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From the beginning (after Genie opening scene) until about the middle of 1st act it
was just terrible. The fighting scenes were just. awful. Nowhere close to Broadway
standard IMHO. The dialogues throughout the whole musical were rushed and
simply plain. No magical moments, no feelings, no chemistry between Aladdin and
Jasmine. Aladdin made an impression of a self centered Casanova, rather than the
sweet humble boy we know from the cartoon.
The settings, costumes and the carpet ride scene were breathtaking! (Although I
did not enjoy the remake of the song, as again it was rushed, which gave a feeling
the actors just wanted to get it over and done with, completely killing the vibe).
Putting the acting and dialogues aside, the whole show is a true candy to the eye.
Genie was incredible, great energy and charisma. He literally woke up the
audience, when he finally showed up in the middle of Act i. Overall go if you are
taking kids under 10. Otherwise save money for a better show
Charles Neilsen from Angels Camp, California
SEEING - HEARING ALADIN
The production of Aladin was amazing, the costumes and particularly the sets were just amazing. The only problem was not being able to hear the performers. The orchestra yes, the performers no. Perhaps I'll go home and listen to the movie with my eyes closed.
RH from Charlotte, North Carolina
The Genie either makes this play or he doesn't. This Genie did not. He rushed through his lines, was often difficult to understand, and lacked comic timing. The actor playing Aladdin was very good. The ensemble also was good. Lot of good dancing and costumes. Jasmine was just okay. Her voice was fine, but she just misses something as an actor. If you've seen this play before with a really good Genie, you are going to be a bit disappointed.
Betsy Cornelius from Charlotte, North Carolina
BROADWAY EXPECTATION WAS NOT MET
In one if the beginning scenes you could see shadows of either stage hand shadows or actors moving to place behind the set. Gave off a high school production feel. The dancing was mediocre in skill level & not in sync especially the ladies in the market scenes. The fight scenes were silly, no effort to look somewhat real. Acting was pretty good (except fight scenes), flying carpet affect made the show. Costumes were also nice.
John from Detroit, Michigan
KEEP THIS GENIE IN THE BOTTLE
Maybe it was an off night or maybe "Holiday Fatigue" had set in, either
way, last night's performance was a big disappointment. As previous
reviewers have commented, this production lacked "professionalism";
fight seems were silly, no "spark" between Aladdin and Jasmine, plenty
of "throw away" laugh lines (did the Genie really have to pull out a
Detroit Tiger's cap?). We were really excited for this production but it
did not live up to Disney standards. The cast seemed to be mailing it
in. Thankfully the Genie brought some much needed energy to the
Reviewer from Denver, Colorado
It was OK... Ok, let's staart with the good:
The Genie was TERRIFIC! HILARIOUS!! A very good choice to cast Scott as the Genie! He
made some terrific jokes, had great wardrobe changes, and was just greak overall. The
sets were also pretty incredible: Lots of changes, colors, sparkles! The dance moves were
OK. They had some good ones, and then they had some bad ones.
The fight scenes WERE HORRIBLE! SO fake and halfhearted. NO chemestry between
Alladin and Jasmine, AT ALL! The singing was good, not great. Jasmine and Alladin's voice
did NOT go together! Jasmine was not a good actress or singer, ahe must had been
chosen for her looks. Overall, don't waste your money on this one. Go to Hamilton
instead. Now, THAT is worth it!
Gary Lucas from Syracuse, New York
I would not consider this "Disney's Aladdin" at all. When you leave some songs out that were in the movie, put extra songs in, change 90% of the lines, I'm not sure how you call it Disney. My kid (who was the genie in her school play and was excited to see the play) fell asleep. My wife also fell asleep. I saw many kids dozing off in the theatre, and I was bored during several parts. I don't see what the hype is about. Yes, the Genie was awesome! Music was well done and scenery was great! Magic carpet was spectacular! But, some of the acting was meh. If you just called it "Aladdin" then I'd give it 3 stars. But this is not Disney. I would get some tips from "Lion King" because they did Disney right. This play though, eh, pass. Won't see again and won't recommend if you are wanting Disney.
Disney has truly shown us a whole new world - shining, shimmering, splendid!
I coined a new phrase in the middle of this show, a lightbulb moment if you will, as I witnessed a plethora of lavish costumes and impressive sets brought to life by a giant cast of 39. This is the Disney Dollar! I wondered how other shows could ever com
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