Cast of Broadway's Aladdin Pays a Special Musical Tribute to Robin Williams

Aug 14, 2014

On Wednesday, Broadway theaters across New York City dimmed their lights to honor to Robin Williams. But the previous night, one particular group of Broadway performers paid a much livelier tribute to the actor, who died Monday at 63.

After their performance, the cast of the musical version of Aladdin took a moment to pay their respects and then lead the audience in a singalong rendition of "Friend Like Me." Williams, of course, sang this song when he played the Genie in the 1992 animated Disney movie.

James Monroe Iglehart, who plays the Genie on Broadway, also spoke a bit about Williams' incredible talent and influence, calling him "one of the greatest -- not comedians -- but one of the greatest entertainers of all time."

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