Alice in Wonderland

Directed by: Sarah Shelton (Cox)
Show Dates: January 24 – February 9
Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays

Follow Alice through the rabbit hole and into Wonderland in this beautiful staging of the famous novel by Lewis Carroll.
Filled with all of the beloved characters you cherish, like the White Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Queen of Hearts and many, many more!

Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland opens on a scene of Alice reading over her sister Delilah’s shoulder. Alice sees the White Rabbit scurry down a rabbit hole and decides to follow him. In Wonderland, she meets an assortment of strange characters, including the Cheshire Cat, who advises her to attend a tea party thrown by the March Hare. After the Mad Hatter tries to cut her hair, Alice runs away from the tea party. She soon finds herself in a garden where servants are painting roses red to appease the Queen of Hearts. Alice is called upon to testify against a tart thief. When Alice admits she knows nothing about the crime, the Queen orders her execution.

 FAME: the Musical JR

Written By: Jose Fernandez, Steve Margoshes, Jacques Levy

Directed by: Claudia Bradford

Musical Theater International

October 16 – November 1

 Fame follows the final class of New York City’s celebrated High School for the Performing Arts from their admission in 1980 to their graduation in 1984. All of the struggles, fears and triumphs – from prejudice to substance abuse – are depicted with razor-sharp focus as the young artists navigate the worlds of music, drama and dance.

Synopsis: An unmistakable title from the unforgettable film and television franchise, Fame The Musical inspired generations to fight for fame and light up the sky like a flame! Conceived and developed by David De Silva – now known affectionately to the planet as “Father Fame” – this high-octane musical features the Academy Award-winning title song and a host of other catchy pop numbers.

The show follows the final class of New York City’s celebrated High School for the Performing Arts from their admission in 1980 to their graduation in 1984. All of the struggles, fears and triumphs – from prejudice to substance abuse – are depicted with razor-sharp focus as the young artists navigate the worlds of music, drama and dance.