Playwright: Deborah Lynn Frockt
Based on: Lewis Caroll’s book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

One you fall through the rabbit hole, nothing is as it seems! Adapted from Lewis Caroll’s 1865 book of the same name, this lively play follows Alice on a confounding journey through a world of talking animals and a corrupt queen. This show features talented West Michigan teens as part of our Summer Repertory Theatre Intensive program.

The play begins on a lazy summer day, when young Alice follows the White Rabbit down its hole and comes upon a curious world with food and drinks that make her grow or shrink most inconveniently. She encounters a disappearing Cheshire Cat who warns her that no one around her is sane, followed by a puzzling series of adventures at the Mad Hatter’s tea party, a game of hedgehog croquet with the King and Queen of Hearts, a philosophical conversation with a Mock Turtle, and a trial where Alice finds herself accused and must draw on her new skills to save herself from danger.

Enjoyable for All Ages


July 27, 28, 31
August 2, 3
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 pm