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Young Australian Broadway Chorus' presents Disney Aladdin Jr

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A magical performance to see over the winter school holidays
If you are looking for an enchanting theatre performance to attend these winter school holidays, head to Parkville's Union House to see the Young Australian Broadway Chorus (YABC) production of Disney Aladdin Jr.

Young Australian Broadway Chorus (YABC) production of Disney Aladdin Jr.

For a strictly limited season, the musical stage adaptation of Disney's version of the classic tale will perform on stage from 8 to 11 July, 2015.

Aladdin and Princess Jasmine
Aladdin and Princess Jasmine

Featuring no less than 70 young and talented performers, the YABC will bring Disney's animated tale to life on stage, in a story filled with magic, romance, and adventure.

The story follows a young street urchin, Aladdin, who rubs a magic lamp, to then befriend the Genie that lives within. Along the way, Aladdin falls in love with Princess Jasmine, but soon realises there is evil connected to the lamp, which he must defend in order to save his love.

The Genie
The Genie

The performance will feature some of the songs featured in Disney's 1992 Aladdin movie, with favourites including Arabian Nights, Friend Like Me, and A Whole New World.

See the up and coming theatre stars of tomorrow in the performance, with the cast led by Cody Green (15 years old) as Aladdin, Jackson Hurwood (15 years old) as Genie, and Emily Hurst (16 years old) as Jasmine.

Robert Coates, Artistic Director at the Young Australian Broadway Chorus says, "It's going to be a spectacular show. A huge cast of singers and dancers, hundreds of costumes and beautiful scenery, with a special touch of theatrical magic. It's so wonderful to work with such a talented young ensemble of performers."


Wednesday 8 July, 11:00am & 2:00pm
Thursday 9 July, 11:00am & 2:00pm
Friday 10 July, 2:00pm & 7:00pm
Saturday 11th July, 2:00pm & 7:00pm

Tickets range from $20 - $25; weekday matinees all tickets are $20, otherwise evenings and weekends all tickets are $25. Book your seats here.
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Why? See the Theatre's future talent perform on stage
When: From 8 to 11 July, 2015. See article for session times
Phone: (03) 9384 1644 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm)
Where: University of Melbourne, Parkville Located on the Ground Floor of the Union House building.
Cost: $20 - $25
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