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Aladdin Louisville Tickets
Aladdin Louisville Tickets
The Aladdin musical debuted in 2011 at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater. In 2013, the show received a Toronto tryout in 2013 and then went on to make its Broadway debut at the New Amsterdam Theatre in 2014. The show has enjoyed success and quickly took a place among the highest grossing Broadway productions of all time. Aladdin’s success earned it a touring production that began in 2017.
Aladdin tells the story of a young thief who steals food from vendors with his friends in the streets of Agrabah. He finds a magical lamp and is granted three wishes by the genie within. He uses his first wish to try to convince the Sultan of Agrabah that he is worthy of marrying his daughter, the beautiful Princess Jasmine. Through the journey that follows, Aladdin bonds with the genie and learns the true meaning of friendship. He learns that Jasmine wasn't going to fall in love with a prince. She was going to fall in love with a person. He also finds the courage to battle the evil and mystical Jafar, who is trying to steal the throne of Agrabah.
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How does the Broadway show different from the movie?
The Broadway production is similar to the movie, but there are multiple differences. The musical changes several characters that were animals in the movies into humans for the live production. Aladdin's monkey "Abu" is replaced by three friends who accompany Aladdin. Various members of the royal court replace Jasmine’s tiger. Finally, Jafar's parrot, Iago, is replaced by a human character of the same name. The musical version also contains multiple songs that are not in the movie. Two of these songs were actually written for the 1992 movie but were cut from the film and restored for the Broadway version.
Who wrote the songs for the Aladdin Broadway production?
The songs for the Broadway version of Aladdin were written by Alan Menken (music) and Howard Ashman (lyrics). Some of the songs also feature lyrical contributions from Chad Beguelin and Tim Rice. In addition to Aladdin, Menken's credits include the musical versions of A Bronx Tale, Newsies, Sister Act and The Little Mermaid. Ashman has written lyrics for musical versions of Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid and Smile.
Aladdin is a full-length Broadway musical. Shows on the Aladdin tour run approximately two hours and 30 minutes, including an intermission.
Has Aladdin won any awards?
Aladdin has been nominated for multiple Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, Best Original Score Written for the Theatre and Best Choreography. The musical won a Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical. The show was also Drama Desk Award-nominated for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Book of a Musical, Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Lyrics and Outstanding Music. It also won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical.Back to Top