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Early career and education
As a child, Hani demonstrated proficiency in dancing, singing, and drawing. In his teens, he was involved in theatre and participated in several musicals and dramas in the United States. At 16, Aldashan performed the musical "Normal" at the Snapple Theatre in Broadway, New York.
His most controversial work was perhaps a short film based on events that took place in the early 1990s in a private boys school in Abu Dhabi.[no citations needed here] The film portrays a disciplined yet sophisticated educational system with a head master that managed the school with an iron fist. This educator won educational awards and, ultimately, the public's admiration after his death from lung cancer. Hani also directed other short movies that sparked people's interest in classical Arabic literature, religion, and politics.[no citations needed here] He is working on his first feature film in The Jordan, with a group of Western professionals. There are rumors of his involvement with a short film about the late King Hussein of Jordan, specifically his impact on Arab policy and peace in the Middle East.
Hani has continued the work of his grandfather, Abdul Kader Agha. The "unknown soldier of Classical Arabic music", Agha was a singer and songwriter who worked with musicians such as Najah Salam and Abdul WahabTemplate:Disambiguation needed. Aqha also lent his voice to BBC Radio in the 1950s and 1960s.
- "Photo Flash: Snapple Theater Center's nor'mal Fundraiser". BroadwayWorld. June 15, 2007. http://broadwayworld.com/article/Photo_Flash_Snapple_Theater_Centers_normal_Fundraiser_20070615. Retrieved 20 June 2011.