Aladdin built by Donna Langman, turban by Rodney Gordon, Inc. Jasmine built by Lynne Baccus, painted by Jeff Fender Studio, crown by Lynne Mackey Studio. Polly Kinney Beading designed the beading for both. Genie built by Eric Winterling, Inc.
Arel Studio, Inc., Bra Tenders, Donna Langman Costumes LLC, Dyenamix, Inc., Eric Winterling, Inc., Ernest Winzer Cleaners, Gene Mignola, Inc., Giliberto Designs, Inc., Jeff Fender Studio, Jonathan Embroidery, Julz Kroboth, Lynne Baccus, Lynne Mackey Studio, Marian Jean Hose LLC, Onstage Dancewear, Parsons-Meares, Ltd., Penn & Fletcher Inc., Polly Kinney Beading, Rodney Gordon, Inc., Tricorne, Inc., Vogue Too Pleating, Stitching and Embroidery, Wing & Weft Gloves
Beads came from Austria, India, China, Japan, and the Czech Republic and are acrylic, crystal, glass, and semi-precious stones. There are 2039 different fabrics and trims from over 13 countries.There are 337 costumes including 291 turbans and headdresses.
Jeff Fender Studios has painted 22 Jasmine disguise robes. Each robe get 4 layers of painting and wax resist.
Pictured: Michael James Scott. Photo by Deen van Meer. Pictured: James Monroe Iglehart, Adam Jacobs and the Company of ALADDIN. Photo by Deen van Meer.