Disney’s Aladdin, Jr. @ Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre
Children nowadays, particularly in the millennial era, no longer acknowledge classic cartoon shows which are loved by the older generations especially Walt Disney Classics. Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie, and all other casts from the movie “Aladdin” are just some of the forgotten characters. Our theatrical team organized “Disney: Aladdin, Jr.” to break the
barrier and to rekindle the excitement felt by the older generations and pass it on to the newer generations as they watch a lively, well-choreographed musical performance.
The animated film “Aladdin” received an Academy Award-winning score during its glory days, so why not bring that score back in the theatrical stage?
The team chose “Aladdin” because they strongly believe that the audience will surely experience ‘a whole new world’ as they witness a magical journey while imagining a ride on a flying carpet. A musical play packed with love, friendship, and adventure is about to capture your hearts this coming October.
The story is about a homeless-pick- pocket boy named Aladdin. He had no relatives or friends other than his monkey named Abu. He wanted to seek attention with Agrabah’s Princess Jasmine by pretending to be a prince with the help of Genie for them to get married. Jafar, Iago, the King of Agrabah, and many more characters will also be present in the very much awaited musical.
FACTS ABOUT THE PLAY
The Audience – The Musical “Aladdin, Jr.” is for everyone! The producers want it to be enjoyed not just by young’uns but by all age groups. The team placed so much effort for this musical to be entertaining and worth the watch. Your tickets won’t be put to waste because this performance will be an unforgettable one.
The Performers – The Musical is casted by professional musical performers/singers. All characters that will appear in the play, from the oldest down to the youngest, were carefully selected actors and actresses. The directors of the show made sure that every actors and actresses will perform according to their appointed roles without lacking in terms of musicality. Their performance will take you back to the Kingdom of Agrabah.
The Story – The writers of the play have well-written the story plot according to the setting of the movie. They’ve also rearranged some scenes from the movie to make it more appropriate for a live performance setting. The team is very much excited to present their version of the story to the crowd.
The Music – The team in-charge for the musical arrangements of the songs to be used was able to find a great batch of musicians from Tuscaloosa to make a new sound for every track. The audience will have a flashback while listening to the music but will also love the new arrangements of the songs.
The Overall Event – Producing a play is NOT easy. The overall production team worked day and night for the show to be made possible. Sacrifices, exhaustion and pressure were present as they processed all the needs of the event. The props, costumes, performers, stage set-up, promotions, musical needs, technical needs, financial needs, put it all there. Yet in spite all the challenges, they were able to pull it through!
As Aladdin said, “do you trust me?”
Come and experience a Whole New World as Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre presents to you Disney’s “Aladdin, Jr.”!