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Overall I thought the show was good. My only complaint was the Genie's performance. The actor was very talented and had a powerful singing voice... until he started to become out of breath and never really recovered. He was so out of breath from the singing and dancing that he seemed to have a hard time getting his lines out. It was a huge distraction.
B Jones from Edmonton, Alberta
ALADDIN OPENING NIGHT FALLS A BIT SHORT
Just attended the opening night of Aladdin in Edmonton on July 11 and the first half of the show was pretty spectacular. Although there were some sound issues at times, (unable to hear some vocals over the music) the cast really sung and danced their hearts out, especially the Genie, Marcus M. Martin, who hands down stole the show! The staging, costuming and choreography was top notch, especially in the show stopping number "Friend Like me".
Unfortunately things started to slide downhill in the second half. It lacked energy and interest, and it certainly didn't help that there was a 5-10 min. "technical delay" between the first and second song. Although it wasn't announced, I'm pretty sure it was a malfunction in the "Magic Carpet" as there wasn't one! Aladdin and Jasmine just danced around the stage akwardly as they sang the signature song "A Whole New World", resulting in little magic and chemistry between them. Very unfortuate for the show!
Craig Wilson from Los Angeles, California
Good show, wed .. nite, lower price than weekends. Worth seeing, the dancing, tap, excellence. Likeable .. characters,, genie, jasmine, all. Great voices, powerful, sets are excellent for a small stage. Flying carpet, great.
Vanessa Niziol from Detroit, Michigan
I HAVE SEEN BETTER
I have seen Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, now Aladdin. I have to say this was the worst. Too many songs added to the show that almost put me to sleep and dragged on, props were not that great (looked like cheap magician props from a kids kit at one point). The only song I truly enjoyed was Friend Like Me, the genie was great. I gave it 3 stars instead of 1 or 2 just because the costumes were good, the dancing was great and the genie was good. The rest of it.... well lets just say I left during the last 10 minutes just to get out of there.
Boston from Boston, Massachusetts
EXCELLENT HIGH SCHOOL SHOW WITH GREAT DANCE!
I think this show is an excellent high school show, but I will not consider it as a Broadway
musical show. It did make me laugh, thanks there is still a professional character genie made
this show alive. and I realized that also Jafar has a good voice, while Aladdin and Jasmine`s
voice don`t match to each other. Besides, Jasmine left me an arrogant princess feeling, maybe
her act is too exaggerated, and her voice is not gentle enough. Aladdin makes me feeling not
the humble boy from Disney movie. But all in all, I still have to say the dances and the stage
design are fantastic, so we still enjoy the musical show regardless of the singing.
Jason Wright from Los Angeles, California
IT WAS OK BUT NOT BROADWAY WORTHY
If you've ever seen the Alladin show at
California adventure, it is so much better
than this theatrical version.
The first part, prior to intermission was
enjoyable. As others have said , the genie
wakes up the audience and does a great job.
Friend Like Me, could have been done with a
bit more pizzazz, but it did have me smiling.
After the Intermission things take a turn for
The Prince Ali song is ok, but no where near
the production value you'd expect from a
You don't really see alot of the genie after
the intermission, which is disappointing.
Much of the comedy you had in the movie is
lost. A whole new world scene was beautiful,
but felt very cold.
They at least could have made the carpet an
actual character to add to the comedy.
The final battle between Jafar and Alladin is
really non existent. Jafar does 2 quick
wardrobe changes, then it's over. No battle
takes place, no climatic ending. Just over.
BB from Los Angeles, California
NOT AS GOOD AS I WAS HOPING
They tried so hard to fit so much stuff into
such a small time frame. The whole cast was
speaking abnormally fast for most of the
show and even running out of breath. The
fight choreography could have had more
thought put into it. The Jasmine that was
casted for the Los Angeles show seems to
have gotten the part due to her looks rather
than singing, it wasn't horrible obviously, but
it wasn't lead worthy in my amateur opinion.
All of her songs took me out of the would be
magic of the show and all I could focus on
was her nasal singing accompanied with the
aggressive breaths that were taking before
each line sung.
The adaptation was creative. All other cast
members were wonderful. The sets ranged
from decent to amazing. The costumes were
spectacular. The humor was corny for the
kids, but also equally witty for the mature
crowd. Genie was amazing.
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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