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‘Aladdin’ gets big changes for Broadway debut

‘Aladdin’ gets big changes for Broadway debut By Gregory E. Miller Genie’s not the only aspect of 1992’s “Aladdin” to earn a face-lift for the Great White Way. Here are six more changes… Sorry, no pets allowed. The stage version does not feature any animals, save for a couple of elaborate peacocks. That means fan-favorite movie […]

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Why Disney never wishes upon a Star.

By Ken Davenport March 6, 2014 About a month ago, I did an article that got a lot of views about Disney Theatrical’s out-of-town tryout strategy.  And a few months before that, I did another one about their new customer service ticket exchange policy. Since I’m not one to break the rule of threes-threes-threes, I […]

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ALADDIN Broadway star Adam Jacobs talks theater tricks, fatherhood

By Joseph V. Amodio March 5, 2014 To call Adam Jacobs busy right now would be a huuuge understatement. The young actor is juggling two leading roles — the first, as the title character in “Aladdin,” the new musical based on the Disney animated film, which opens at the New Amsterdam Theatre March 20. The […]

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