Most of the Disney shows have/had massive sets. Even the rigging for Tarzan was insane. Both Lion King and Tarzan had inflatable pieces because there was not enough space. Legally Blonde didn't seem that huge to me, it seemed like mostly flats from the flies. I've never seen Sunset but I've heard that was pretty incredible. The recent Into the Woods (though not on Broadway) had a massive set. And you can just forget about opera, those things are huge. I remember Taymor's Grendel opera being MASSIVE. George Typsin (Spiderman, Little Mermaid)designed that monster. There are some renderings of the Elaborate Lives version of Aid here
THE BOOK OF MORMON
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
THE LION KING
THE KING AND I
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