Why See Aladdin?
First Ever North american tour
Hop onto a magic carpet with Disney's smash hit Broadway musical, which heads out across for its first ever North American tour. Based on the beloved animated movie, it's the wondrous tale of lovable urchin Aladdin, the evil Jafar and the beautiful Princess Jasmine. Oh, and the larger than life Genie as well of course! It includes all the songs from the movie ('A Friend Like Me', 'A Whole New World'), alongside specially written new numbers by musical maestros Alan Menken and Chad Beguelin.
The Broadway production opened in 2014, and was greeted with enthusiastic reviews and five Tony nominations. Spectacular fun for all the family, the show has launched international productions in Japan, Germany and the UK, but this is the first time it's played outside of New York in America.
WHAT IS ALADDIN ABOUT?
Aladdin is a charming street urchin in Agrabah, who, when 'exploring' the mysterious Cave of Wonders, uncovers an ancient lamp that proves to be more than just a lighting solution. He unwittingly frees the lamp's resident wacky Genie, who grants him three wishes. Transformed from pauper to Prince, Aladdin catches the eye of beautiful but bored Princess Jasmine, who longs for some adventure of her own!
But it's not all a smooth magic carpet ride, because Aladdin isn't the only one that knows of the lamp's power. Enter the nefarious Jafar and his minions, who have plans for three wishes of their own and it's up to Aladdin to defeat him to keep the Kingdom from his clutches.
Opening night: 3 July 2018
Suitable for audiences of all ages but perfect for families to enjoy the adventure together!
Two hours and 30 minutes with one intermission
And before you stop reading
Images are taken from the Broadway production
Cast and Creative
Adam Jacobs as Aladdin
Anthony Murphy as Genie
Isabelle McCalla as Jasmine
Jonathan Weir as Jafar
Reggie De Leon as Iago
JC Montgomery as Sultan
Zachary Bencal as Babkak
Philippe Arroyo as Omar
Mike Longo as Kassim
Korie Lee Blossey as Standby Genie and Sultan
Ellis C. Dawson III as Standby Genie and Babkak
Adam Stevenson as Standby Jafar & Sultan
Ensemble: Mary Antonini, Michael Bullard, Michael Callahan, Bobby Daye, Lissa deGuzman, Mathew deGuzman, Olivia Donalson, Michael Everett, Karlee Ferreira, Michael Graceffa, Clinton Greenspan, Adrienne Howard, Albert Jennings, Kenway Hon Wai K. Kua, Jason MacDonald, Angelina Mullins, Celina Nightengale, Kameron Richardson, Jaz Sealey, Charles South, Manny Stark, Annie Wallace, and Michelle West
Book by Chad Beguelin
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin
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