New Amsterdam Theatre | New York, New York
When was the last time you saw a sensational theatre show? Whatever the answer, one thing is for sure - the next one will be on Wednesday 6th March 2024 at the world famous New Amsterdam Theatre! Quality theatre is coming back to New York with this astonishing performance of Aladdin! In the middle-eastern town of Agrabah, Princess Jasmine is feeling hemmed in by her father’s desire to find her a royal groom. Meanwhile, the Sultan’s right-hand man, Jafar, is plotting to take over the throne. When Jasmine sneaks out of the palace incognito, she forms an instant connection with Aladdin, a charming street urchin and reformed thief. The actors behind it is known for treating all the theatre-lovers with a delight with each and every show. And now they are coming to New York! Due to a history of sold-out events all over the state, it’s highly advisable that you get your tickets in time. They are on sale right now, so hurry up!
This is just what you wished for! The hit Broadway musical Disney’s Aladdin, playing for you live at New Amsterdam Theatre in New York on Wednesday 6th March 2024. “Pure genie-us!” says USA Today and, “Fabulous and extravagant!” Says The New York Times. Grasp your magic carpet and take flight to the Arabian city of Agrabah, a fully varied city of aristocrats, merchants and thieves. We enter near the useless cut-throat brigand Aladdin, as he gets trapped in the evil plot by the Sultan's Grand Vizier, Jafar, who wishes to usurp the throne and steal away the striking Princess Jasmin for himself. Aladdin manages to escape from the Cave of Wonder with a little help from a magic Genie, then becomes the great Prince Ali, to woo the magnificent Princess Jasmin. The impossible happens and the vile Jafar gets his hands on the lamp and whoever has the lamp controls the Genie! Jafar becomes the new awfully great sorcerer Sultan of Agrabah and spirits away the gorgeous Princess Jasmin for himself! How will Aladdin defeat the disgusting Grand vizier and free the gorgeous Princess Jasmin, or will this yarn end in tears and obliteration for the city of Agrabah?