Wonderland! The Musical Misadventures of a Girl Named Alice
April. 25-May 4
- Fridays at 7:30pm
- Saturday Matinees April 26 and May 3 at 11:00am and 3:00pm
- Sunday Matinees April 27 and May 4 at 3:00pm
Wonderland! is an unabashedly silly adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass. With hip-hopping music, it is an upbeat, coming-of-age 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 gospel group called The Responsibilities, a train conductor, star-struck tourists, plastic light-saber wielding knights and much more. An eclectic mix of music that ranges from gypsy swing to doo-wop to bluegrass will have you grinning like a Cheshire cat!
Directed by Renee van Nifterik, Choreography by Brennan Blankenship, Musical Direction by Eduardo Guzman
All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
May 15-June 1
No Show Sunday, May 18
- Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00pm
- Sunday Matinees May 25 and June 1 at 3:00pm
- Buy One, Get One Free Thursday, May 22 at 7:30pm
Based on Robert Fulghum's best-selling books, Kindergarten takes a funny, insightful, heartwarming look at what is profound in everyday life. This tightly woven adaptation has earned standing ovations from Singapore to Prague— from L.A. to D.C. It's an evening of theatrical storytelling in revue format, with monologues, dialogues, and multiple voice narration, enhanced through the use of musical underscoring, which provides fluidity, charm, and emotional texture, and even a few original songs.
If you have read Robert Fulghum's books, you will recognize many of the delightful characters such as: a shy little boy who insists on playing the "pig" in his class production of Cinderella; a man whose dream of flying carries him high over Los Angeles ... in a lawn chair buoyed by surplus weather balloons; a "mother of the bride" who's staged a perfect wedding—until the bowling ball of fate rolls down the aisle; and a modern-day Greek philosopher who finds the meaning of life in a piece of broken mirror from World War II. If you have not read his books, you can be assured that these stories celebrate our very existence, from the whimsy of childhood to the wisdom of old age.
Directed by Robyn LeGris
Musical Direction by Eduardo Guzman
Regular Evening Series:
No Children Under 3 Admitted to Adult Performances.
All Seats: $9
Please call (713) 340-2540