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Shrek The Musical Backdrop Rentals

Hilarious Shrek The Music Backdrops For Rent

Help Shrek, Donkey, Princess Fiona, and the rest of the fairy tale crew find their happily ever after with Charles H. Stewart’s enchanting Shrek the Musical backdrop rentals. Capture the magic, insanity, and pure joy that is Shrek the Musical, a live-action adaptation of the 2001 Dreamworks hit, Shrek.

“What Are You Doin’ In Mah Swamp?!”

From the deep, enchanted fairy tale woods to Shrek’s cherished home in the swamp and the streets of Duloc (such a perfect town), our Shrek the Musical backdrop rentals have every scene ready-to-go, so that you can honor this now classic, hilarious family tale.

Shrek Birthday Party Rentals & More!

The fun doesn’t stop at theatrical productions. Shrek the Musical backdrops for rent are perfect for children’s birthday parties, bar or bat mitzvahs, and many more. Since they’re made from highly-durable materials, our stunning backdrop rentals are easy to transport and set up, ensuring that your theatrical performance or social event goes off without a hitch.

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More About Shrek The Musical

Shrek The Musical is a musical with music by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire. It is based on the 2001 DreamWorks film Shrek and William Steig’s 1990 book Shrek! After a trial run in Seattle and extensive changes, the show began previews at The Broadway Theatre on November 8, 2008, and the original Broadway production opened on December 14 2008. The show closed after a run of over 12 months on January 3, 2010 after 441 performances and 37 previews. It was followed by a tour of the United States which opened in 2010 and a revamped West End production starting in June 2011. Since its debut, the musical’s rights have been available for independent overseas theatres, who have chosen to stage their own versions of the show.

At the time, it was one of the most expensive musicals to open on Broadway, at an estimated $25 million, and generally had good reviews.