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Discover a Whole New World with the Asian Premiere of Disney’s ALADDIN

Roll out the (magic) carpet and discover a whole new world with the little ones with Disney’s ALADDIN, the biggest musical event for families in 2012.  Disney Theatrical’s newest full-length stage musical will have its Asian premiere here in Manila and be presented at the Meralco Theatre by Atlantis Productions.

Based on one of the most beloved animated films, Aladdin – made even more popular in these shores when our very own Lea Salonga provided the singing voice of Princess Jasmine, Disney’s ALADDIN musical stays true to the movie version as it tells the story of a street-smart commoner whose whole life changes with one rub of a magic lamp. The romantic musical adventure incorporates all the beloved songs from the film’s Oscar®-winning score and brings some of the movie’s most memorable characters to life.  Jafar, Iago, the Sultan, Aladdin (played by TV actor Tom Rodriguez in his professional musical theater debut) and Jasmine (played by K-la Rivera, straight from her triumphant and acclaimed turn as Nina in In The Heights) come together to create a whole new world of magical musical theatre for the whole family.  Award-winning recording artist, film and television star, and musical theater performer Aiza Seguerra and veteran stage actor Calvin Millado will alternate in the role of the Genie, which Robin Williams voiced in the animated classic.

Don’t miss out on the musical event of the year and watch for a cause at the same time by catching the Miriam College High School Batch ’93 (MCHS Batch ’93)’s special showing of Disney’s ALADDIN on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012, at 2PM (matinee show) at the Meralco Theatre, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.  A fundraising event in celebration of MCHS Batch ‘93’s upcoming 20th Homecoming Year, the proceeds from ticket sales will be for the benefit of the Miriam Adult Education (MAE) Scholarship Fund, Send-A-Volunteer-To-Mission Project and Center for Peace Education Twinning Project of the Miriam College Advocacy Centers.

Disney’s ALADDIN’s ticket prices are as follows: Php1500/Php1350/Php1100/Php1000/Php700/Php600/ Php500.  For seat selection and ticket reservations, please visit the Aladdin MCHS ’93 Fundraising Show Facebook Page or email mchsbatch93@gmail.com or call MCHS Batch ’93 representatives Carla Villanueva-Yaptinchay (812-4860/0917-5371782) or Marissa Torres (496-8977/0906-2777326).

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