About Our Show:
Alice’s antic adventures are all here – but with an arresting difference. Lewis Carroll’s masterwork is daringly reimagined into a raw and profound journey through the human condition. Informed by some of the great minds of the twentieth century (Freud, Jung, Kafka and Dali) comes a mad take on an epic tale.
The Manhattan Project's version of Alice In Wonderland has an ensemble cast of six performers, who swap in and out of characters throughout the 85-minute production. Alice, played by Sarah Burton, is the only performer who remains a single character through her journey. Along the trip, Alice meets the typical set of Wonderland players; including a March Hare (Chris Cotterman), a Royal Frog (Holly E. Gibbs), and several other larger-than-life personalities,
The design team's visual aesthetic is inspired by a "trip into grandma's attic" and the hodgepodge stage-picture is colorful, engaging, and often hilarious. This production, while kid-friendly, is super-fast and has brief moments of dark playfulness.
- Sarah Burton (Alice)
- Barbara Hauck (The Cheshire Cat)
- Chris Cotterman (Lewis & Humpty Dumpty)
- Gabe Fremuth (The Mad Hatter & The Dutchess)
- Nick Fruit (The White Rabbit & The Caterpillar)
- Holly E. Gibbs (The Red Queen & The White Queen)
Alice In Wonderland is performed at:
Fells Point Corner Theatre
251 S. Ann Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
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[TCT] has successfully co-produced a classic, true-life tale that depicts both the best and worst of humanity.
It’s just the thing to brighten a dreary winter evening, and absolutely worth seeing; possibly twice...