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Visual Story for Disneys Aladdin
The show lasts for 2 hours and 30 minutes including a 20 minute break (which is
called an interval)
Welcome to the Prince Edward Theatre! Theatre staff will great you at the
There will be lots of people coming to see the show so the foyer areas may be
busy and noisy.
Our friendly ushers will look at your tickets and show you where to go. An usher
is someone who works for the theatre and wears a red waistcoat.
From the foyer area you will need to go up or downstairs to the level your seats
are on. There are three levels, the Stalls, the Dress Circle and the Grand Circle.
There are toliets and refreshment areas on each level
Volunteers from The National Autistic Society and from Disney will be on hand if
you need assistance.
There are spaces on all three levels will be open before the show and can be
used as chill-out areas during the performance.
When you reach the doors to the auditiorum, ushers will look at your tickets to
tell you where your seats are.
This is inside the auditorium. The numbers and letters on your tickets tell you
where your seats are, it is not a choice.
The auditorium will get busy and may get loud as excited people take their seats
and wait for the show to begin.
When it is time for the show to start you will hear a voice asking everyone to
turn off their mobile phones, the theatre will get darker .
When the lights go down you need to be as quiet as you can.
If the music is too loud you can cover ears or use defenders if youve brought
People will clap to show the actors that they enjoyed the song. You can clap
too if you like.
Its showtime! The show is full of music and dancing, after each song the audience may clap. The performance includes many dramatic effects and some loud noises.
Remember that the characters on stage are being played by actors, they are not real.
The show is divided into two halves, Act One and Act Two.There are several songs in each act, with scenes linking the songs together.
The list of songs is:
Some people like to listen to a recording of the songs before they see a show like Aladdin, but some people prefer to enjoy the songs for the first time in the theatre.
You can listen to the songs on the cast recording CD, or online using a service such as Spotify.
ACT ONEARABIAN NIGHTS
Sung by: Genie, Company
ONE JUMP AHEADSung by: Aladdin, Ensemble
PROUD OF YOUR BOYSung by: Aladdin
THESE PALACE WALLSSung by: Jasmine, Female Attendants
BABKAK, OMAR, ALADDIN, KASSIMSung by: Babkak, Omar, Aladdin, Kassim,
A MILLION MILES AWAYSung by: Aladdin, Jasmine
DIAMOND IN THE ROUGHSung by: Jafar, Iago, Aladdin
FRIEND LIKE MESung by: Genie, Aladdin, Ensemble
ACT ONE FINALESung by: Genie, Aladdin
PRINCE ALISung by: Babkak, Omar, Kassim, Genie,
A WHOLE NEW WORLDSung by: Aladdin, Jasmine
HIGH ADVENTURESung by: Babkak, Omar, Kassim, Ensemble
SOMEBODYS GOT YOUR BACKSung by: Genie, Aladdin, Babkak, Omar,
PROUD OF YOUR BOY(REPRISE)Sung by: Aladdin
PRINCE ALI(SULTAN REPRISE)Sung by: Sultan, Company
PRINCE ALI(JAFAR REPRISE)Sung by: Jafar
FINALE ULTIMOSung by: The Company
There will be 20 minute break in the show, called an interval, where you can
use the toliet and have a drink or a snack
Return to your seat before the second part of the show begins. Again it can be
busy and loud.
At the end of the show the audience will clap and the actors will take a bow,
this is called a curtain call.
When you leave the theatre, remember to take everything with you. You might
not leave the same way that you entered the theatre.
We hope that you have an amazing time at Disneys Aladdin!