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WONDERLAND
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : CHILDREN MUSICAL


COMPANY : Christian Youth Theatre -Atlanta [WEBSITE]
VENUE : CYT Atlanta [WEBSITE]
ID# 1780

SHOWING : October 13, 2006 - October 22, 2006

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Alice is busy playing a game of chess with Cheshire, her cat, when her mother interrupts and tells her to wrap up the game. Before she does this, she wonders through a looking glass into “Wonderland”, an imaginary land from her books. When she arrives into this land of chaos, she discovers she can become Queen of Wonderland, if she can make it to the 8th square of the chess game. Alice’s desire to become queen involves her journey to different squares and along the way she meets talking flowers, fable characters, poetic twins and even, friends from her previous adventures. She encounters fighting creatures who also want to capture the crown to become queen. Will Alice make it to the 8th square? Or is this adventure just a dream?


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Christopher Miller
Director Michelle Theriac
Show Coordinater Pat Valleroy
Crew Frank A.
Dixie Chicken/Red Piece Angela A.
Humpty Dumpty Jared Allen Dangar
White King Colin Joseph Dennard
Mad Hatter Jonathan Christian Elmore
Alice Megan Hoag
Cheshire Cat Graham Little
Red Queen Katie Pruitt
Tweedle Dum Jessie S.
White Rabbit Hannah V.
Red Knight Jacob V.
Responsibility Sarah Grace V.
Tweedle Dee Rachel Walls
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REVIEWS

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GREAT!
by lillian
Monday, October 29, 2007
4.0
It was good!! The sound tech people seemed like they may have had a problem though!! Otherwise it seemed very nice it really pulled the audience in [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
What an AMAZING SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Hannah
Sunday, August 26, 2007
5.0
The acting was great as well as the sinigng and the dancing was phenominal! The set was so interesting and it was so real that you felt like you were actually watching a teenage girl being pulled into a mirror... it was a shame that each and every one of you couldn't go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Fun in a foreign language
by happytobee
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
3.0
Wonderland is a great showcase for some wonderful young talent, and a fun production to experience visually....costumes and choreography are really wonderful and fun. Fun to watch...and it seemed liek the kids really had fun too. The songs are fun too, but my biggest complaint is that the words were mostly unintelligible. I don' t know whether to blame the sound system (music was too loud and covered up voices), or that the wireless mikes distorted the voices, or just that the performers got too excited and spoke too fast, but it had the effect, for me at least, of seeming like I was in a foreign country seeing a show in a strange language I understood only a few words of. Oh well...but it was fun anyway! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
I understood it! by Hannah
I understood every word of it!
I agree by jcman3777
I was the Mad Hatter in this show. It was horrible quality sound. When you're speaking and singing in a "wobbly" voice, there is only so much you can do as the actor. Regretfully, the acoustics in that auditorium were less than average.

Our last show, Beauty and the Beast was in a different facility. I was Lumiere (Where it involves another foreign voice) and people said they could understand me fine. So I believe it was the facility.


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