Among Disney-films-turned-Broadway-shows, Aladdin is a standout, when it comes to production values. It's a magic carpet ride with energizing dance routines, opulent sets, and a witty genie who also narrates the love story of a street boy and a princess. Aladdin uses one of his three wishes to become Prince Ali Ababwa, in hopes of winning Princess Jasmine, only to find that she loves him for his lack of royalty, not because of it. The two leads fell a bit flat in their vocal strength, but the storyline, sets, and secondary characters made the show a worthwhile experience. Worth a try.
— Review by Nikki Katz
Ongoing until Sunday, March 3, 2019
|Sundays, 1pm & 6:30pm|
|Saturdays, 2pm & 7:30pm|