Alice in Wonderland
March 21, 2019
The Falcon's Eye closes its twelfth season with our own adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. Alice's story takes a sharp turn as she falls down the rabbit hole into the dark and mysterious Wonderland. The Falcon's Eye Theatre presents Lewis Carroll's fairy tale of the absurd in this exuberant, funny and strikingly pertinent production.
With more than 50 characters in the current adaptation of the classic play, Alice in Wonderland, Falcon’s Eye boasts a full cast of nearly 30 actors, and many additional non-human characters.
As always, Falcon’s Eye Theatre puts its own unique twist on the classic play. With original music compositions by Wesley Murphy, a frequent Falcon’s Eye creative, to Indonesian inspired shadow puppetry, the creative team always looks to bring exciting, out-of-the-box technology to the stage. Not only will the human characters in Alice in Wonderland interact with each other, this adaptation will showcase communication between humans and animation technology. Video game puppets will feature live actors in front of a green screen - all brought to you exclusively by the award-winning Falcon’s Eye creative team.
Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), is best known for his novels Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There (1872), and, still enjoyed by readers throughout the world, they have been adapted for radio, television, and motion pictures. Writing at a very early age, Dodgson displayed a talent for writing engaging prose as well as verse. Dodgson also contributed widely to newspapers and magazines. The book is infused with Carroll’s unique sense of humor and reflects his love of punning and sophisticated plays on language. Following his death, it was said of Dodgson, “The brilliant, venturesome imagination, defying forecast with ever fresh surprise; the sense of humour in its finest and most naive form; the power to touch with lightest hand the undercurrent of pathos in the midst of fun; the audacity of creative fancy, and the delicacy of insight - these are rare gifts; and surely they were his.”
Falcon’s Eye Theatre’s Alice in Wonderland opens on Friday, April 26 and will continue through Sunday, May 12 in Stage Two/City Studio Theater at the Harris Center for the Arts.
- Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27 at 7:30 pm
- Sunday, April 28 at 2:00 pm
- Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4 at 7:30 pm
- Sunday, May 5 at 2:00 pm
- Thursday, May 9, Friday, May 10, and Saturday, May 11 at 7:30 pm
- Sunday, May 12 at 2:00 pm
Performances take place in Stage Two at the Harris Center for the Arts on the campus of Folsom Lake College. To purchase tickets, visit the Harris Center website at: www.harriscenter.net. Tickets may also be purchased by phone at (916) 608-6888. Some service charges can be avoided by purchasing your tickets in person. Visit the Harris Center Ticket Office at 10 College Parkway in Folsom. The office is open 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, Monday through Saturday, and is always open two hours before any performance.
Note: This performance is suitable for all people over age 12.
Alice in Wonderland presented by The Falcon’s Eye
Director: David Harris
Movement Director: Gavin Sellars
Scenic and Projection Designer: Ian Wallace
Costume Designer: Rebecca Redmond
Lighting Designer: Ian Allen
Composer and Sound Designer: Wesley Murphy
Technical Director: Cameron Hoyt
Stage Manager: Ashley Christensen
Audio Engineer: John Fynes
Alice - Kylie Adams
The White Rabbit - Jolin Nguyen
The Mouse/The Cook - Garrett Haven
The Dodo - Maisie Crimmins
The Lory - Ingrid Munoz
The Eaglet - Kate McClintock
Old Crab - Ken Thompson
Young Crab/The Executioner - Manasa Bollapragada
Old Magpie/The voice of the Cheshire Cat - Sonny Alforque
Pat - Rich Kirlin
Bill/The Gryphon - Collin Clark
The First Hedgehog/The Dormouse - Carter Smart
The Second Hedgehog - Maisie Crimmins
Sister of Alice/The Pigeon - Greta Egger
Fish Footman - Maksim Malko
Frog Footman/The Pig Baby - Lily Eichner
The Caterpillar Body - Hannah Vaccaro, Fay Perea, Marco Tabayoyon, Kavya Illikkal
The Duchess - Sarah Rowland
The March Hare - Evan Clark
The Hatter - Nitalia Wilson
The Queen of Hearts/The voice of the Caterpillar - Bert Anderssen
The Knave of Hearts - Casey Campbell
The King of Hearts - Deborah Wasserman
The Mock Turtle - DeeDee Eldridge
Koken (movement assist actors) - Hannah Vaccaro, Marco Tabayoyon, Kate McClintock, Collin Clark
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