Alice in Wonderland
Perform in Alice in Wonderland! This winter-spring performance class mounts a professionally directed and designed show with elementary and middle school actors. This class is for experienced young performers as well as eager, dedicated students new to acting. Culminates in 3 public performances in Tysons Corner Center!
LIMITED AVAILABILITY: Alice in Wonderland is limited to 13 performers. We recommend registering for the earliest audition that you’re available for.
- February 4, 10:00 am — 12:00 pm
- Allows you to claim the Early Bird Discount!
- February 18, 10:00 am — 12:00 pm
REHEARSAL & PERFORMANCE
- Hatters (4th – 7th grade): Saturdays and Sundays, February 25 – May 7
- Hares (4th – 5th grade): Saturdays, February 25 – May 7
Current 4th – 5th graders
For the student just getting to know theatre, or who can’t commit the whole weekend, this option allows young actors to participate without committing to months of full-weekend rehearsals.
You won’t get one of the leads, since you won’t be at all the rehearsals, but Traveling Players’ emphasis on ensemble means that you’ll be a fully-integrated member of the cast with lots to do.
Current 4th – 7th graders
These dedicated performers rehearse Saturdays & Sundays — tackling the bulk of the storytelling and larger roles in the play.
Students will learn acting techniques, physical theatre, and technical theatre as they make the magic of this play happen. This class is ideal for experienced actors, as well as eager and committed students new to acting.
Traveling Players presents Alice in Wonderland! In this imaginative adaptation, a group of young actors are looking for the lead of their next play, which happens to be Alice in Wonderland. Luckily, they find a girl named Alice backstage! Follow this group of intrepid thespians as they lead Alice down the rabbit hole and through an unusual place called “Wonderland” where Alice will encounter Lewis Carroll’s most iconic storybook characters: White Rabbit, Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts, & one crazy cook!
Our rehearsals will include text analysis, acting exercises, movement workshops and improvisational games that explore the world of the play.
In addition to learning about acting craft, our daughter has developed a lot of confidence getting in front of others, and made some great friends!