Alice in Wonderland

7/14/24 in Zinnowitz

The next dates:

  • Sunday, Jul 14, 202419:30 - 21:30 clock
Children, Theatre & Stage

A colorful, child-friendly fairy tale, full of wondrous characters, dancing and dreamlike songs

 

Alice steps through a mirror and enters a world full of contradictions and absurdities. Here, nothing seems to be what it seems. What is reality here? Or is everything just a dream? On her journey, Alice encounters wondrous creatures. From a talking rabbit with a pocket watch, to a grinning cat, she also meets a caterpillar just before it turns into a butterfly. Alice dances with talking flowers and is challenged by the Queen of Hearts. Before that, however, she must catch up with the Mad Hatter until the five o'clock tea to make up for lost time

On her journey through Wonderland, Alice finds many companions and even a real friend in the end.

In 1865, Carroll wrote "Alice in Wonderland," an encouraging story about identity and growing up. From the famous novel, a colorful, child-friendly fairy tale is created on stage, full of wondrous characters, dance and dreamlike songs.


Director: Wolfgang Hagemann

acting: Ernest Bruno, Tabea Günther, Laura Hannemann, Lilly Roitsch, Christiane Schoon, Robyn Winter, Dietmar Wurzel


Performance rights: Winnie Karnofka, Jan Pusch, Tatjana Rese
Length: approx. 75min (without intermission)

Age recommendation: from 7 years


 

Good to know

Event dates
  • Sunday, Jul 14, 2024 19:30 - 21:30 clock
Event Location

The yellow theater- the can

Seestraße 8
17454 Zinnowitz


info@theater-anklam.de
+49 (0)38377 40936
http://www.blechbuechse.de
Contact the organiser

Vorpommersche Landesbühne Anklam GmbH

Leipziger Allee 34
17389 Anklam


info@vorpommersche-landesbuehne.de
039712688800

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