Will Jasmine Find a 'Whole New World?' Find Out At Hommocks' Aladdin, Jr. Musical

Hommocks Middle School students will perform in the stage adaptation of Disney's "Aladdin."


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The Hommocks Players are thrilled to present Disney’s Aladdin, Jr. on Thursday, Jan. 31, Friday, Feb. 1 and Saturday, Feb. 2!

This year, over 150 Hommocks Middle School students are working on what is sure to be an incredible musical experience for all ages—the funny, action-filled and poignant story of Aladdin. This musical tells the tale of a hungry, poor street urchin who uses the help of a magic genie to win the heart of Princess Jasmine.  Along the way, Aladdin foils the villains Jafar and Iago and shows Princess Jasmine “A Whole New World” - one free from the rules imposed by her father, the Sultan. 

The show’s producer, Dr. Jill Karliner, along with Hommocks' teachers Tom Jordan, Deanna Smyers, Morgan Russell and Pedro Johnson have been hard at work directing the cast and crew of  students from the sixth, seventh and eight grades since early November. The creative choreography, beautiful songs, vivid scenery and costumes will make for an unforgettable show!  The students have worked for endless hours and poured much energy and creativity into this Hommocks production that is sure to be a fantastic community event!

Tickets can be purchased online starting January 11th at www.hommocksmusical.com.

All tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Patrons can also visit our website to donate tickets for families in need, view rehearsal photographs, see a full cast list, make a donation, buy a DVD and other show merchandise and learn more about the production.  Last year’s shows were a wonderful experience for all ages—please buy tickets early!

Disney’s Aladdin, Jr.

Thursday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 1, 7 p.m.

Saturday Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Hommocks Auditorium




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