We are delighted to confirm that we have secured the performing rights for Disney’s Aladdin Jr.
Based on the award winning film and Broadway hit, Aladdin Jr. is about the “diamond in the rough” street rat who learns that his true worth lies deep within.
With expanded fun characters, new and exciting songs (as well as the classics such as, Friend like Me, Prince Ali and A Whole New World), and lots more thrills, this new adaptation of the much loved story will open up “a whole new world” for young performers!
This magical musical will go into rehearsal in early January with performances in late March/early April 2019 on the main stage at Hampton Hill Theatre. Auditions for children aged 7-15yrs will take place in November for Twickenham and Hampton Hill casts.
All of the team at Dramacube are professional performers so we know how scary musical theatreauditions can be but you really don’t need to worry. We run workshop auditions which are great fun and give you an opportunity to express yourself freely as we work on some songs, basic dance routines and scenes from well-known West End musicals. You will work with 15-20 other like-minded performers aged 7-15yrs and throughout the audition, you’ll get to know everyone really well.
In addition, our workshop-auditions are a great opportunity for you to learn a little more about our company. There will be lots of staff on hand to answer any questions you have and help you at the audition. There is no need to prepare anything as we’ll provide you with a good variety of musical numbers and scenes to work with.
Even if you are unsuccessful on this occasion, you can always try again later in the year. But who knows, you could end up playing the lead!
Select your preferred audition
Auditions are open to anyone aged 7-15yrs, however you must book your audition in advance. You cannot turn up on the day if you have not booked.
Please check that you are available for the rehearsals and production week before booking an audition. If there are any dates when you are not available during the rehearsal and production period you must contact us to discuss.
What to Wear
For a musical theatre audition you should wear comfortable clothing which will allow you to move around freely. We’ll be doing plenty of vocal and physical warm ups so it is important that you don’t feel restricted in any way.
What to Bring
You should bring plenty of liquid and a small snack to help you stay hydrated and energized. Once you have joined the workshop there will not be an opportunity to leave the building to buy food and drink so please come prepared. In the interest of everyone’s health and well-being we ask that you do not bring food with traces of nuts.