The Alice150 conference may be over, but the Alice events continue! Symphony Space in New York City is hosting an evening of readings from and inspired by Alice! Readers include Joyce Carol Oates, Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), Ari Graynor (Whip It), Linda Lavin, and BD Wong. Don’t be late! Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space Wed, Nov 18, 2015 7:30pm
Carrollians Ellie Schaefer-Salins, Matt Crandall, and Wendy Lane Crandall will be on a panel at this weekend’s DC comic book convention, Awesome-Con. The panel is Friday, May 29th (that’s today) at 6PM. From the convention schedule: Why is a Raven like an IPad? The 150-Year Transmedia Evolution of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland. Friday, 6:00 PM… [read full post]
Well, I guess it had to happen sooner or later, a Las Vegas Alice show. Performed infrequently, check the show’s page on the official Hard Rock website for details. Next performance appears to be May 20. From the Las Vegas Sun: Alice: A Steampunk Rock Opera at Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel, and the eight-member… [read full post]
On April 24th the Pontine Theatre will premiere its new Victorian-style toy theatre production of The Hunting of the Snark and Other Nonsense. Shows run through May 20th. The production is performed by Co-Artistic Directors, Greg Gathers and Marguerite Mathews. The figures, set, projected images and costumes are designed and created by Mr. Gathers, examples… [read full post]
Guess this is theater week on the Carroll blog, but lots of good stuff happening. Next month the Drama Desk Award winning TADA Youth Theater is performing a new musical called The Trials of Alice in Wonderland. From their site: Book by William Brooke Music by Eric Rockwell Lyrics by Joanne Bogart Based on the… [read full post]
Everyone is jumping on the Alice bandwagon this year, and DC’s Synetic Theater is no exception. They will be mounting their own adaptation of “Alice in Wonderland” this fall as part of DC’s Women’s Voices Festival. From Broadway World: The whimsical Alice tumbles down the rabbit hole soon finding herself in the mysterious world of… [read full post]
This fall The Brass Tacks Ensemble will be performing the world premiere of a new Alice play called “Eat Me: Alice’s Adventures in the Working Class.” From Broadway World: Rounding out the season will be the World Premiere of Eat Me: Alice’s Adventures in the Working Class, written and directed by Isaac Ellis. Alice is… [read full post]
Well, not really, but that’s what this looks like. “Lookingglass Alice” was recently mounted in Denver and Chicago, and seems to have been around for about 3 years…anyone have any idea where it will be next?
Those of you who attended the 2013 Spring meeting in Winston-Salem, NC will remember the wonderful play written fellow society member Daniel Singer that we all enjoyed as a part of the festivities. It has recently come to our attention that you may now purchase a copy of the official script, and license it for… [read full post]
For those of you lucky enough to attend the spring meeting in 2014 you got a taste of this very fun project. Well now you can get even more! The project has been posted to SoundCloud, and you can take a listen at any time.