Characters from Aladdin

 

Here you will find a profile of the principal characters in Aladdin.

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Aladdin

Fancies himself as a bit of a ladies man. If only his mom didn't always seem to get in the way.  Destined for a quest he knows nothing about.  That should make for an interesting story then!

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Genie

Slightly on the effeminate side, his favourite colour is fuscia, he likes long walks and puppies. Also thinks Will and Grace is "so cliche"... but likes it anyway. Oh and he fits into a lamp*.
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Abanazer

He's the epitome of evil, the wizard of all that is wicked, the cunjurer of cunning... basically he's a big meanie and out to make himself the most powerful man in the world.

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Princess Lotus Flower

Daughter of the late Emperor of Peking.  Beautiful and inquisitive but doesn't really like being told what to do.

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Empress

The Princess' mom and late widow of the Emperor.  She inherited an Empire in financial ruin, no, not Greece but lets just say the outlook is bleak.  What can she or the Princess do to change the fortune of their subjects?

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Enchantress of the Ring

Distant cousin to the Genie but she knows everything there is to know about anything... except how to get out of the ring.

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Maid (Inch High)

Looks after the Princess... kind of... she's not very good.  A bit ditsy and fills the Princess' head with ideas that you know will just lead to trouble.

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Widow Twanky Panky

Ah, the pantomime dame.  Many have attempted such a role but few outside the confines and privacy of their shower.  Poor Twanky left to run the laundramat with her good for nothing son Aladdin after the passing (much to his relief) of her long suffering husband Hanky Panky.  Once you meet Twanky, you'll appreciate the suffering.

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Hoo Flung Dung/Won Long Pong

After an unrewarding career in the sewage industry went down the toilet these clowns joined the elite forces of the Peking market security team.  You have to think of these guys of a comedy double act because with the quality of their "jokes" you might not be able to figure it out... just a heads up.

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Ensemble

As with any market, the successful ones have people and ours is no different.  From stall holders to customers we have a variety of speaking and non speaking roles.  Some of our ensemble may be used as understudies for the principal roles.

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