Disney’s Aladdin, the hit Broadway musical, has welcomed some new stars to both the Broadway and North American tour casts.

  • For the Broadway show, Clinton Greenspan will take over the title role while Major Attaway returns to the role of Genie a part he previously held on Broadway from February 2016 – February 2019.
  • Both Greenspan and Attaway join the Broadway cast directly from playing their respective roles on the North American tour.
  • Greenspan, who is making his Broadway debut, will play his first performance on Friday, September 13.
  • Attaway’s first performance will be Monday, September 23.  Michael James Scott, the current Genie, will play his final performance on Sunday, September 22.
  • Greenspan is an original Aladdin North American tour cast member, starting in the ensemble before assuming the title role.
  • The Broadway company also stars Arielle Jacobs (In the Heights, Wicked) as Jasmine, and Tony Award nominee Jonathan Freeman (Mary Poppins,The Producers, She Loves Me) as Jafar, bringing to the stage the role he indelibly created in the animated film.

  • Foro the North American Tour, Jonah Hoʻokano will star in the title role, succeeding Greenspan, while Korie Lee Blossey will replace Attaway in the role of Genie.
  • Hoʻokano and Blossey begin performances as Aladdin and Genie, respectively, on September 10 in Charlotte, NC, where the tour will begin a limited three-week engagement at The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.
  • Blossey was the original Standby Genie and Sultan on the Aladdin North American tour.
  • Hoʻokano will reunite with Kaena Kekoa (Jasmine), with whom he previously performed in their native Hawaii.

  • The North American tour company also stars
    • Jonathan Weir as Jafar
    • Reggie De Leon as Iago
    • Jerald Vincent as Sultan
    • Zach Bencal as Babkak
    • Ben Chavez as Omar
    • Colt Prattes as Kassim
    • Jeremy Gaston as Standby Genie
    • Adam Stevenson as Standby Jafar & Sultan
    • Frank Viveros as Standby Genie & Babkak
  • Aladdin, the hit musical based on the Academy Award-winning animated film, opened on Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theatre to critical acclaim on March 20, 2014.
 
 

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