Aladdin

Aladdin Tickets

The beloved Disney story is brought to thrilling theatrical life.

HIGH DEMAND

Currently playing on Broadway at New Amsterdam Theatre

This show is currently in high demand and doesn’t have discount codes. to our newsletter for updates.

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Regular Tickets

Tickets from $74

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If you can't find a discount offer that meets your needs then purchasing regular priced tickets might be your best option. The key benefit is that you aren't limited to any discount offer constraints when looking for tickets, and you'll have secured your tickets in advance.

Digital Lottery

Tickets just $35

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A limited number of $35 tickets are available through a digital lottery.


  • Lottery opens at 7pm on the day prior to the performance and closes at 8:30am on the day of the performance
  • Winners will have a 60 minute window to claim and purchase tickets online.
  • Tickets must be purchased by credit card
  • Limit two tickets per person
  • Photo ID required
  • Entrants must be at least 18 years of age
  • Note that multiple entries from the same entrant will result in disqualification.

Getting Discounts with TKTS®

Up to 50% off

Aladdin is frequently listed at the TKTS booth, however on any given day there may not be ticket availability. Please check the TKTS website's live listing for information or visit the TKTS booth in-person.


TKTS is a discount ticket booth located in Times Square and the Lincoln Center that specializes in selling same-day tickets to Broadway and Off-Broadway shows at discounted prices. TKTS offers tickets at up to 50% off the regular price and has become a popular option for tourists and locals. Each location offers ticket sales but one location may offer tickets that the other location doesn't offer and vice versa. The Times Square location often has the greater quantity of ticketing options, but use their app or check their website to get up-to-date information.

Tickets at New Amsterdam Theatre

The New Amsterdam Theatre was built in 1903 by producers A.L. Erlanger and Marcus Klaw and was designed by architects Herts and Tallent. With 1,702 seats, it was the largest theater on Broadway at the time of its completion. In the 1930s, the theater closed as a result of the Great Depression and was soon after converted to a movie house.


The building was purchased by the Shubert Organization in 1982 but remained in disrepair until the city and state of New York won the property in a court ruling. Under a new 99-year lease, Disney reopened the theater in 1997. Along with the Lyceum Theatre, the New Amsterdam Theatre is the oldest theater on Broadway.

Address

214 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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How to Get Discounts at the Box Office

Aladdin doesn't have any active discounts. However, you may visit their box office in-person to save fees. As always, if you do not have flexibility we advise making a purchase in advance to secure your tickets.

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About Aladdin on Broadway

Venue

New Amsterdam Theatre
214 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
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Duration

2 hours and 30 minutes (with 1 intermission)

Audience

Ages 6 and up

Previews

Feb. 26, 2014

Opening

March 20, 2014

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Story for Aladdin

Aladdin has arrived on Broadway, and audiences and critics agree: This show is a hit!

The producers of The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Newsies have brought the beloved story of Aladdin to thrilling theatrical life in this bold new musical comedy. The New York Times calls it “Fabulous!” and “Extravagant!” and The Huffington Post says it’s “One of the most delirious things of its kind in years!” With exhilarating choreography, show-stopping performances and astonishing visual effects, Aladdin is, as NBC-TV declares, “Exactly what you wished for!”

A Whole New World

The beloved story is brought to thrilling theatrical life in this bold new musical. With just one rub of a magic lamp, Aladdin's journey sweeps you into an exotic world full of daring adventure, classic comedy and timeless romance. It's an unforgettable experience that includes all the cherished songs from the Academy Award-winning score and more written especially for Broadway.

A Whole New Way

This brand-new stage production is directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw, and composed by Tony Award winner Alan Menken. It features lyrics penned by the legendary Howard Ashman and Tony Award winner Tim Rice, with book and additional lyrics by Chad Beguelin. Aladdin also showcases an incomparable design team with exquisite sets, costumes and lighting by multiple Tony Award winners Bob Crowley, Gregg Barnes and Natasha Katz.

Know Before You Go to Aladdin

Aladdin is a gorgeously produced show that’s a delight from start to finish. The beloved characters from Disney’s 1992 animated hit are given fresh life on the New Amsterdam Theatre stage, including the “Friend Like Me” Genie, who leads two show-stopping musical numbers. The costumes and set design are among the most beautiful on Broadway, and Aladdin and Jasmine’s magic carpet ride to “A Whole New World” inspires gasps of delight. Seven new songs help flesh out a story that keeps audiences entranced all the way through to its happily-ever-after ending.

Critics’ Reviews for Aladdin

"It's spritely directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, well sung by a huge 35-person cast wearing an alarming number of harem pants, and hits that sweet spot Disney Theatrical Productions do so well, a saccharine fairy tale for the kids cut by some sly, vinegary quips for their parents."

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press

"The carpet flies, kids, and it's awesome. Such awesomeness, of course, is to be expected from 'Aladdin,' Disney's latest Broadway translation of a beloved animated fantasy. But what's a whole new world, as the song promises, is the almost modest, down-to-earth human scale of director-choreographer Casey Nicholaw's big, cheerful production -- an enjoyable throwback to old-time musical comedy."

Linda Winer, Newsday

"Billing notwithstanding, the real star of 'Aladdin' is James Monroe Iglehart, who plays the guy in the lamp, a part that was voiced in the movie by Robin Williams at his most frenetic. Mr. Iglehart is just as energetic, though his approach is different: His Genie is a hopped-up cross between Fats Waller and Cab Calloway. 'Friend Like Me,' his big first-act number, comes within a cat's whisker of stopping the show."

Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal

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