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Everyone knows the Disney movie Aladdin, but few could have predicted the success it would capture in its switch from the screen to the stage.
Initially created by Alan Menken and Chad Beguelin, the play released in Seattle to mostly positive reviews. Within a year productions began making their way across America, with shows showing up in St. Louis and Utah. It also managed to leave the country, with productions beginning in Toronto and Spain in 2013. In the beginning of 2014, Aladdin finally showed up on Broadway where it was nominated for five Tony awards.
The production follows a plot similar to the film in which a young street urchin discovers a genie and falls in love with a princess. However, he must face off against the king's evil assistant Jafar, who wishes to steal away the genie's lamp and become the ruler of the world. Through use of his street smarts and charismatic personality he manages to attract the princess while defeating Jafar by trapping him within the genie's lamp. One key difference is the addition of Aladdin's three friends, Babkak, Omar, and Kassim. Because of this and the limitations of theatre all animal characters were removed from the play. Finally, several characters were changed including the genie who was given a more entertainer-like personality.
While Aladdin was given mostly positive reviews, it was not without fault. Reviewers loved the flashy and amazing visuals but criticized the play for a failure to truly capture the audience due to a failure to create truly three dimensional characters. However, reviews improved upon entrance onto Broadway with many reviewers crediting the fantastic set design and special sequences such as the magic carpet ride. However, some still believed that the play truly captured the spirit of the original movie.
Overall, Aladdin manages to blow audiences away with fantastic sequences and visual tricks but may leave older audiences underwhelmed by the characters.