The lion returns


In the past, Scar possessed the Roar of the Elders , led the Lion Guard , and ruled the Pride Lands. Scar is also the main antagonist of Season 2 .

Unlike other known Pride Landers , Scar had a dark orange (deep brown in one painting) coat with a sleek, thick darker brown mane. He had a triangular face and a pale muzzle and underbelly. His eyes were green, with a dark scar running down the left one. He was a very lean lion, especially in comparison to his brother.

In The Lion Guard Magazine , Scar is shown as a burnt orange lion with a black mane and paler fur on his muzzle, toes, and underbelly. Tufts of black fur are present on the joints of his forelegs. The fur on his lower jaw is long, and his large nose is black. He has a long muzzle, sharp features, and a thin pink scar over one eye.

As a fiery spirit, Scar has dark orange brown coloring with a yellow nose and markings on his ears and the edge of facial fur. He has pale yellow eyes. His scar is shown as pure white.

After Simba was born, Scar plotted to kill both him and his brother. In the end though, he was able to murder Mufasa, and convince Simba to run away; however, when Simba came back as a young adult, he battled his uncle and reclaimed the Pride Lands. Scar then apparently died in a fire that broke out during the fight. [1]

Sometime prior to his death, Scar selected Kovu to be the next King. Kovu is the son of one of Scar's followers, Zira , whom Scar had a close relationship with and had informed about the Roar of the Elders.

Wharton Center is pleased to announce the return of Disney’s THE LION KING as part of the Center’s 35th Anniversary Season. Executive Director Mike Brand notes, “This is a special season for us and we wanted to celebrate with one of the most popular shows ever to come to Wharton Center. The Broadway blockbuster returns July 2018 for a three week run. This will be the third engagement of Disney’s The Lion King at Wharton Center. The
last time the show was at Wharton was in 2009. Almost a decade later it is still the most requested Broadway show in our history.”

Wharton Center subscribers to the 2017-2018 35 th Anniversary Season will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to THE LION KING . Subscribers receive special benefits, including discounts and access to the best seats before they go on sale to the general public. Subscriptions go on sale mid-April 2017. 

Sign up to receive to receive a brochure in the mail . And join the Wharton Center eClub in order to receive the first opportunity to subscribe.

More than 90 million people around the world have experienced the awe-inspiring visual artistry, the unforgettable music, and the uniquely theatrical storytelling of THE LION KING – one of the most breathtaking and beloved productions ever to grace the stage.

Winner of six Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, THE LION KING brings together one of the most imaginative creative teams on Broadway. Tony Award®-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story filled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals. THE LION KING also features the extraordinary work of Tony Award®-winning choreographer Garth Fagan and some of Broadway’s most recognizable music, crafted by Tony Award®-winning artists Elton John and Tim Rice. There is simply nothing else like THE LION KING .

THE LION KING is welcomed by: Auto-Owners Insurance; Delta Dental of Michigan; Farm Bureau Insurance; Jackson National Life Insurance Company; and McLaren Greater Lansing.

Welcome to my first Lion King fanfiction! I've been wanting to write this for a long time and I'm finally getting around to making it :P This story takes place after Lion King 2

Almost everyone in Alderson and even beyond knows the story of the lion cub who was born and raised there. His exploits caused the Town Council to pass an ordinance saying that any lion roaming the town streets must be on a leash!

In recent years Alderson has been using the lion as a “brand” for the town. Lions have appeared everywhere from public properties to private spaces. Melinda Russell conceived the idea of having a large lion sculpture as a centerpiece of the town. She requested and received a grant from the Hamilton Family Foundation and soon located a sculptor.

Michael Loop is an artist, currently living in Morgantown. After receiving his BFA from West Virginia University in 1998, Loop travelled extensively around the United States assisting several artists to include Albert Paley, Christopher Weed, Paul Knoblauch, Sean Calyer, Shoji Satake and Jason Lee, honing a multi-faceted understanding of material and process. After a 12 year sabbatical from academia, he returned to West Virginia University, under the guidance of a fresh faculty to receive his MFA with a concentration in sculpture in 2013. The decision to return to academia was a conscious decision to allow an investigation into his personal aesthetic and process.

As Loop’s work has grown in sophistication, his exhibition record has accelerated as well. To date, he has shown extensively around the country, including exhibitions in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio and West Virginia.

Currently Loop serves as an adjunct lecturer at West Virginia and Fairmont State Universities teaching foundation art classes in drawing, 2D and 3D design, and upper level classes in sculpture and multi-media. Along with his teaching duties, he also serves as the preparator for the Mesaros Galleries in the Creative Arts Center at West Virginia University under the curatorial direction of Robert Bridges.

Passersby slowed down to have a good look during the installation and a lot of memory was used in cell phone cameras. Loop explained to the group that he had used a lot of motorcycle parts to create the lion and got “a bit carried away” with the tail. He even fashioned a leash for the lion. The springs in the legs convey a sense of coiled energy and the hip joints seem to almost work.

In the past, Scar possessed the Roar of the Elders , led the Lion Guard , and ruled the Pride Lands. Scar is also the main antagonist of Season 2 .

Unlike other known Pride Landers , Scar had a dark orange (deep brown in one painting) coat with a sleek, thick darker brown mane. He had a triangular face and a pale muzzle and underbelly. His eyes were green, with a dark scar running down the left one. He was a very lean lion, especially in comparison to his brother.

In The Lion Guard Magazine , Scar is shown as a burnt orange lion with a black mane and paler fur on his muzzle, toes, and underbelly. Tufts of black fur are present on the joints of his forelegs. The fur on his lower jaw is long, and his large nose is black. He has a long muzzle, sharp features, and a thin pink scar over one eye.

As a fiery spirit, Scar has dark orange brown coloring with a yellow nose and markings on his ears and the edge of facial fur. He has pale yellow eyes. His scar is shown as pure white.

After Simba was born, Scar plotted to kill both him and his brother. In the end though, he was able to murder Mufasa, and convince Simba to run away; however, when Simba came back as a young adult, he battled his uncle and reclaimed the Pride Lands. Scar then apparently died in a fire that broke out during the fight. [1]

Sometime prior to his death, Scar selected Kovu to be the next King. Kovu is the son of one of Scar's followers, Zira , whom Scar had a close relationship with and had informed about the Roar of the Elders.

Wharton Center is pleased to announce the return of Disney’s THE LION KING as part of the Center’s 35th Anniversary Season. Executive Director Mike Brand notes, “This is a special season for us and we wanted to celebrate with one of the most popular shows ever to come to Wharton Center. The Broadway blockbuster returns July 2018 for a three week run. This will be the third engagement of Disney’s The Lion King at Wharton Center. The
last time the show was at Wharton was in 2009. Almost a decade later it is still the most requested Broadway show in our history.”

Wharton Center subscribers to the 2017-2018 35 th Anniversary Season will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to THE LION KING . Subscribers receive special benefits, including discounts and access to the best seats before they go on sale to the general public. Subscriptions go on sale mid-April 2017. 

Sign up to receive to receive a brochure in the mail . And join the Wharton Center eClub in order to receive the first opportunity to subscribe.

More than 90 million people around the world have experienced the awe-inspiring visual artistry, the unforgettable music, and the uniquely theatrical storytelling of THE LION KING – one of the most breathtaking and beloved productions ever to grace the stage.

Winner of six Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, THE LION KING brings together one of the most imaginative creative teams on Broadway. Tony Award®-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story filled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals. THE LION KING also features the extraordinary work of Tony Award®-winning choreographer Garth Fagan and some of Broadway’s most recognizable music, crafted by Tony Award®-winning artists Elton John and Tim Rice. There is simply nothing else like THE LION KING .

THE LION KING is welcomed by: Auto-Owners Insurance; Delta Dental of Michigan; Farm Bureau Insurance; Jackson National Life Insurance Company; and McLaren Greater Lansing.

Welcome to my first Lion King fanfiction! I've been wanting to write this for a long time and I'm finally getting around to making it :P This story takes place after Lion King 2

In the past, Scar possessed the Roar of the Elders , led the Lion Guard , and ruled the Pride Lands. Scar is also the main antagonist of Season 2 .

Unlike other known Pride Landers , Scar had a dark orange (deep brown in one painting) coat with a sleek, thick darker brown mane. He had a triangular face and a pale muzzle and underbelly. His eyes were green, with a dark scar running down the left one. He was a very lean lion, especially in comparison to his brother.

In The Lion Guard Magazine , Scar is shown as a burnt orange lion with a black mane and paler fur on his muzzle, toes, and underbelly. Tufts of black fur are present on the joints of his forelegs. The fur on his lower jaw is long, and his large nose is black. He has a long muzzle, sharp features, and a thin pink scar over one eye.

As a fiery spirit, Scar has dark orange brown coloring with a yellow nose and markings on his ears and the edge of facial fur. He has pale yellow eyes. His scar is shown as pure white.

After Simba was born, Scar plotted to kill both him and his brother. In the end though, he was able to murder Mufasa, and convince Simba to run away; however, when Simba came back as a young adult, he battled his uncle and reclaimed the Pride Lands. Scar then apparently died in a fire that broke out during the fight. [1]

Sometime prior to his death, Scar selected Kovu to be the next King. Kovu is the son of one of Scar's followers, Zira , whom Scar had a close relationship with and had informed about the Roar of the Elders.

In the past, Scar possessed the Roar of the Elders , led the Lion Guard , and ruled the Pride Lands. Scar is also the main antagonist of Season 2 .

Unlike other known Pride Landers , Scar had a dark orange (deep brown in one painting) coat with a sleek, thick darker brown mane. He had a triangular face and a pale muzzle and underbelly. His eyes were green, with a dark scar running down the left one. He was a very lean lion, especially in comparison to his brother.

In The Lion Guard Magazine , Scar is shown as a burnt orange lion with a black mane and paler fur on his muzzle, toes, and underbelly. Tufts of black fur are present on the joints of his forelegs. The fur on his lower jaw is long, and his large nose is black. He has a long muzzle, sharp features, and a thin pink scar over one eye.

As a fiery spirit, Scar has dark orange brown coloring with a yellow nose and markings on his ears and the edge of facial fur. He has pale yellow eyes. His scar is shown as pure white.

After Simba was born, Scar plotted to kill both him and his brother. In the end though, he was able to murder Mufasa, and convince Simba to run away; however, when Simba came back as a young adult, he battled his uncle and reclaimed the Pride Lands. Scar then apparently died in a fire that broke out during the fight. [1]

Sometime prior to his death, Scar selected Kovu to be the next King. Kovu is the son of one of Scar's followers, Zira , whom Scar had a close relationship with and had informed about the Roar of the Elders.

Wharton Center is pleased to announce the return of Disney’s THE LION KING as part of the Center’s 35th Anniversary Season. Executive Director Mike Brand notes, “This is a special season for us and we wanted to celebrate with one of the most popular shows ever to come to Wharton Center. The Broadway blockbuster returns July 2018 for a three week run. This will be the third engagement of Disney’s The Lion King at Wharton Center. The
last time the show was at Wharton was in 2009. Almost a decade later it is still the most requested Broadway show in our history.”

Wharton Center subscribers to the 2017-2018 35 th Anniversary Season will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to THE LION KING . Subscribers receive special benefits, including discounts and access to the best seats before they go on sale to the general public. Subscriptions go on sale mid-April 2017. 

Sign up to receive to receive a brochure in the mail . And join the Wharton Center eClub in order to receive the first opportunity to subscribe.

More than 90 million people around the world have experienced the awe-inspiring visual artistry, the unforgettable music, and the uniquely theatrical storytelling of THE LION KING – one of the most breathtaking and beloved productions ever to grace the stage.

Winner of six Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, THE LION KING brings together one of the most imaginative creative teams on Broadway. Tony Award®-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story filled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals. THE LION KING also features the extraordinary work of Tony Award®-winning choreographer Garth Fagan and some of Broadway’s most recognizable music, crafted by Tony Award®-winning artists Elton John and Tim Rice. There is simply nothing else like THE LION KING .

THE LION KING is welcomed by: Auto-Owners Insurance; Delta Dental of Michigan; Farm Bureau Insurance; Jackson National Life Insurance Company; and McLaren Greater Lansing.


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