Disney’s Aladdin KIDS
Vendors welcome us to the marketplace of Agrabah and transform into the characters of our story (“Arabian Nights”). Princess Jasmine must choose a husband by tomorrow night or be forced to marry the Royal Vizier, Jafar. Jafar hatches a plan with his parrot, Iago, to use the lamp from the Cave of Wonders to steal the throne from the Sultan. As the Tiger God pronounces that only the “diamond in the rough” can take the lamp, Jafar sees a vision of Aladdin stealing a load of bread. While escaping from the angry mob of Vendors, Aladdin runs into Princess Jasmine in disguise (“One Jump Ahead”). Finally caught by the Palace Guards, Jasmine reveals her identity, trying in vain to save her new friend Aladdin (“One Jump Ahead – Reprise”). Jafar releases Aladdin from jail, on the condition that he retrieve the lamp. In the Cave of Wonders, the very hungry Aladdin takes a banana, which causes the cave to trap him inside. Aladdin rubs the lamp for some light, which releases the Genie, who offers him three wishes (“Friend Like Me”). Aladdin wishes first to escape and second to become a prince. The flying carpet Avis arrives and takes Aladdin and Genie back to Agrabah.
Jasmine argues with Jafar and the Sultan about Aladdin when a new suitor arrives (“Prince Ali”). Although she is initially put-off by Prince Ali, Jasmine soon warms to him, and he takes her on a magical carpet ride (“A Whole New World”). Back at the palace, Jafar has taken the lamp and become the Genie’s new master. Prince Ali challenges Jafar, who has used one of his wishes to turn himself into a powerful sorcerer. Jafar accepts Prince Ali’s challenge, but reveals that he is really Aladdin (“Prince Ali – Reprise”). Aladdin tricks Jafar into using his final wish to turn himself into a powerful genie. Bound by the laws of the lamp, Jafar is imprisoned. Aladdin then uses his final wish to set the Genie free. Inspired by Aladdin’s selflessness, the Sultan changes the law, allowing the princess to marry whomever she would like. Jasmine chooses… Aladdin (“Finale”).