The cast of Aladdin performed with delight and engaged with the audience throughout the show. I loved that there was no stage sets used. The scene was set through dialogue and minimal props. The personalities of all the characters shined throughout the story with lots of wit and humor. The kids in the audience seemed to really enjoy the show (I know my girls did) as I looked around and saw kids and adults smiling and laughing out loud throughout the theatre. It was a wonderful way to spend the afternoon.
You can see Aladdin, Willy Wonka or Pinocchio or all three family shows this summer. We have a great deal if you want to see all three shows in the post below. Are you as excited as we are for the summer line-up at NYCB Theatre Westbury?
The iconic “King of the Waltz” Returns For Eleven Concerts in September 2018 and one of the venues he will be performing at is our very own NYCB Live in Uniondale.
On stage André’s incredible musical prowess, passion and charisma make for a magical spectacle. His romantic and fun shows are the only ones where people regularly jump to their feet and dance in the aisles. It’s not uncommon to see devoted American fans laughing, weeping, clapping, dancing and embracing when they listen to the beautiful waltzes, film scores, spirituals, musicals, folk songs and marches and André’s precious Stradivarius violin from 1732; his shows are a perfect mix of thrilling, romantic, festive and emotional melodies combined with surprises, balloons, beautiful soloists and of course André’s great sense of humor.
The inner child in you will be excited and your children will be freaking out with excitement as they see their favorite superheroes and villians in action right in front of their eyes. My fellow Long Islanders the show is happening until April 1st and I highly recommend getting tickets! A show you won’t want to miss.