Purchase Aladdin
A Musical Fairy Tale Script for Children

by Charles Robertson
Music and Lyrics by
Michael K Myers

Aladdin Script

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Aladdin is a poor boy, reduced to eating what he can steal and the scraps that his mother manages to cook for supper. Along comes an evil wizard called Uncle who convinces the boy to go on a dangerous journey to rescue a lost magic lamp. They decide that they need a camel for this hot and dangerous mission, but they end up with Arthur who proves to be not much as a beast of burden but as a talking, singing and tap dancing camel, Arthur is a hit. Aladdin takes his new-found Uncle and his camel, home with him. His mother is not too pleased. Too many mouths to feed. But she relents especially when she hears that Uncle is a long-lost brother to her late husband. Uncle and Aladdin set off across the desert to find the magic lamp, Arthur has a hard time keeping up. When they finally reach the cave in which lies the lamp, Aladdin is told to go inside but he is warned not to touch anything. Just get the lamp and give it to Uncle. Inside the cave, Aladdin encounters temptation, in the form of food and water and precious gems. Aladdin thinks he has found the magic lamp and hands it up to Uncle. Uncle then reveals himself for the evil sorcerer that he is, by sealing Aladdin and Arthur in the cave. Unknown to Aladdin, he has given Uncle a very unmagical lamp. In the cave Aladdin finds another lamp with an inscription on it. He rubs the dirt off the lamp to read the inscription and he comes face to face with a Genie This magical creature will grant the bearer of the lamp any wish. Aladdin, Arther and The Genie take a magic carpet ride back home. Little does Aladdin know, his troubles are just beginning. Throw in a beautiful princess and a king and you have a recipe for magical mayhem.

Michael K Myers has written some catchy songs that children love. A rock and jazz musician Michael manages to bring upbeat tunes to the fairy tale. Songs such as Camelot sung by a used camel salesman. I have so much wealth sung by the king, and Genie sung by the genie Aladdin and Arthur as they fly over the desert on their magic carpet. The songs are simple and easy to learn.



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