Aladdin Tickets: Broadway Musical and National Tour
We are elated to announce that Aladdin the musical will once again captivate the imagination of thousands of Broadway fans as the show takes the to stage of the well-known New Amsterdam Theater in New York this November.
I am personally in awe of the Aladdin Broadway success through the years, and I am extremely excited about this next season of the show. Its continuing presence on Broadway is a testament to the expertise of the producers and cast through the years, all who have added to the positive concept of the Broadway tradition.
The Story of Aladdin, a legendary street beggar turned prince and his genie in a bottle, is one that has fascinated readers for ages and in 1992 millions were captivated by Disney's animated version of the age-old story on the silver screen.
Aladdin the musical premiered in February 2014 and one moth later on March 20th, it officially opened to a a crowd of eager fans of both the rich Broadway theater tradition, and of the captivating Aladdin story itself.
And the much anticipated show did not disappoint. Spellbinding musical theatrics and folklore met on the Broadway stage in one of the best interpretations of the Aladdin legend. The show set the stage for a whopping five Tony Award nominations.
Who can see the Aladdin on Broadway show?
We can attest that Aladdin the musical is a family show that you will love, and is child-friendly in terms of the script, costumes and theatrical displays. However, it is recommended that children at least six years old would get the best out of the show.
Please click https://www.broadway.com/shows/aladdin-broadway/ and scroll to the bottom of the page to see more on the suitability of the show for children.
The show is an extremely exciting experience with uplifting messages of good over evil, perseverance over despair and fairness over oppression, suitable for the entire family. Aladdin Broadway also highlights how we can all use our influence to do good and to impact others' lives in a positive way.
In terms of accessibility to attend, the theater also caters for wheelchair users who will enjoy a specially-reduced price for themselves and one person accompanying them. Take note that these wheelchair seating as well as companion seats will be available on on a first-come, first-serve basis, so it's good to book early to get to enjoy the show.
We have special arrangements for guide dogs and auto-descriptive devices for the visually-impaired and assisted listening and caption devices for the hearing impaired. Please visit http://www.aladdinthemusical.com/accessibility/ for further information on these and other available services:
What you can expect at Aladdin on Broadway
Aladdin on Broadway remains true to the essence of the original story. The story's morale, which will be again evident in this September's show, also holds opportunity to remind and teach useful human values.
The show is an extremely exciting experience with uplifting messages of good over evil, perseverance over despair and fairness over oppression. Aladdin Broadway also highlights how we can all use our influence to do good and to impact others' lives in a positive way.
I never get tired of sharing the high points of the Aladdin story to show how virtuous the show truly is and how it represents much of what e aspire to be. Aladdin is a street beggar in a middle Eastern town called Agrabhah.
He is discovered by Jasmine, a royal princess, who wants to escape being married off by her father. Through a turn of events, Aladdin gets his hands on a mischievous Genie in a lamp and requests the Genie to make into a royal Prince, Prince Ali.
The adventure then continues with Aladdin and Jasmine falling in love, an evil royal servant plotting for the kingdom, and the Genie's wish for freedom.
The Genie-us cast of the musical and how to get tickets to enjoy their performance
I know the 2014 shows were a huge win with the folks at the Tony Awards, but dozens of patron reviews of the past shows also reveal the 'enjoyability' and quality of the production. People were full of praises, citing the performances as 'genie-us', 'a smooth ride for the family crowd', and more. One British patron took the time to praise the show as a must-see once you're in New York and that the entire experience, from the stage set-up to the wittiness of the show was magical. To read more of Aladdin Broadway reviews, visit https://www.broadwayworld.com/reviews/Aladdin/, at https://www.yelp.com/biz/aladdin-the-musical-new-york/ and at http://www.aladdinthemusical.com/reviews.
The cast of the show features a talented line-up of excellent Broadway stars. The role of Jasmine is played by Courtney Reed and Aladdin is played by Terry Leung. The lovable but mischievous Genie is played by Major Attaway and Jonathan Freeman aappears as Jafar. Don Darryl Rivera plays the role of Iago, with Steel Burkhardt playing Kassim. The Sultan is played by Clifton Davis , Brian Gonzales plays Babkak and Brad Weinstock appears as Omar.
You can catch Aladdin the musical eight times per week at the New Amsterdam Theater located at 214 West 42nd St. NY, NY in Times Square.
Tickets for the show can be bought online through Tickets Master. For access to the purchasing platform, please visit the Aladdin show's official website at http://www.aladdinthemusical.com/tickets and click your desired time to be taken to Ticket Master to purchase.
In addition to New York, the Aladdin musical is also tours in theaters in San Francisco and Chicago. Please stay tuned for when we'll be in those cities.