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DISNEY’S ALADDIN – THE MUSICAL AUTISM-FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE

DISNEY’S ALADDIN – THE MUSICAL AUTISM-FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE

Aladdin is the must-see show of the year and “Broadway’s biggest new hit!” (Entertainment Weekly)

Disney in association with Autism Awareness Australia will present an autism-friendly performance of Aladdin – the Musical on Saturday 4 March 2017 @ 1.30pm, Capitol Theatre Sydney. This specially adapted performance will be suitable for people on the autism spectrum to see the award-winning production in a friendly and supportive environment. Trained staff will be on hand in dedicated quiet zones and activity areas, should anyone need to leave their seats.

Slight adjustments to the production include removal of strobe lighting and pyrotechnics, reduction of any jarring sounds, and lights focused into the audience, house lights being dimmed and flexibility to bring your own snacks.
From the producer of The Lion King, the beloved story of Aladdin comes to thrilling theatrical life in this bold new musical comedy. The New York Times says it’s “Fabulous!” and “Extravagant!” and USA Today call it “Pure Genie-us!” With exhilarating choreography, show-stopping production numbers and astonishing visual effects. Disney’s Aladdin is, as NBC-TV declares, “Exactly what you wished for!”

A range of family friendly pricing will be offered for this performance, starting from $50 per ticket.

Tickets go on sale 9am Wednesday, 9 November 2016

How to Book
Online

Phone:
Ticketmaster
1300 889 278
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.

In Person:
Capitol Theatre Box Office
02 9320 5000
13 Campbell St Haymarket
Mon to Fri 9.00am to 5.00pm

Disney Theatrical Productions under the direction of Thomas Schumacher presents Aladdin, music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, book and additional lyrics by Chad Beguelin at Capitol Theatre Sydney, starring: Ainsley Melham (Aladdin), Michael James Scott (Genie), Arielle Jacobs (Jasmine), Troy Sussman (Babkak), Adam Jon Fiorentino (Kassim), Robert Tripolino (Omar), Adam Murphy (Jafar), Aljin Abella (Iago) and George Henare (Sultan) directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw