Aladdin at New Amsterdam Theatre

Aladdin Tickets

New Amsterdam Theatre | Manhattan, New York

On Tuesday 13th July 2021, Tony Award winning show Aladdin joins many other local and national top Broadway-style performers who have premiered incredible shows and productions to the iconic New Amsterdam Theatre, the supreme theater house in New York City, New York. This incredible troupe has a history of playing to capacity crowds and fans will tell you why. Not only does Aladdin bring endless energy, 5-star talent, and incredible production values to every performance, but they also work hard to create an unforgettable experience that you can’t find anywhere else. Whether you’re a lifelong fan of theatre, or you’ve only recently started watching theatrical productions, we guarantee that you’ll have a memorable experience that critics are predicting will be the very supreme of 2021. So if you want to see a show packed with songs you’ve loved for the past 25 years, lots of romance, mystery and a whole lot of magic, then make sure that you come down to the New Amsterdam Theatre in New York City on Tuesday 13th July 2021 to see Aladdin live. You can order your tickets here, by clicking the Buy Tickets button below.

Aladdin at New Amsterdam Theatre

Prepare for a night of clever but laid-back humor—rife with jokes and word play that break demographic barriers, and with the accessible inside-theater references that are a Nicholaw speciality—coursing through its relatable critique of class and gender inequality. Aladdin remains, with the possible exception of the incredibly visual The Lion King, the most adult-friendly of Disney’s screen-to-stage productions, thanks in large part to the sharp but goofy humor. Aladdin will defy your dour expectations with astounding choreographies that will create a truly buzzing atmosphere. Prepare for a sweet night of endearing fun that you can enjoy with your friends and family. Thrilling for all ages, Aladdin will deliver a night to remember. Order your tickets today.

Aladdin at New Amsterdam Theatre

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