Revenues of Egyptian play 'Aladdin' 1st show to be dedicated to Egypt’s White Army


Tue, 14 Jul 2020 - 10:59 GMT

File- Aladdin poster.

File- Aladdin poster.


CAIRO - 14 July 2020: Egyptian play “Aladdin” producer Magdy el Hawary announced that he will dedicate the revenues of the play first show after the halt of COVID-19 to Egypt’s White Army, referring to the medical staff battling the coronavirus.
The first show of “Aladdin” will stage on July 24.
"Aladdin" staged previously in KSA within the activities of Riyadh Season.
“Aladdin” stars Ahmed Ezz, Mohamed Tharwat, Hisham Ismail, Karim Afifi, Islam Ibrahim and Tara Emad. It is written by a workshop including Hassan el-Mahdi, Mohamed Galal, Mohamed Talaat, Ahmed Sheko and Diaa Mohamed. The play is directed by Magdy el-Hawari.
It is noteworthy that Ahmed Ezz is about to finish filming "El-Arif". The film co-stars Ahmed Fahmy, Mahmoud Hamida, Carmen Basibes and others. It is written by Mohamed Sayed Bashir and directed by Ahmed Alaa.



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