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  Alice In Wonderland at Children's Theatre Company

Alice In Wonderland

Children's Theatre Company
2400 3rd Ave S Minneapolis

This classic tale of rabbit holes and wonder has been loved by generations, and next season CTC brings it back to for a fully re-imagined production. From the Mad Hatter’s tea party to the Cheshire grin, Alice’s adventures in Wonderland are unique, captivating and, in Alice’s own words, curiouser and curiouser! Lewis Carroll’s classic will come to life with all the magic, mystery and mischief of the original novel.Grades K+

Thru - Jun 15, 2013

Box Office: 612-874-0500

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  Alice In Wonderland Reviews

Star Tribune - Highly Recommended

"...This rollicking production contains enough wit and razzle-dazzle to captivate children and adults alike. It's a rich and textured production that pays homage to Carroll's droll humor, sparkling language and inventive imagination while infusing his work with an inspired and immediate theatricality."
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Lisa Brock

Twin Cities Pioneer Press - Highly Recommended

"...if you travel there via the high-energy, scenic and supremely entertaining adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland" on stage at Children's Theatre Company, you'll find it a fun destination. Bursting with imagination in its sets, costumes and characterizations, it's a joyous jaunt to the birthplace of modern absurdism, providing a colorful workout for eye and mind."
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Rob Hubbard

How Was The Show - Recommended

"...The Children's Theatre Company returns to an old favorite with Sharon Holland's script of Lewis Carroll's classic fantasy, Alice in Wonderland. About ten years after Dominic Serrand directed for CTC, artistic director Peter Brosius takes a more traditional path down that famous rabbit hole, but it's still brimming with the splendid technical virtuosity and visual gags that CTC does so well."
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Janet Preus

Aisle Say Twin Cities - Recommended

"...You should see the production for the adult actors alone, as they give some of the best performances I've seen in Twin Cities theater. Dean Holt's Mad Hatter and Humpty Dumpty are the highlights of this production, and Autumn Ness left us trembling after her scenes as the Queen of Hearts. Many of the children are also impressive in their ensemble roles. Of course, I could grumble-the second act went on too long, Anna Evans as Alice is left with little to do but gawk, and the inclusion of Carroll's Jabberwocky felt out of place-but this production left me grinning for days, so those quibbles really aren't worth your time."
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Emily Meisler

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