Directed by Eric Prince
Lewis Carroll’s wondrous tale of a young girl, Alice, falling down a rabbit hole and into an underground world peopled by strange, comical, absurd creatures and happenings continues to weave its magic spell to this day, captivating children and grown-ups alike. Do not miss this world premiere of a new stage adaptation of one of the most cherished, beguiling, and kaleidoscopic journeys in all literature. With specially-composed original music and song, drawing on Victorian hymns, nursery rhyme, jazz and English folksong, it is all designed to create a dazzling, vibrant theatrical experience, one that will captivate seven-year-olds and seventy-year-olds alike and every age in between. Faithful to the original tale, this production will surprise and excite the senses in multiple dizzying ways and bring the wonder of Alice’s wonderland back to life. Animals that talk and dance, playing cards that sing, Kings and Queens, a Mad Hatter, Caterpillars and Cheshire Cats, a White Rabbit, a child called Alice. And that’s not all. Alice: “It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.”
Click to read the Alice Program.
‘Alice:’ From story to stage by Jennifer Clary
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“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?”
“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat.