Friends, Jo Trigger and Vicky Elliott with Barnaby (Timothy Holstein) and Vizier (Harry Swinson). SchoolmatesRyan Gibbs and the Fraser brothers, Ben, Angus and Tomhad a great time at Aladdin.
THERE was music, dancing and audience participation when Aladdin came to Biggenden.
There were lots of laughs especiallywhen the audiencewere asked to mimic the sound of 1000 goats.
The pantomime was filled with crazy characters, a fabulously ditsy Genie, a spend-thrift Sultana and an amazing flying carpet that wove its way through the audience.
First time director Jennie Boss said everyone had worked hard on the show.
“It was a pleasure for the Maryborough Players to bring the production to Biggenden,” she said.
The children were treated to popcorn and lollies by the Biggenden Hospital Auxiliary who catered for the event.
One attendee said it was great to have some culture come to Biggenden.
STARSTRUCK: Catherine White borrowed Princess Apricot's tiara for her photograph with her favourite stars, Aladdin and Sultana.
Photos: Erica Murree
Aiden Eggleston was only too eager to have his picture taken with the evil magician played by Graeme Roberts.
Lisa Brown meets two of the stars of Aladdin, Gavin Bolderrowas Aladdin and Tiffany Peters who played the ditsy Genie.