On August 5, the original British 3D living theater Aladdin will perform in Hangzhou as part of its world tour. As the first living theater to combine live action with virtual 3D technology, Aladdin gives the audience a stronger sense of reality than any 3D movie. The performance will be a favorite of children as well as white collar workers and other fashionable society members.
Putting on 3D glasses, you will find yourself in a fantasy world--gold and jewelry thrown at your face, bats and rocks flying around you, elves jumping out of the magic lamp. Everything seems so real that you can’t help reaching out for them.
When Aladdin was performed in Britain, British media spoke very highly of it, saying that the living theater “overshadowed Avatar” and “made the audience scream.” Chinese elements have been added for the Chinese performances to cater to the audience. When Aladdin was performed in Beijing in May, the theaters were full for six successive shows.
By Xie Fang and Liu Jingyuan