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On a lazy, sunny afternoon, young Alice is dreamily ignoring a lesson when she is surprised to see a white rabbit, running briskly and looking at his pocket watch. She pursues him and falls down a rabbit hole, entering a magic land where she encounters a number of crazy characters including Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, the Caterpillar, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts. After a series of escapades in Wonderland, Alice escapes to find that the entire adventure has been a dream! Disney’s wonderful adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland” and “Through The Looking-Glass” comes to breathtaking life for the theater lovers in Chelsea. This fast-paced stage adaptation features such classic Disney songs as “I’m Late,” “The Un-birthday Song” and “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.”


























CAST:

Cheshire Cat 1 - Kalina Koch

Cheshire Cat 2 - Nolan Peterson

Cheshire Cat 3 - Michelle Guidry

Mathilda - Lexi Beatty

Alice - Morgan Chrisman

Tall Alice - Ruthie Shackelford

Short Alice - Katie Ray Hayduk

White Rabbit - Nick Beatty

Doorknob - Gretchen Kuras

Dodo Bird - Cynthia Cole-Heiss

Rock Lobsters -  Cozette Cecconie, Kathy Dickinson

Tweedle Dee - Sarah Lantis

Tweedle Dum - Emma Walworth

Rose - Kelly Bertoni

Petunia - Megan Heydaulff

Lily - Samantha Torres

Violet - Maya Gonzalez

Daisy - Emma Catalina

Caterpillar - Ayla Raye-Leonard

Mad Hatter - Mickey Erickson

March Hare - Lauren Doster

Royal Cardsmen:

2 of Clubs - Morgan Powell

3 of Diamonds - Colleen Bertoni

4 of Hearts - Anna Knight

Ace of Spades - Felicia Bianco

Queen of Hearts - Allison Doxey

King of Hearts - Evan Kucera

Ensemble - Lindsey Boucha, Kira Frahm, Alise Hale, Allison Hale,

Jessica Hutchison, Max Johnson, Olivia Leonard, Trever McTaggart,

Audrey Timberlake



CREW:

PRODUCER
Teresa Benedict


ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Brian Myers


VOCAL DIRECTOR
Alex Moore


TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Justin Humphres


ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Deric Prieskorn

Disney’s Alice In Wonderland, Jr. - April 16th, 17th, 18th 2010

based on the story by Lewis Carroll

produced by special arrangement with Music Theater International
Broadway Jr. Collection