Broadway's cast of 'Aladdin' honors Robin Williams with a one-time-only audience sing-a-long.
Can your friends do this?
The night after Robin Williams died, the Broadway production of Disney's Alladin closed out their show by honoring the man who originated the role of Genie with a group sing-a-long.
James Iglehart, who won a Tony for the role, praised Williams for being "one of the greatest — not comedians — but one of the greatest entertainers of all time,” and then led the audience in a quick rendition of "Friend Like Me."
Everyone's Playbills that night included lyrics so that they could participate in the one-time-only memorial.
When Aladdin originally came out as a Disney animated feature, The New Yorker reviewed it saying, "What makes this animated feature such intense, giddy fun is the eruption of uninhibited parody that Robin Williams provides as the voice of the Genie."
(by Myka Fox)