Disney's Aladdin Dual Language Edition

Disney's Aladdin Dual Language Edition

Book by  Jim Luigs and José Cruz González
Music by  Alan Menken
Lyrics by  Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
Music Adapted, Arranged, and Orchestrated by   Bryan Louiselle
Based on the 1992 Disney Film Aladdin and lyric translations by Walterio Pezqueira p

1 Act, Book Musical, Rated G
Dual Language Edition/Edición de Lenguaje Dual

Bienvenidos a Agrabah! The rollicking Disney adventure is told in Spanish and English. (Spanish/English Language Version)

Disney's Aladdin Dual Language Edition features the Academy-Award winning score from Disney's animated classic, with lyrics in both Spanish and English. This bilingual adaptation has been a smash hit in schools and regional productions, including Houston's Theatre Under the Stars.

Disney's Aladdin DLE features a revamped plot that creates dramatic necessity for the bilingual script. Our story begins centuries ago, when the royalty of Agrabah spoke one language and the citizens another. Communication is impossible without translation - which is controlled by the evil vizier, Jafar. When the rebellious princess, Jazmin, and a delinquent street rat, Aladdin, meet in the marketplace, they find something special in one another. Together they work to transcend the barriers between them, and with a little magic, help create a better future for themselves and for Agrabah.

This touching musical adventure will thrill both Spanish and English-speaking audiences. The show has a flexible sized ensemble cast that features roles for children, roles for teens, and star turns. Disney's Aladdin DLE has a strong track record as a community favorite and educational staple, using musical theater to engage audiences and promote language skills.

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