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Seen Aladdin on Broadway yet? You’re “One Jump Ahead” of the crowd, since Aladdin tickets are some of the most popular in New York this year.
Based on the 1992 Disney animated film of the same name, Aladdin is the story of a young “street rat” in the city of Agrabah whose life is forever changed when he meets Jasmine, the princess who refuses to marry any of her suitors, wandering the city in disguise (“A Million Miles Away”).
Aladdin is immediately smitten, but when Jasmine is “rescued” by the guards, Aladdin is only saved from execution by the interference of the Sultan’s Vizier Jafar. Jafar recruits Aladdin to steal a golden lamp from an enchanted cave, but before he can return the lamp Aladdin releases Genie, and receives three wishes from him (“Friend Like Me”).
Aladdin uses Genie’s power to become the fabulously wealthy “Prince Ali” and court Jasmine (“A Whole New World”). However, he must now contend with the fury of Jafar, who wants to use the power of the genie to become Sultan himself.
So what would wish for if you got three wishes from Genie? How about tickets to Aladdin, Broadway’s hottest new Disney musical?
Aladdin was written based on the 1992 Disney animated movie, with music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin and book also by Chad Beguelin. It premiered at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle in July 2011. Other productions of the musical played in Ivins from June–October 2012, St. Louis in July 2012 and Toronto from November 2013 to January 2014.
Previews for the Broadway production began on February 26, 2014, with an official opening on March 20 at the New Amsterdam Theatre. It was nominated for Best Musical in 2014 and continues to play on Broadway indefinitely, so come get your tickets for Aladdin now!
Adam Jacobs (Aladdin)
Jonathan Freeman (Jafar)
James Monroe Iglehart (Genie)
Courtney Reed (Jasmine)
Clifton Davis (Sultan)
Don Darryl Rivera (Iago)
Tony: Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for James Monroe Iglehart (2014)
Drama Desk: Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (2014)