Alice’s rock and roll adventure


Production of the Synchronicity Theater in Wonderland family series: Alice’s Rock and Roll Adventure runs from December 10, 2021 to January 2, 2022. Individual tickets start at $ 15. For tickets or more information, please visit synchrotheatre.com or call 404-484-8636.

The show was adapted from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll, and What Alice Found There. The show was created by Rachel Rockwell (book, lyrics) and Michael Mahler (music, lyrics). In this rock concert Meet the Live Theater, we follow young Alice as she crosses doubt to find her true voice and true self. This vibrant, wacky and refreshing new take on Lewis Carroll’s beloved story brings a live band soundtrack – from classic rock and punk to ska and even a little bit of Bollywood – to a classic tale for people. children and parents of all ages.

The cast includes Atlanta cast Ja’siah Young as Alice, Hannah Lake Chatham as Dinah / White Rabbit, Danny Crowe as Cheshire Cat / Jabberwock, Autumn Hamilton as Queen of Hearts, Iliana Rivera as Mad Hatter / Felicite / Unicorn, Branden Shaw as Dormouse / Dum / Seven, David Wells as March Hare / Dee / Four and Anna Dvorak Gonzalez as Caterpillar / Bianca / Lorina.

The show will be directed by Jennifer Alice Acker, who led the 2019 production of Mac | Beth’s Synchronicity. The musical director is LeRell Ross, with choreography by Kimmie Gee. Set Design by Madalyn Walsh, Costume Design by Derrick Vanmeter, Lighting Design by Joe Monaghan, Sound Design by Bennett Walton, Props Design by Amber Brown, Technical Direction by Rachel Graf Evans.

For this production, Synchronicity Theater will partner with Hands In !, an organization based in Athens, Georgia, which produces and performs original artistic works in American Sign Language (ASL). The performance of December 11, 2021 at 4 p.m. will be performed.


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