It’s Broadway week in New York City! Disney’s Aladdin is offering a Buy one get one offer on tickets for performances January 18th – February 13th to commemorate this special week.
In order to get this offer, you will need to use code: BWAYWK on Ticketmaster.
This is a limited time offer and won’t last long. If you plan on seeing a Broadway show in New York City during this time then this is a great offer for you.
Nominated for 5 Tony Awards, Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway is based on the 1992 film of the same name. As stated by Playbill.com, “the Disney Theatrical Productions musical tells the story of a street-smart commoner whose life changes when he meets a magical genie that can grant him three wishes. The musical features music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, and book by Chad Beguelin.”
As someone that has seen the show on Broadway, I highly recommend seeing it. All I remember before seeing it was thinking how they would manage to reproduce “A Whole New World” on the magic carpet. Truly, Broadway magic ensued and Jasmine and Aladdin were flying around the stage singing the popular song. There were audible gasps from the audience when the carpet started flying.
Just like the film, the Genie is also the star of the theatrical production. “Friend Like Me” is a musical extravaganza that honestly made my mouth drop. It’s a spectacle, just like in the movie with the Genie and dancers galore.
If you find yourself in New York City or in a place where Disney’s Aladdin is on tour, I implore to you to experience the magic of this show.
Take a minute and watch this clip from Good Morning America, with the cast performing “Friend Like Me.” You will not be disappointed.
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