Disney s Aida, with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice, looks to be targeting a younger than usual musical audience by exposing the flesh of its young stars. "We are trying to keep them as undressed as possible throughout most of the show," quipped director, Robert Falls. Based on Verdi's famous opera, Aida opens on 23 March at the Palace Theatre, Broadway and tells the story of a Nubian slave (Heather Headley) who is involved in an illicit love-affair with her Egyptian captor (Adam Pascal), who at the same time is engaged to the Pharoah's daughter (Sherie Rene Scott). "There is an erotically charged quality to this love triangle," said Falls. "And it demands a trio of desirable people. I also want the show to appeal to young audiences, who are used to seeing gorgeous actors in the movies."