The Musical Misadventures of a Girl Named Alice
Book by James DeVita
Music and lyrics by Bill Francoeur
Directed by Engela Edwards
Family musical performed for and by youth.
Wonderland! is an unabashedly silly adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass, with hip-hopping music. It is an upbeat story that audiences of all ages will adore! You'll recognize some of your favorite familiar characters of Alice's Wonderland along with meeting dozens of new ones: a baseball team, a train conductor, star-struck tourists, knights, and much more. An eclectic mix of music that ranges from gypsy swing to doo-wop to bluegrass. Enjoy toe-tapping musical renditions of “Jabberwocky” and “The Walrus and the Carpenter” as well as other great numbers such as “Anything’s Possible,” “Step by Step” and the hysterical “I was a Good Egg But Then I Done Went Bad,” sung by Humpty Dumpty and the Dixie Chickens!
Danielle Huber: AliceWonderland! The Musical Misadventures of a Girl Named Alice will be performed in Austin this spring for hundreds of elementary school kids. It will also play for hundreds more this summer in College Station, where the cast will perform alongside 14 other youth companies who represent the best children's theaters from around the state. Contact director Engela Edwards at 512-303-5516 if you'd like to sponsor a 40-minute performance of Wonderland! at your school, church, library, or club this spring.
Available now through Summer 2011.
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