PREMIERE: Jim Lee and Geoff Johns talk about the Batman Arena Show

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We’ve written about the BATMAN LIVE stage show here a few times…Since October, it’s toured throughout Europe, leaving audiences gasping at the stunts, spectacle and just plain weirdness of a live action show about Batman. The BATMAN LIVE show is the result of a lot of work: four years of concepting and rehearsals. The 42-person cast includes Batman, Robin, Alfred and a rogues gallery including The Joker, Catwoman, The Riddler, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and The Penguin. Based on what we’ve seen, it’s quite the spectacle.

Well, now the show is coming to the Western Hemisphere for a two-year tour, with a September 5 premiere in Anaheim. And here’s a BRAND NEW video featuring Geoff Johns, Jim Lee and Allan Heinberg (who wrote the book) talking about how the show brings Batman to life and their own thoughts on the production. The fellow with the English accent and the Bruce Timm-level jawline is Sam Heughan, who originated the role of Batman in BATMAN LIVE

There’s more information on how to see the show when it comes to your town on the website.

Following Anaheim, the tour will travel to Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN; HP Pavilion at San Jose, CA; Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA; Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV; Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, OK; Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, NM; World Arena in Colorado Springs, CO; Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, CO; and additional cities all over North America that will be announced in the coming months.

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Comments

  1. My immediate reaction is that superheroes stories will be far more appropriate in gigantic arenas than in intimate theater settings.

  2. Before you fixed it, Heidi, your text had “two-year tout” instead of “two-year tour.” I must say, the former had me much more excited than the latter. I love the idea of an obnoxious guy in a plaid yellow suit and a derby, cigar hanging from his lips, bullying people in to see the show.

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