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Power of the Omnitrix is an Asian play of the animated series. It has two acts; act one is about the original series, while the other is about Alien Force. It debuts two aliens, Squidstrictor and Rocks.

Plot[]

Act One[]

It is similar to the Ben 10 series. It is the story of when Ben meets the Omnitrix for the first time and discovers that it allows him to transform into 10 alien heroes. He will discover its secrets and will face various enemies. He will learn what it takes to be a hero, alongside his cousin Gwen and his grandfather Max.

Act Two[]

It is similar to the series of Ben 10: Alien Force. It takes place 5 years in the future, with Ben leading a normal life. But thanks to the disappearance of his grandfather Max, he must wear the Omnitrix one again, giving him access to 10 new aliens. Together with his cousin and Kevin, they must stop the Highbreed Invasion. In this act, 2 new aliens from the series are shown: Squidstrictor and Rocks.

Stunts and Special Effects[]

The hired actors are capable of doing a variety of stunts, and that, combined with special effects of images, videos and sounds, led fans to a new vision of what they have seen before.

Special effects were handled by the Bonsai-Drive, a high-quality portable video and hard drive multitrack audio recorder that had special effects from the series all preloaded to ensure a seamless multimedia experience.

Characters[]

The cast consisted of 14 actors who played 24 characters from the series Ben 10 and Ben 10: Alien Force, including costumes. The cast is made up of Australian actors and actresses.

Ben's Team[]

Original Series Version[]

Alien Force Version[]

Villains[]

Original Series Version[]

Alien Force Version[]

Omnitrix Aliens[]

Original Series Version[]

Alien Force Version[]

Premiere[]

This play (although originally performed in Australia) was also premiered in Southeast Asia and Middle East. However, the specific countries are unknown.[1]

References[]

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