Alice would rather play and daydream than do her homework, so hides in her father's study, which is crammed with books of all types and sizes.
But one day, a curious looking rabbit, who just happens to be an eater of novels, appears, Not wanting the library to be turned into a rodent smorgasbord, Alice chases the rabbit and follows him into an amazing wonderland, where she encourters the Queen of Hearts, Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, and of course the Chesire Cat.
Tout a Trac's adaptation is faithful to the madness and humor of Lewis Carroll's original with one important twist: the story is no longer set in a garden, but in a library full of pop-up books. Each new page opens another door and leads to the next adventure.
Alice in Wonderland is a gateway to the imagination. Will you follow the white rabbit?
Sunday, Feb. 9 at 1pm
Sunday, Feb. 9 at 4pm (ASL Interpretation provided, Audio Described, and Relaxed Sensory-friendly Performance)
Recommended for ages 6 to 10
Run time: 60 minutes
There are puns and puns and more puns and sight gags and silliness--all tied up in a beautiful take on brilliant children's literature."
It will be a "Page to Stage" day when Queens Theatre hosts its second annual FREE Children's Book Fair along with performances of Alice in Wonderland.
Beginning at noon and running until 4pm, you can visit with children's book authors to purchase their works, get them to autograph them and ask questions about being a writer.
Authors scheduled to take part:
Joanne Baker-Smith: "Rosie the Reader" "Wren the Writer"
Aram Kim: "Cat on the Bus" "No Kimchi For Me!"
Daniel J. O'Brien: "The Carnival Prince"
Sharita Manickam: "Rad Girl Revolution"
Kimaada Le Gendre: "Marley's Beach Adventure" "Kareem's Birthday Ride"
Kamaal Mabry: "Veggies From the Underground: First Day of Class"
Jane Sanders: "Seashore Stroll" "Woodland Walk"
Eric Robertson & Lynda Sing: "S'mores Indoors!"
Vincent Chen: "The Secret Castle in the Cloud" "Squish Squeeze and Smash"