Aladdin was staged at Bohunt from Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th January 1993.
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A very warm and oriental welcome to the world of pantomime. You
will enter into a magical world where anything is possible!
Remember that you, the audience, are part of this magic, and throughout the performance we will be asking for your help in defeating the evil Abanazar.
This is MAD's second pantomime, our first being the multi-Oscar winning Cinderella, which catapulted absolutely no-one to stardom. For those of you here for a second helping, forewarned is forearmed; if this is your first visit then ignorance is bliss.
As last year, we the cast have had hours of fun at rehearsal and if you enjoy watching as much as we have performing, then we will all have had a great time.
Special thanks must go to the Director, Vanessa Breach, who has worked tirelessly at every level of this production. May I also thank the many people whose faces you will not see on stage who have prepared scenery, made costumes, organised refreshments etc.
MAD is a Methodist Church based company and well over half of the church people have been involved in one form or another. So sit back, and enjoy the show - oh NO you won't... .oh YES you will... .oh NO you won't
Revd Phil Thomas (Widow Twankey)
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|Synopsis & Scenes||Phil's
There are many versions of Aladdin set in many countries and times, and ours is a mixture of them all with a little of our own imagination.
Aladdin and his mother, Widow Twankey, live in Peking, poor but happy enough until one day, the wicked Abanazar arrives to offer them a chance of a lifetime. Will they take it and is it all it seems to be?
|ACT I||ACT II|
|Scene 1||Beside the Great Sphinx in Egypt||Scene 1||Outside the Cave|
|Scene 2||A Market Square in Old Peking||Scene 2||Inside the Cave|
|Scene 3||Widow Twankey's Chinese Laundry||Scene 3||Gin-Seng's Dressing Room|
|Scene 4||Back in the Market Square|
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|Abanazar||Arvid Woods||Toot||Derek Bruce|
|Carmen||Jan Treacher-Evans||Widow Twankey||Phil Thomas|
|Wishee Washee||Kathy Carrig||Aladdin||Debbie Merrick|
|Ariella||Jackie Bruce||Persilla||Julie Jenner|
|Sapphire||Jo Evans||Ozram||David Jenner|
|Gin-Seng||Tanya Woods||Lap-Sang||Jo Raggett|
|Emperor||Steve Tarpey||Typhoo||Janet Mosley|
|Hand-maiden||Rebecca Mosley||PC Nik Nik||Eric Mosley|
|Burger King Lassie||Carron Campbell||Camelia the Camel||Alison Robertson &Christine Salter|
|Skeletons||Kathy Carrig & Jo Raggett|
|Guards||Nathan Woods, Colin Campbell, Ben Thomas, Jonathan Calvert|
|Blue Genies||Emily Courtnage, Rebekah White, Carron Campbell, Catherine Eyre|
|Villagers||Sue Calvert, Shelley Cozens, Caroline Dove, Alison Ellis, Andrea Gibbs, Mandy Godridge, Sue Peddar, Lisa Ross|
|Village Children||Bethany Breach, Catherine Bruce, Rachel Bruce, Jonathan Calvert, Carron Campbell, Colin Campbell, Claire Carrig, Alice Courtnage, Emily Courtnage, Faye Cozens, Ben Ellis, Catherine Kyre, Anna Hall, Hannah Tarpey, Ben Thomas, Emily Thomas, Deborah White, Rebekah White, Kate Williams, Richard Williams, Joanna Wilson, Penny Wilson, Lydia Woods, Nathan Woods|
|Stage Design/Construction||Matt Eaglen||Scenery & Artwork||John Courtnage, Tracy Evans|
|Chief Engineer||Kevin Carrig||Lights/Effects||Steve Tarpey, Andy Woodage, Glen Robertson|
|Wardrobe||Monica Church, Maggie Tarpey, Julie Wilson, cast & friends||Make-up||Christine Williams|
|Props||Alison Ellis||Continuity||Ginny Goulding|
|Chorus Mistress||Alison Ellis||Stage Manager||Ray Breach|
|Back Stage||Carol Barratt, Tim Wilson, David Eyre, Peter Eyre, Ian Gower||Front of House||Dennis Drysdale, Gilbert Church & friends|
|Script Typing||Wendy Woods||Programme Layout||Derek Bruce|
|Publicity & Ticket Design||Julie Jenner, David Jenner||Poster Design||Margaret Nicholls & Mic|
|Ticket Sales||Phil Thomas||Sweets||Kindly donated by CIRCLE K|
|Refreshments||Sue Knight &friends|
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