By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)Broadway is back, and Disney’s “Aladdin” is ready to spread a little magic.

The musical, based on the Oscar-winning animated movie, first opened on Broadway in 2014.

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“Aladdin” resumed performances Tuesday at the New Amsterdam Theatre.

“We’re getting to tell the story we’ve been telling for a long time, but now in a new way,” actor Michael James Scott, who plays the Genie, told CBS2 earlier this month.

Disney’s “The Lion King” returned on Sept. 14.

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Disney’s “Frozen” was also running on Broadway before shows closed due to the COVID pandemic in March 2020, but it announced in May 2020 that it would not reopen.

CBSNewYork Team