Aladdin JR


Disney’s Aladdin JR. is based on the 1992 Academy Award®-winning film and the 2014 hit Broadway show about the “diamond in the rough” street rat who learns that his true worth lies deep within.

The story you know and love has been given the royal treatment! Aladdin and his three friends, Babkak, Omar, and Kassim, are down on their luck until Aladdin discovers a magic lamp and the Genie who has the power to grant three wishes. Wanting to earn the respect of the princess, Jasmine, Aladdin embarks on an adventure that will test his will and his moral character. With expanded characters, new songs, and more thrills, this new adaptation of the beloved story will open up “a whole new world” for your young performers!

Camp Information

July 20 – July 31, 2020

Performances: Thursday, July 30 (at 7 pm) and Friday, July 31 (at 2 pm & 7 pm)

  • Ages 8 – 18
  • 10 days, with extended days on July 30 and July 31
  • July 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29; 9 am – 4 pm
  • On Thursday, July 30th and Friday, July 31st, performers will attend from 9 am until after the evening performances
  • Cost: $795, plus a $65 production fee (payable in increments – see payment details below)
    • Siblings – $740, plus a $40 production fee
  • Production Fee includes a t-shirt, archival DVD and 2 tickets to one performance
  • Location: Chantilly, VA
  • Optional – Extended Day – 7 am – 9 am  OR 4 pm – 6 pm; Contact us for registration and details
  • Non-Refundable Deposit: $100, due at registration
  • Non-Refundable Production Fee: $65, due at registration ($40 for each sibling)
  • Those who register by April 3rd, may attend the Beginner Audition Workshop free of charge; or the Intermediate Audition Class for half price.
  • Auditions are required.  All students who register will receive a part, regardless of the audition.  The auditions are to help us determine which parts match best to which students.  Please see the Auditions page for all of the details.
  • All payments received are non-refundable


Please register on-line. A $100 non-refundable deposit, along with a $65 performance fee ($40 for siblings), will be applied at registration. See schedule below for payments. Please register early to ensure your spot!

[themify_box ]Total payment is $860 ($795 plus $65 performance fee). Siblings are $780 ($740 tuition plus $40 performance fee). All payments made are non-refundable and non-transferable[/themify_box]
[themify_box]Note:  Those registering by April 1st can attend the beginner audition class free of charge.[/themify_box]

Making Payments

Send a check, made out to Not Just Dance, to:

Not Just Dance
4425 Brookfield Corporate Dr
Suite 500
Chantilly, VA 20151
If you’d like to pay with a credit card, and set up automatic payments on the due dates – either set up payment information in the parent portal, or contact our office at 571-392-3209.

Extended Day

Pre-Camp: 7 am – 9 am – $205/student
Post-Camp, Afternoon Session: 3 pm – 6 pm – $295/student
Both Sessions: $450/student

Note: Not Just Dance reserves the right to cancel extended day if there is not enough interest in this program.

Payment Plan

Note: you will be contacted once you register to discuss which payment option you’d like – pay in full or this payment plan. If you would like pay in full, you have option on the parent portal. If you would like to use the payment plan, the Not Just Dance staff will process payments for you. Full payment will be due at time of registration if registration is after April 1, 2020.

$165 – Due at registration (non-refundable, non-transferable)
$215 – February 1, 2020 (non-refundable, non-transferable)
$240 – March 1, 2020 (non-refundable, non-transferable)
$240 – April 1, 2020 (non-refundable, non-transferable)

Please contact us to make other arrangements, including payments for extended day options.

Full Synopsis

Genie and the Agrabahns welcome us to Agrabah, introducing Aladdin and his penniless pals, Babkak, Omar, and Kassim; Princess Jasmine and her doting father, the Sultan; and the evil Jafar and Iago (“Overture / Arabian Nights”). Inside the marketplace, a Shop Owner berates the hungry Aladdin for stealing a loaf of bread, causing Razoul and his Guards to chase after him and his pals (“One Jump Ahead”) until they escape. Afterward, when an Apple Vendor reviles two Beggars, Aladdin offers them his bread and defends them when Prince Abdullah shoves them out of his way (“One Jump Ahead – Reprise / Proud of Your Boy”).

In the palace, Jafar plots with Iago to become Sultan, as Jasmine rejects Prince Abdullah, and the Sultan declares that she must marry by the next moon. Frustrated, Jasmine confides in her attendants — Isir, Manal, and Rajah — who encourage her to open up to experiences beyond the palace (“These Palace Walls”). As Jasmine disguises herself and takes off to heed their advice, Jafar and Iago invoke an incantation, and a Spooky Voice reveals that Aladdin is the key to finding a magic lamp that will grant Jafar the power to become Sultan.

In the marketplace, Aladdin and his friends put on a show in hope of earning some money (“Babkak, Omar, Aladdin, Kassim”). When Aladdin notices the seemingly out-of-place Jasmine and offers to show her around the marketplace, Jasmine unthinkingly takes an apple from a vendor, catching the attention of the guards. The two escape together and share their mutual experience of feeling “trapped.” When the guards discover and detain them, Jasmine reveals herself to be the Princess and is escorted back to the palace, vowing to get Aladdin released. In disguise, Jafar and Iago pay off the guards and lead Aladdin to the Cave of Wonders, where he is instructed to fetch only the lamp. Distracted by the treasures, Aladdin becomes trapped within the cave until he rubs the lamp and releases the all-powerful Genie (“Friend Like Me”), who helps him escape. Granting the first of Aladdin’s three wishes, Genie transforms him into Prince Ali Ababwa, which Aladdin hopes will help him to woo Jasmine.

Back at the palace, Jafar, thinking that Aladdin is still trapped in the cave, informs a despondent Jasmine that the boy’s sentence has already been carried out. Just then, Aladdin and his friends make a grand entrance as Prince Ali with his Entourage (“Prince Ali”), but his demeanor offends Jasmine, who storms off. Frustrated, Aladdin lashes out at his friends, who in turn abandon him and leave the palace.

Later, on the Princess’s balcony, Prince Ali gains Jasmine’s trust and invites her on a magic carpet ride (“A Whole New World”). After bidding her farewell, Aladdin is arrested by Jafar for trespassing in the Princess’s private chambers.

Omar, returning to help Aladdin, witnesses his arrest and runs to tell his pals, who pledge to help him (“High Adventure”), but they, too, are detained as they storm the palace. Aladdin uses his second wish, and Genie frees them all.

Aladdin vows to tell Jasmine the truth, but changes his mind when she tells him he is to become Sultan after they wed. Unsure of his own moral character and ability, Aladdin fears he may need his third wish to succeed as a ruler. After a disappointed Genie turns his back on Aladdin and retreats into the lamp, Aladdin weighs his options, and ultimately runs off to tell Jasmine the truth. He leaves behind the lamp, which Jafar and Iago gleefully take.

At the wedding, Jafar reveals Prince Ali’s real identity (“Prince Ali – Reprise”) and demands that Genie make him Sultan. Aladdin then tricks him into wishing
 to become the most powerful genie of all time — forever trapping him inside his own lamp. Using his last wish, Aladdin frees Genie; and the Sultan, moved by Aladdin’s courage and Jasmine’s wisdom, alters the law so that the Princess can rule Agrabah and marry whomever she chooses. Picking Aladdin, Jasmine and all of Agrabah live happily, and freely, ever after (“Finale”).