Ray Dyer, PhD, has taken the “fairy” story contained in Sylvie and Bruno and Sylvie and Bruno Concluded, “here removed from its distracting asides, to be presented initially for specialist scholars, as a simpler and annotated didactic new edition.” The frame story will be dealt with in Lady Muriel: A Victorian Romance, to be published next… [read full post]
It was just announced that the Dalí-illustrated Wonderland (the first trade edition) won the prestigious 2015 Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award in the Commemorative/Anniversary Edition category. Mark Burstein, its editor, very much appreciates the honor, only finding it somewhat ironic in that the edition was deliberately designed for anyone but children.
Will Todd and Maggie Gottlieb’s popular and critical success of their sweet operatic adaptation for children (we wrote about it here) is now available on CD and iTunes. One only wishes it were on DVD, as how many kids gather around the CD player these days for a family evening?
For those of you in the Midwest this January 9th, you have the opportunity to see the Ball State musical Mad World as it is being staged as part of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region III, in Milwaukee, WI. One performance only, but they are submitting it to the National Alliance of Musical Theatre’s… [read full post]
So yeah. In the current issue of Vanity Fair, there is this ad. For toilets. With an Alice theme. That is all.
LCSNA president emeritus Andrew Sellon will be giving a very brief intro before the screening of the 1933 Paramount “Alice in Wonderland” film this Sunday, December 6th at the Film Forum in NYC. Showtime is 12:45 pm. For tickets and more info click here.