Articles on ‘Aladdin’

Kinky Boots and Aladdin on the move

Kinky Boots. Australia. Photo by Matthew Murphy.

Major musicals Kinky Boots and Aladdin both completed their Australian premiere engagements last night and the hit shows are set to switcheroo next month. Aladdin, which has been playing at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre since August 2016, is set to transfer to Melbourne’s Her Majesty’s Theatre in April while Kinky Boots will strut out of Her Majesty’s and… Read more.


Make way for Aladdin! Disney’s hit musical will tour to Melbourne

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Aladdin, Genie, Jasmine and the citizens of Agrabah will be heading to Melbourne for a highly anticipated season at Her Majesty’s Theatre from April 2017. Disney Theatrical Productions have confirmed that Aladdin – The Musical will be moving to Melbourne following the completion of its debut Sydney season at the Capitol Theatre, Haymarket. The enormous cast of… Read more.


Aladdin the Musical – Capitol Theatre

Ainsley Melham as Aladdin. Photo By Deen van Meer.

Disney’s Aladdin the Musical, based on the beloved 1992 film, is an incredible spectacle that’s focused more on its visual impact than its storytelling – the definition of ‘style over substance’. It’s the well-known story: ‘street rat’ Aladdin (an eager Ainsley Melham) who meets Princess Jasmine (an earnest Arielle Jacobs) by chance in the marketplace. Both feel… Read more.


Jasmine announced for Aladdin The Musical

Arielle Jacobs: Jasmine

Aladdin The Musical announced yesterday that Arielle Jacobs will play the role of Jasmine in the upcoming Australian production, headed to the Capitol Theatre. The broadway actress has previously appeared as Nessarose in WICKED, Nina Rosario in In the Heights, Nina in High School Musical, and the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods. Arielle’s brother, Adam Jacobs, is currently appearing as Aladdin on Broadway…. Read more.



Australian Aladdin cast announced

Aladdin, Toronto 2013

Disney’s beloved animated movie Aladdin was a critical box office smash when it was released, grossing over $500 million worldwide (not adjusted for inflation) and becoming the highest-grossing film of 1992. 24 years later, the well-known story of street urchin Aladdin, his Genie and his Princess Jasmine is coming to Australia’s live stages and the cast have… Read more.


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