ALADDIN THE MUSICAL NEW ORLEANS
We didn't find anything nearby, but here's what's happening in other cities.
There aren't any events on the horizon right now.
Aladdin The Musical New Orleans Tickets
Aladdin New Orleans TicketsThe Aladdin musical production was inspired by the 1992 Disney animated feature of the same name. The movie inspired sequels, spin-offs and a Broadway show. The curtain rose on the original musical on July 7, 2011, at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre. The original production cast Jonathan Freeman, the man who voiced Jafar in the movie, in the role of Jafar. The production made its Broadway preview in February of 2014. The show's success led to the establishment of the first national Aladdin tour in 2017.
A Street Urchin's StoryAladdin spends his days hanging around the streets of Agrabah stealing food from vendors to survive. Though he has gotten used to that life, he longs to be something more than a "street rat." One day, Aladdin meets a princess in disguise, Princess Jasmine, who has escaped from her palace in order to see how the commoners of Agrabah live. A conflict with the law leads the pair to escape into a cave. Jasmine is discovered and sent back to the palace, and Aladdin is sentenced to death. He is saved when the Sultan of Agrabah's vizier, Jafar, intervenes. Grateful, Aladdin agrees to enter the Cave of Wonders to retrieve a lamp for Jafar. Aladdin disobeys Jafar's instructions and causes the cave to seal the young street urchin within the cave. He rubs the lamp and a genie emerges. Through the course of the story, Aladdin learns the true meaning of friendship and that love is about who a person is on the inside, not royal blood or wealth. He also finds the courage to face Jafar when he tries to forcefully take the throne of Agrabah.
Where can I buy Aladdin New Orleans tickets?You can buy Aladdin tickets on StubHub, the world's largest ticket marketplace. You know your ticket purchase will be secure since it'll be backed by the FanProtect guarantee.
Who wrote the Aladdin musical?The book for the Aladdin musical was written by Chad Beguelin. The music was written by Alan Menken, and the lyrics were written by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice.
Who designed the costumes and sets for Aladdin?The scenic design was led by Bob Crowley. You can see his other work on The Inheritance, The Glass Menagerie, Mary Poppins and many more. Gregg Barnes is the credited costume designer for the Broadway production. He has also worked on Pretty Woman: The Musical, Mean Girls and Elf.
How is the Aladdin Broadway production different from the film?The stage production does not contain any of the important animal characters that were in the film. Aladdin's monkey sidekick, Abu, was replaced by three human characters named Babkak, Omar and Kassim, who tag along on Aladdin's adventures. Princess Jasmine's tiger is also left out, its place taken by several members of Jasmine's royal court. Finally, Jafar's parrot named Iago in the film is a human character in the stage production. Additionally, the stage production features numerous songs that were not featured in the 1992 motion picture. Some of them include "Proud of Your Boy," "A Million Miles Away" and "Somebody’s Got Your Back."
Where can I see the Aladdin musical in New Orleans?When the Aladdin tour comes to New Orleans, you can see it at the Saenger Theatre. The venue is centrally located and features many dining options in the immediate area. New Orleans reviewers have raved about the production's elaborate sets and authentic wardrobe.
Who is on the Aladdin tour's cast?The touring production of Aladdin features a cast of experienced theater performers. The nature of Broadway touring productions means that the same cast members will not perform every show. Sickness, injury or personal obligations may cause a cast member to miss a show and another performer will take their place.
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.