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Collage of King and Queen and Caterpillar in costume
Collage of Cheshire cat and mouse, Hatter, and brown rabbit in costume
Alice with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum in costume
Five flowers in costume in a fenced in garden

Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah!

Little, Middle, and Tall Alice in their costumes.

On Saturday, May 18, theatre goers were treated to an incredible middle school performance of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, Jr. The audience was taken on an amazing journey down a rabbit hole while following Alice’s strange adventures.

The roles were plentiful and wacky, and the costuming was phenomenal. There were Little Alice, Medium Alice, and Tall Alice dressed in their blue cotton dresses and white pinafores. The striped Cheshire Cat had a separate head, body, and tail. The flowers in the garden were blooming and the Caterpillar was wearing four pairs of sneakers! Alice met up with sea creatures, the Tweedle twins, a Talking Door, a Dodo Bird, a Mouse, a March Hare, a Mad Hatter, bumble bees, the Queen and King of Hearts, not to mention the Royal Cardsmen and the White Rabbit who kept announcing, “I’m late!”

By the time Alice had awakened from her dream with her sister still by her side, the cast of characters had taken its audience on a fascinating trip down the rabbit hole. Kudos to the director and her entire cast and crew for such a memorable performance. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah!

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