Wendy Raquel Robinson (Courtesy photo)

Amazing Grace Conservatory (AGC), led by actress Wendy Raquel Robinson, presents “Aladdin” on Saturday, May 25, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, May 26, at 7 p.m., in the Performing Arts Center on the campus of Crenshaw High School, 5010 11th Avenue in Los Angeles.

The production, directed by AGC alum Alfred Jackson, features more than 60 youth performing songs, dance, spoken word and more. Also, the dramatic set design will captivate viewers of all ages.

Tickets are nominally priced at $40 premium, $30 general, and $20 group rate for 20 people or more.  Tickets are available at itsmyseat.com.

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Robinson has helmed AGC for more than 30 years.  The institution offers training in acting, voice, dance, media arts, spoken word and yoga for youth from ages 8 to 18.  Each year, AGC puts on 3 stage productions in various genres. Previous shows include: “The Wiz,” “The Lion King,” and “Wicked.”

“With our Spring production of ‘Aladdin,’ AGC will put their unique spin on the classic Disney tale. It’s a Whole New World For Real,” said Robinson.  “We invite the public to witness this incredible presentation. This is guaranteed to be a performance for all ages to enjoy!”

An Emmy-winning actress, Robinson is an industry veteran best known for her work on the hit series, “The Game.”  While her entertainment career spans decades, she readily admits that her heart is with the AGC, the nonprofit she founded that has transformed the lives of thousands of young people.

To learn more, visit amazinggraceconservatory.org or call (323) 732-4283.