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Bugs Bunny on Broadway Tickets - What's Up, Doc?
Apparently, the most remarkable symphonies known to man (or bunny): that is the Bugs Bunny on Broadway, founded back in 1990 by Warner Bros. Studios. and created by Emmy Award-winning conductor George Daugherty. Originally, his idea was such that Bugs and his creators Carl Stalling and Milt Franklyn were absolutely perfect for the whimsy and style of the symphony orchestra he had in mind. When watching the cartoons, one of the defining characteristics was the classical music. Now since the beginning of Bugs Bunny on Broadway, many can experience the sound of it in person, and enjoy every minute of it.
Bugs Bunny on Broadway Tickets - Carrots for Venues
For sure, Bugs would've been stoked at the tour itinerary of the symphony -- we're talking about the likes of the Hollywood Bowl, Sydney Opera House, Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra, Moscow's Kremlin Palace, Wolf Trap with the National Symphony, Chicago's Orchestra Hall, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra -- just to name a few. Oh, and of course -- Broadway.
Bugs Bunny on Broadway - The True Looney Tunes
Many can lovingly hear some of the greatest pieces done by an orchestra for the wascally wabbit such as 'What's Opera, Doc?', 'The Rabbit of Seville', 'Corny Concerto', 'Baton Bunny', 'Rhapsody Rabbit', 'High Note' and 'Zoom and Bored'. These pieces exemplifed Bugs to a tee, fulfilling that fantasy of the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes legends in full force.