Alice is back in Wonderland and looking to become Queen. This adaptation is a fantastical physical journey for both actor and audience.
Average Producer Rating:
About 35 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
3 M | 3 W | 7 Any Gender, + Wonderland Ensemble
Reviews from Past Producers
In addition to traditional live stage performance rights, Through the Looking-Glass can also be performed under the following scenarios.
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“You can be the White Queen’s Pawn, if you like. You’re in the Second Square to begin with: when you get to the Eighth Square you’ll be a Queen.”
Alice is back in Wonderland and things are more confusing than ever – Flowers talk, the White Queen cries before she pricks her finger, and there’s a life-sized chess game going on. Alice wants to play, but mostly wants to be queen. Will she make it to the eighth square?
A fantastical physical journey for both actor and audience.
A great companion to Alice by the same author.
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3 Men, 3 Women, 7 Any Gender, + Wonderland Ensemble
A stuffed black kitty, An old looking hardcover book
Blue cloth for brook
Seating for the steam train, Tickets for the passengers, Blue cloth for brook
Counter, Blue cloth for brook
Two bags carrying a ham sandwich, handful of hay, plum cake, A tray with white and brown bread, Teacup for the Hatta, Blue cloth for brook
Stick horses for the Knights, Blue cloth for brook
Blue cloth used as a table, Tray with a leg of lamb on it, Tray with a plum pudding on it, Drinking glasses (optional, can easily be mimed)
A stuffed black kitty
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