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Aladdin to Celebrate European Premiere in Hamburg on 6 December

Curtains will be raised on Sundayat Neue Flora Hamburg for Disney's third musical to make it to Hamburg's world-famous stages

Stage Entertainment Germany will celebrate the European premiere of Disney Theatrical’s Tony Award winning musical Aladdin at the Stage Theater Neue Flora in Hamburg on 6 December 2015.

Third Disney Musical In Hamburg

Disney’s Aladdin made its Broadway debut at the New Amsterdam Theater on 20 March, 2014, to rave reviews. “We are delighted to bring yet another Disney hit to Germany after the incredible success of The Lion King and Tarzan in Hamburg”, says Uschi Neuss, managing director of Stage Entertainment Germany. “The Hanseatic City is one of the world’s leading musical capitals and the perfect location for a European premiere of this much-loved musical. The Lion King and Tarzan alone have attracted over 14 million visitors, and there is no end in sight. Aladdin is the perfect addition to our programming in Hamburg.”

Highly Praised Production

Disney’s Aladdin first opened on Broadway in March 2014 to great critical acclaim and has played to full houses ever since. The musical is based on the 1992 Disney animated film of the same name and features music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin, who also wrote the book.

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Hamburg - Germany's musical capital

Stage Entertainment’s Hamburg productions attract a combined audience of around two million people each year. Stage Entertainment estimates another 650,000 visitors per year when the new Stage Theatre on the banks of the Elbe opened in autumn 2014. According to Stage Entertainment, Disney’s “The Lion King” is by far the most successful long-run musical Hamburg has ever seen. Having attracted more than ten million visitors since it launched here in 2001, it meanwhile surpassed classics such as “Cats” (6.2 million visitors) and “Phantom of the Opera” (6.8 million visitors),

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