Aladdin - A Whole New World
One of the world's most thrilling shows on the international stage, Aladdin is performed in theatres around the world, including Chicago, Seattle, London and New York. This thrilling mixture of romance, adventure, danger, magic and comedy is a great option for a night out with the whole family. You can get Aladdin The Musical tickets here at StubHub.
History of Aladdin The Musical
This sumptuous musical event celebrates the work of original author Antoine Galland and is produced by Disney. The show premiered in Seattle in 2011 at the 5th Avenue Theatre and in Toronto in 2013. It opened on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theatre in March 2014 and can now be watched around the world. Based on the 1992 animated movie, the show follows the rebellious but lovable street urchin Aladdin on his journey of discovery, where he encounters the evil sorcerer Jafar, and beautiful, but headstrong, Princess Jasmine. He finds a lost lamp in the Cave of Wonders, which, once rubbed, releases the crowds favourite rugged and humorous Genie.
The show features memorable music scores including the classic 'A Whole New World' and a foot tapping rendition of 'Prince Ali'. The show also reveals some new songs from the pen of Alan Menken and Chad Beguelin, who wrote the adaptation for the musical. Historically, the show has delighted with its gorgeous sets and opulent costumes. The show won five Tony nominations on its Broadway debut in Chicago.
The show features lavish sets, extreme special effects and an array of fantastic comedy scenes, all brought together by seamless directing and a talented cast. The brilliant performances by the orchestra bring the magic of Disney’s Aladdin to life on various stages on the West End and New York. Favourite songs from the Academy Award winning film which starred Robin Williams as the genie are included like a ‘Friend Like Me’, ‘Arabian Nights' and a ' Whole New World'.
The show's special effects deserve special mention and you will be able to enjoy some excellent effects from the film's technical directors and crew. The show makes use of clear plexiglass belts and lifts which push the cast into the air at a rate of 12 feet per second. This all leaves us wondering how they get the magic carpet to fly?
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