Analysis of the Play Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast was an amazing musical, many say it was much better than the movie. Just like the movie. It starts off in a faraway land, with the Young Prince who lived in a shining castled. The prince was spoiled, selfish and unkind. An old beggar woman came to the castle and offered him a single rose in return for shelter from the bitter cold. Repulsed by her haggard appearance, the Prince sneered at the gift and turned the old woman away. The old woman warned him not to be deceived by appearances, for beauty is to be found within. And when he sent her away again, the old woman's ugliness melted away to reveal a beautiful ...view middle of the document...
Lumiere, a candelabra, Cogsworth, a mantle clock, and Mrs. Potts, a teapot, proceed to make Maurice feel welcome and comfortable while at the same time attempting to keep his presence hidden from the the prince or the Beast. The Beast becomes angered when he sees Maurice's presence and throws him into the dungeon.
Belle finds her father missing and goes to find him , she comes up to the Beast's castle and lets herself in. Belle finds Maurice locked up in a cell. He urges her to leave just as the Beast appears. Belle begs the Beast to let her father go, finally offering to become the Beast's prisoner in exchange for her elderly father's freedom. The Beast accepts her offer and promise’s to stay there forever.
Meanwhile, at the tavern in town, Gaston is pouting about Belle's rejection. Lefou and some of the villagers remind him how admired he is. Maurice arrives frantic and begging for help to rescue Belle from the Beast. No one takes him seriously and Gaston has him thrown out.
Back at the castle, the Beast realises that he truly loves Belle, but is afraid to tell her. Lumiere and Cogsworth encourage him to take the chance. Mrs. Potts encourages further with a love song, Beauty and the Beast during their romantic dinner, and the couple dances to the music in the Ballroom, and later sit in the garden. The Beast, instead of declaring his love for Belle, he gives her the magic mirror. When Belle asks the mirror to show her Maurice, she discovers that he is alone in the woods and in danger. The Beast tells her she must go to .
When Belle reached home with her father she finds the whole town waiting outside her door and everyone is calling her father mad. So belle shows them the beast in the mirror. Gaston starts a frenzy and rounds up the village people to the castle to kill the beast
The Enchanted Objects...