A Sneak Peek to Wonderland
Lewis Caroll's classic tale Alice In Wonderland captured the imagination of many readers both young and old. What most doesn't know that the world called Wonderland is very complicated to children if they happen to read the book. I remember doing a review titled, The Psychology behind Alice In Wonderland.
Alice In Wonderland has been immortalized in many mediums such as cinemas, television and even the theater. Speaking of theater, Repertory Philippines' Theatre for Young Audiences is going to stage Alice for the third time starting August 17 at Onstage, Greenbelt 1.
I already got the chance to watch one of their previous production like Aladdin when I accompanied my younger sister as her school's field trip that sponsored a play date. Rep made the theater an educational medium to reach out to the kids of all age
Not only that their productions are colorfully appealing, it's also a chance for the kids to participate interactively during one of the scenes in the play. Alice marks Theater For Young Audiences 21st Year in performing for the kids.
Speaking of educational, what you can learn from Alice is creativity and imagination which is not only kids can learn but the adults as well. I got to see an excerpt of Alice and I got to experience the Mad Hatter's tea party as well and it was fun. I am looking forward to its opening on August 17.
Cast includes Chaye Mogg and Daniella Gana takes turns as Alice. Reb Atadero, Jim Ferrer, and Nacho Tambunting as the White Rabbit. The Mad Hatter played by Joel Trinidad and Nic Campos. The dreaded Queen of Hearts played by Bituin Escalante and Natalie Everett. Joy Virata directs. For ticket reservations, visit Ticketworld website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org