Disney's Aladdin to Launch Newly Configured Tour in 2021
New audiences will now be able to experience the hit Broadway musical.
Disney Theatrical Productions announced today that a newly configured North American tour of Aladdin is scheduled to launch in fall 2021, allowing the hit Broadway musical to entertain new audiences in cities and venues which were not previously able to accommodate the production.
The current Aladdin North American tour will play 11 additional engagements (Austin, Baltimore, East Lansing, Fort Lauderdale, Greenville, Kansas City, Memphis, Orlando, Providence, San Antonio and Tampa) before playing its final performance on April 26, 2020 at the Music Hall in Kansas City, Missouri. By the time the tour concludes it will have played a total of 1,255 performances in 43 cities over three years since launching in Chicago in April 2017.
Information concerning engagement dates, venues, and casting for the tour will be announced at a later date.
The touring production features 16 cast members who have been with the show since its 2017 launch: Korie Lee Blossey (Genie), Jonathan Weir (Jafar), Reggie De Leon (Iago), Zach Bencal (Babkak), Adam Stevenson (Standby Jafar & Sultan) and ensemble members Michael Bullard, Michael Callahan, Bobby Daye, Mathew deGuzman, Albert Jennings, Kenway Hon Wai K. Kua, Jason Scott Macdonald, Angelina Mullins, Celina Nightengale, Annie Wallace, and Michelle West.
The cast of 35 also includes Jonah Ho'okano (Aladdin), Kaena Kekoa (Jasmine), Jerald Vincent (Sultan), Ben Chavez (Omar), Colt Prattes (Kassim), Jeremy Gaston (Standby Genie), Frank Viveros (standby Genie, Sultan, and Babkak) and ensemble members Cornelius Davis, Max B. Ehrlich, Carissa Fiorillo, Keisha Gilles, Erik Hernandez, Orianna Hilliard, Cameron Hobbs, Cameron Mitchell Jackson, Xavier McKinnon, Cassidy Stoner, Liv Symone, and Zach Williams.