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Aladdin visits Huby courtesy of Huby Amateur Dramatics

Members of Huby Amateur Dramatics produced the Pantomime Aladdin last week. It was the version written by Ron Hall and was directed by Karen Adams. This was no easy task for Karen, as the majority of the cast were very young. Aladdin and The Princess were very young teenagers, playing key roles for the first time in Huby. They coped very well with their parts and enjoyed themselves. This was a new experience for many of the young chorus who have joined the Amdrams this year. They were obviously enjoying themselves as their smiles grew wider with each performance.Widow Twankey, her son Wishee Washee and the workers in her laundry, Winnie and Minnie Wong were hilarious. The audience is a vital part of any Pantomime and the cast responded splendidly. Rob Thompson, as Abanazar was outstanding. His demise was more dramatic with each performance. The genie and everyone else who had solo parts brought individual humour and let their characters shine through the perfomance.It was encouraging to see that some teenagers, who had in the past been members of the Junior Pantomime Chorus, were now back helping with make-up, hair do’s, lighting, choreography, scenery and working backstage during each performance. Appreciation goes to Laura, Emma, Esme and Javan.New members are always welcome, not only on stage, but particularly offstage. Have you got a flair for doing make-up?Are you artistic and would enjoy painting scenery?Do you enjoy sewing or costume design?Could you help with Choreography?Working backstage is a very important job, to make sure that the performances run smoothlyHelpers are also needed for the ‘Front of House’, selling refreshments during the interval, the raffle, etc.Huby Amdrams will welcome you with open arms!If you wish to become involved in any way, please contact Karen Adams-810494 or Lynn Wagstaff-810655


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