ALADDIN

ALADDIN

Directed by:  June Colledge

Production Date:  January  1976

Playwright:  June Colledge

Genre:  Pantomine

Group:  BHTC

Staged: The Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill

Peter Martin
Tony Schilling

Pam Jefferies

Kevin Gray

Rick Peckham

Timothy Stallwood

Norma Somerville

Ron Forsdike

Anthony White

Anita Pugh

Susan Lea

Lynda Nunn
Leon Figg

June Colledge

Jim Wilson

Brenda Keyes & Jan Case

Cast

Ping

Pong

Pekoe

Aladdin

Wishie Washie

Wishie's Dog

Empress of China

Emperor of China

Widow Twankey

So-Shi

Princess Shining Star

Girl

Abanazer

Genie of the Lamp

Slave of the Ring

Rip the Camel

 

Crew

Peter Jackson

Pam Jefferies

Nancy Forsdike

Sheila Tapner & Pauline Rhead

Margaret Coveney, William Hallett & Colin Thompson

Peter Coveney

David Lee

Barbara Chamberlain

Jo White

John Poulson

Peter Jackson

Stage Manager

Wardrobe

Wishee's Dog Costume

Properties

Lighting Team

Sound

Effects

Prompt

Front Of House

Box Office

Set Designer

 

Programme & Press Cuttings

Photos 1-10

BHTC CHORUS

 

Citizens of Old Pekin, Slaves & Attendants: 

Anne Fairall, Joyce Figg, Jane Lee, Emily Lennox, Lesley Miles, Melanie Murfin, Lynda Nunn & Sue Wilson

 

DRUSILLAS DANCERS

Choreography by:  Drusilla Duffill

 

Dancers:

Caroline Corbett, Debra Morey, Deborah Matthews, Sarah Dyall, Jane Sharpe, Kerri Murphy, Amanada Holman, Claire King, Wendy Cooke, Madelaine Axtell,

Jane Neeld, Annette Swift, Sally Illingworth, Rebecca Gee, Jane Ellis, Wendy Stredwick, Jane Cook, Diane Cregeen, Alison Spells, Alison Bousell, Jennifer Tankard & Caroline Blackwell

 

ACCOMPANIMENT

Piano:  Alan Barker

Drums:  Chris Shoosmith

Bass:  Peter Clark

Synopsis: 

 

Aladdin and his mother (the famed Widow Twankey), who run the chinese laundry in old Pekin are visited by the evil Abanazar pretending to be a long lost uncle. He convinces Aladdin to help him in return for untold riches but then tricked and then sealed in a deep cave, Aladdin finds an old oil lamp and on rubbing it, the genie of the lamp appears, allowing Aladdin to wish for escape. Then with the aid of his family, friends and

of course the genie, Aladdin defeats Abanazar

and marries the beautiful princess.


 

 

ALADDIN (2nd Show)

Further Productions:

 1970   1985    1993    2003    2013

  

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