaving school children enthusiastic and asking for more.
Jungle Book Jive an adaptation from Rudyard Kipling’s novel is being exclusively produced and showcased for the Indian audience. The live stage show is a great combination of theatre, music, focusing on edutainment and showcasing the richness of children’s literature in India. This musical gala highlights important bonds like friendship, harmony and team work along with spinning the threads of storytelling in a more delightful visual manner. The classical rivalry between Mowgli & Sherkhan, strong bond between him and Baloo comes alive for the Indian audience in Delhi.
The International show from Australia featuring the story of Jungle Book with spectacular music, grand sets and loads of interactivity for the audience is brought live in partnership with JBC – ‘Just Because its Children’.
Harshad Jain, Business Head, Radio and Entertainment, HT Media “We are very excited to bring in Jungle Book Jive shows to India. We have already had a very enthusiastic response from our audiences for our previous shows Ben 10 and Noddy in Toyland and we believe that this will surpass all. The cast and crew along with the production team have really been working hard to bring these wonderful elaborate shows to Delhi audience and we are really hoping to leave the capital mesmerized.”
The jungle book shows are on till 11th August and tickets can be still availed at www.bookmyshow.com.