Disney’s The Hunchback Of Notre Dame U.S. Stage Logo Released

The bells of Notre Dame may be ringing far off in the distance but theatre-goers and Disney fans can hear them loud and strong. As many await the highly anticipated U.S. stage premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Disney feed its fans appetite this past weekend by revealing the production’s official logo for the U.S. run. The logo has one simple bell and the title treatment for the show. Almost all of Disney’s logos for its stage productions have simply been a silhouette of something related to the show with the title treatment. The Lion King is Mufasa, The Little Mermaid is Ariel, Tarzan is Tarzan swinging and Aladdin is the Genie. Disney has a very specific style when it comes to these designs and they always work. Their simplicity should be noted for anyone in the artwork business proving that less is usually more.  Today, Luner on Theatre brings you a first look at the brand new logo for the U.S. Stage premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame!

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Luner on Theatre is very excited for the U.S. Stage premiere of Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. We brought you the exciting coverage when it was first announced and also broke the news to you first that Patrick Page will star as Frollo in the upcoming stage production. Stay tuned as we bring you more coverage leading up to the bells of Notre Dame finally ringing here on stage. Visit Luner on Theatre’s Disney Page for more! For more information, visit La Jolla Playhouse’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more!

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