Alice in Wonderland (Titus)
This classic is a staple of our culture. Alice drops down the rabbit hole and ends up in Wonderland. Keep your head firmly on your shoulders and stay on the good side of the Queen of Hearts. Attend a tea party that would make Martha Stewart go mad. And get ready for one of the world’s great adventures!
Lewis Carroll, author
Sharon Holland, playwright
Hiram Titus, composer
48 pgs. 27 characters Doubling Possible
Originally produced in CTC’s 1969-1970 season
Audience Recommendation: All Ages
Run Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes
This non-musical version offers an (optional) underscore by Hiram Titus. Additional fees apply.
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“Alice in Wonderland is a triumph of imagination in which nonsense cavorts with meaning in a celebration of language.” –Chanhassen Villager
“[Alice in Wonderland] is so full of energy and imagination that you’ll probably think it a shame when it’s time to go back up the rabbit hole.” -Pioneer Press
“This rollicking production contains enough wit and razzle-dazzle to captivate children and adults alike. It’s a rich and textured production that pays homage to Carroll’s droll humor, sparkling language and inventive imagination while infusing his work with an inspired and immediate theatricality.” -StarTribune
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