Why See Aladdin?
Disney's Tony-Winning Hit
Following in the footsteps of Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King, Aladdin is the latest Broadway spectacular from Disney. Packed with romance, adventure and the Genie's hilarious slapstick humor, this unforgettable show features all of the movies' Academy Award-winning music, including 'A Whole New World', 'Friend Like Me' and 'Arabian Nights', as well as some brand new numbers.
A lushly costumed and vibrantly choreographed affair, Aladdin was nominated for five Tony Awards when it premiered on Broadway in 2014, picking up one win for James Monroe Iglehart's portrayal of the Genie. With direction from Tony winner Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon), Aladdin is a sure fire hit for all ages, whether you've seen the movie or not!
What is Aladdin About?
Plucky street urchin Aladdin's life is transformed forever when he ventures into the cave of Wonders and discovers a magic lamp. Out pops a manic Genie, who has the power to grant Aladdin three wishes. Aladdin's first wish is to be made into a prince, mainly so he can impress the city's beautiful Princess Jasmine, who he's sure could never love a pauper. But as love begins to blossom between Aladdin and Jasmine, there's trouble on the horizon. The nefarious statesman Jafar knows all about Aladdin's real identity and the power of the lamp, and is determined to secure the Genie's magic for himself!
Did you know?
While this musical is based on the movie, it also includes some characters from the film's early drafts who were ultimately left out of the final cut, including Aladdin's three sidekicks Babkak, Omar and Kassim.
Previews from: 26 February 2014
Opening night: 20 March 2014
All guests require a ticket, regardless of age. We recommend that children be at least six years old to attend.
Two hours and 30 minutes with one intermission
And before you stop reading
ACCESSIBILITY * Specially priced tickets are available for wheelchair users. As a courtesy, patrons who use a wheelchair are permitted to purchase one additional ticket for his or her companion. Wheelchair seating and companion seats are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis at the theatre box office or by calling 212-282-2900. Please be sure to inform the Box Office representative of your seating needs when purchasing tickets. * Wheelchair Accessible Restroom: The New Amsterdam Theatre is equipped with one wheelchair accessible restroom on the Orchestra level (house left), as well as wide stalls in the male and female restrooms on the Mezzanine level. A separate wheelchair accessible restroom is also available on the mezzanine and balcony levels. * Seat Accessibility: There are designated wheelchair and companion seating in the rear of the Orchestra section. These locations are the ONLY ones that do not involve steps. * Services for Guests with Disabilities: Theatre representatives are available to meet patrons with disabilities in the lobby of the building to escort them to their seats. INFARED LISTENING DEVICES * Please visit BroadwayTranslations.com for audio translations.
Cast and Creative
Telly Leung as Aladdin
Arielle Jacobs as Princess Jasmine
Major Attaway as Genie
Jonathan Freeman as Jafar
Brian Gonzales as Babkak
Steel Burkhardt as Kassim
Brad Weinstock as Omar
JC Montgomery as the Sultan
Don Darryl Rivera as Iago
Dennis Stowe as Standby Jafar/Sultan
Juwan Crawley as Standby Genie/Babkak
Deonte L. Warren as Standby Genie/Babkak/Sultan
Kathryn Allison, Netanel Bellaishe, Mike Cannon, Joshua Dela Cruz, Mark DiConzo, Josh Drake, Tiffany Evariste, Jacob Gutierrez, April Holloway, Mike Longo, Nathan Lucrezio, Stanley Martin, Amber Owens, Jamie Kasey Patterson, Bobby Pestka, Jennifer Rias, Ethan Le Phong, Katie Terza and Paige Williams
Malik Akil, Damian Chambers, Lauryn Ciardullo, Ariel Reid, Angelo Soriano and Trevor Ward-Osborne
Directed by Casey Nicholaw
Book by Chad Beguelin
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin
Sets by Bob Crowley
Costumes by Gregg Barnes
Lighting by Natasha Katz
Visual Effects by Jim Steinmeye
2014 Tony Awards
Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical - James Monroe Iglehart
Best Book of a Musical
Best Original Score
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical - James Monroe Iglehart
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What we thought
SHINING shimmering Splendid
Disney has truly shown us a whole new world - shining, shimmering, splendid!
As I approached the New Amsterdam Theatre, a dream was coming true - to see Aladdin on Broadway! I had wished I would see this with my big sister as it is one of our favorite Disney stories, but alas she is now a grown up and recent mom to my seRead full review
What you thought
4 reviews, average rating: (4.9 Stars)
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