William H. Mortensen Hall | Hartford, Connecticut
If you love high-quality theatrical productions, then you can’t lose-out when Tony Award winning show Aladdin brings their raw talent and incredible style back to Hartford, Connecticut to perform live on the stunning Mortensen Hall at Bushnell Theatre stage. This awesome show will premiere on Tuesday 8th November 2022 and is guaranteed to deliver a night of talent that you can’t find anywhere else. This theatrical company has a history of performing for sold-out crowds, so this may be your last chance to see this awesome team perform a show packed with songs you’ve loved for the past 25 years, there’s romance, mystery and a whole lot of magic. If you love the theater, then how could you miss out? Don’t let this limited-time event pass you by. Click the Buy Tickets button here and order yourself the best seats in the house for this event!
This is precisely what you wished for! The hit Broadway musical Disney’s Aladdin, playing for you live at Mortensen Hall at Bushnell Theatre in Hartford on Tuesday 8th November 2022. “Pure genie-us!” says USA Today and, “Fabulous and extravagant!” Says The New York Times. Hold onto your magic carpet and fly away to the Arabian city of Agrabah, a fully assorted city of aristocrats, merchants and cut-throats. Land near the useless common thief Aladdin, as he gets trapped in the evil plan by the Sultan's Grand Vizier, Jafar, who wishes to usurp the throne and steal away the striking Princess Jasmin for himself. Aladdin manages to free himself from the Cave of Wonder with a little help from a powerful Genie, then becomes the wealthy Prince Ali, to woo the stunning Princess Jasmin. The unbelievable happens and the criminal Jafar gets his hands on the lamp and whoever holds the lamp controls the Genie! Jafar becomes the new extraordinarily powerful sorcerer Sultan of Agrabah and whisks away the exquisite Princess Jasmin for himself! How will Aladdin defeat the criminal Grand vizier and free the exquisite Princess Jasmin, or will this yarn end in tears and destruction for the city of Agrabah?