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ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS – (Full-Cast Dramatization))

 

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Alice’s adventures continue in this audio theatre presentation of the timeless classic. Join Alice as she enters a mirror into a strange new world where she encounters peculiar characters, including a giant egg named Humpty Dumpty, the two odd brothers Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, Tiger Lily, the White Knight, and more. Featuring Georgia Lee Schultz (Alice In Wonderland) as Alice and a whole cast of voice actors with sound effects and music. Expect the unexpected in this magical journey into Wonderland.

 

 

Cast In Order of Appearance:

GEORGIA LEE SCHULTZ – Alice

NOELLE DUPUIS – White Queen

PETE LUTZ – White King

SKYE GOULBOURNE – Tiger Lily

TRISHA ROSE – Rose

ASHLEY BANKER – Red Queen

GEORGE ZARR – Conductor

ROB TYMEC – Paper Man

HEIDI STEWART – Beetle

ELLIN WALLIN – Owl

BILL CRAVEN – Tweedle Dum

KEITH BURNETT – Tweddle Dee

JOHN JARVIS – Humpty Dumpty

JEFF DUPUIS – Messenger

MICHAEL CROUCH – White Knight


Also Released on AUDIBLE June 01, 2023

ADAPTED FOR AUDIO BY: Diane Vanden Hoven

DIRECTED BY: George Zarr

PUBLISHER: Design Sound Productions / Blackstone Publishing

Performance ©2023 Design Sound Productions / Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre


Reviews

“Canadian-born Georgia Lee Schultz provides a gentle and clear voice for the nineteenth century’s most beloved, most precocious child–Alice. All the characters are here in this full-cast audio adaptation of the 1871 sequel to ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND: the Jabberwock, Humpty Dumpty, Tiger Lily, and, of course, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum (portrayed with gusto by Keith Burnett and Bill Craven), who are happily reading the ever popular and wonderfully silly “Walrus and the Carpenter.” It all begins when Alice discusses the game of chess with Kitty and then steps through the mirror above the mantel. This gentle production for younger listeners is a fine introduction to Lewis Carroll’s celebrated wit, wordplay, and surrealistic worlds. “Life, what is it but a dream?” –AudioFile Magazine

 

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