Alice in Wonderland
Large Cast M11, F30, 34-58 Either
Approx. Running Time: 75min
Music Assorted Classical Excerpts
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We open with a ballet laugh, as the curious characters of Wonderland introduce themselves.
From there we are whisked back to “reality,” a sunny afternoon in Victorian England where Alice is sitting for a lesson from her big sister Ada. It is very hot, and very boring, until...Alice spots a White Rabbit. And not just any white rabbit, a White Rabbit with a waistcoat, and a pocket watch! Being a completely reasonable Victorian young lady, Alice decides to chase the tailored rabbit. Down the rabbit hole, and into Wonderland!
Only the door to Wonderland... is locked.
Filled with the best of characters from Lewis Carrol's novels, Alice in Wonderland explores what it means to be a girl, now, and in the past. It's empowering message of girl power is backed up by a large percentage of female characters including half a dozen Queens, dancing flowers, a wise woman caterpillar, and Alice's adorably spunky kitten, Dinah. (Don't worry, boys, you got the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the galloping White Knight. Oh, and we can't forget Tweedle dum and Tweedle dee! Or is Tweedle Dee and and Tweedle Dum? I forget.)
Charmed with anachronistic wit (and tacky audience participation) this Alice in Wonderland will leave you wondering, "So, when is tea time?"