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Aladdin and The Wonderful Lamp
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : COMEDY CHILDREN PUPPET
by Elizabeth Brown Dooley

COMPANY : Wheeler High School [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Wheeler High School Black Box [WEBSITE]
ID# 1568

SHOWING : March 30, 2006 - March 30, 2006

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Tickets: $3 for 10 and under; 5$ for 10 and up

A magician attempts to deceive Aladdin with a magical lamp from which a genie materializes upon command. But Aladdin outwits him, and employs the genie to turn him into a prince and gain the princess for his wife. The magician recovers the lamp, but Aladdin rescues his princess.

This production is being presented by the award-winning drama program at Wheeler High School. This year, Wheeler's one-act production was honored with the AAAAA state champion title for their production of "Jerry Finnegan's Sister."

In the front parking lot, travel along the street side of the Doug Lipscomb gym, and you will see the entrance to the brick "Church Building," and the entrance to the theatre.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Wendy Gilstrap
Student Director Bailey McClure
The Magician Matthew John Kacergis
Aladdin Zlatomir Moldovanski
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