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Aladdin the Musical San Francisco TicketsAladdin is the classic story of a street urchin who found a genie in a lamp and gained a friend for life. This story has been told for generations, most famously in the 1992 animated movie and the 2019 live-action adaptation. The musical version has toured through cities across America and had a very successful run on Broadway. Aladdin the Musical brings the award-winning production to San Francisco with professional actors and a Broadway-level production value.
A Whole New WorldThis version of Aladdin was first brought to the stage in 2011. The production ran from 2011 to 2014 in the Seattle, Washington, area. It gained popularity among critics and fans and led to another successful run in 2013, this time in Toronto, Canada. In 2014, it finally hit Broadway and became a quick success. The imaginative set recreates some of the Disney movie's most iconic scenes, and the musical score enhances the songs found in the original movie. The current North American tour features Jonah Ho'Okano as Aladdin, Korie Lee Blossey as the Genie, Kaenaonalani Kekoa as Princess Jasmine, Patrick R. Brown as Jafar and plenty of other talented actors and singers to round out the ensemble and bring Aladdin's story to life on stage.
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Is Aladdin the Musical similar to the movie?The musical's story and characters are similar to the movies but there are a few big differences. The movie featured prominent animal characters that are not present in the stage production. Iago, Jafar's parrot, has been adapted into a human character. Additionally, both Aladdin and Jasmine's animals have been omitted, and their relationships with other humans are enhanced. Other than these changes, the musical is largely identical to the movies.
What can I expect when I see Aladdin the Musical on tour in San Francisco?Aladdin the Musical attempts to immerse the audience in the Arabian Nights. The brightly colored costumes, elaborate sets and high-energy dance numbers are meant to keep the audience enthralled for the entire production. The crowd is often high-energy and ready for fun, especially during the musical numbers.
Has this show won any awards?Broadway's Aladdin production has won multiple awards. In 2014, it received five Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical and Best Original Score. It was also nominated for multiple Drama Desk awards for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Actor and Outstanding Choreography.
How long is Aladdin the Musical on tour?The Broadway version of the musical lasts two hours and 30 minutes, including one brief intermission. The San Francisco production is typically the same length.
What shows are similar to Aladdin the Musical?Through the years, Disney has had multiple movies adapted into successful stage productions. If you enjoy Aladdin the Musical, you will likely also appreciate The Lion King. This show has become one of Broadway's most iconic shows and also tours the nation. Though slightly more adult in content, the Broadway legend Wicked may also please theater-goers who enjoy Aladdin.
Is this production child friendly?Aladdin is a story for young and old alike. It is a full-length musical, so children under 8 years old might have a tough time concentrating for the entire show. However, children are welcome to attend. It is recommended that you evaluate your specific situation to determine if it is appropriate to bring your child.
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