Aladdin Broadway Musical Casting Call

The first round for auditions for the upcoming Aladdin Musical on New York’s Broadway has been announced to be over 2 weeks. Held at the Pearl Studios potentional “Aladdins” and “Jasmines” as expected to do their thing on Wednesday, February 13, Thursday, February 14 and Friday, February 15, 2013.
Tara Rubin Casting seeks the key roles as following.

ALADDIN
20s, any ethnicity. Clever, resourceful street urchin with a heart of gold; best friends with Babkak, Omar and Kassim; seeks a life beyond the confines of poverty. Soaring bari-tenor voice.

JASMINE
20s, any ethnicity. Intelligent young princess with insight beyond her years and station; seeks a life beyond the confines of privilege. Fantastic belter that can mix through the break to soprano.

BABKAK
20s, any ethnicity. Chubby, romantic desert dweller, part of Aladdin’s band; the “Crosby” of this Arabian “Road” picture, although perhaps with a bit more flair. Power tenor.

OMAR
20s, any ethnicity. Nervous, thin, reedy desert dweller, part of Aladdin’s band; the “Lamour.” Bari-tenor.

GENIE
30s-40s, any ethnicity. Quick-witted, fast-talking, ancient genie who knows all time and place; an old-school song-and-dance man.

SULTAN
50s, any ethnicity. Kind-hearted, widowed ruler of Agrabah; gets so caught up in following the law and tradition that he overlooks his daughter Jasmine’s desires and gets swindled by his own vizier.

More details at Playbill.