Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland
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Alice in Wonderland: Down the Rabbit Hole

Audiences will delight at this modern-day adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s trip to Wonderland, in which the restless birthday girl chases after a very busy bunny and ends up in a bizarre world. Mark Landon Smith’s witty new adaptation brings Alice into the 21st century with sharp-edged humor as she traverses the land of the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, and the blustery Queen of Hearts.

 

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Characters:

Alice

Edith

White Rabbit

Door

Cheshire Cat

Caterpillar

Madge or Moose (depending upon gender cast)

Footman

Cook

Duchess

Humpty Dumpty

Flowers

            Lily

            Violet

            Rose

            Daisy

            Amaryllis

Mad Hatter

March Hare

Dormouse

Club Soldier #1

Club Soldier #2

Queen of Hearts

King of Hearts

Two Card

Five Card

Seven Card

Casting Note: Roles which may be played by either gender are in italics.

Mark Landon Smith is the author of 16 published scripts including Faith County, Faith County 2: An Evening of Culture, Dupont, Mississippi, Radio T.B.S., Hindenberg! Das Explosive New Musical!, The Really Hip Adventures of Go-Go Girl, The Pirate Show, Christmas Carol High School, Teenagers From Outer Space, Brawl at the Ball, A Dickens’ Christmas Carol: A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts, Alice in Wonderland: Down the Rabbit Hole, Night of the Living Dead, Plan 9 From Outer Space, Sherlock Holmes Mystery School, and Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. He is also a 2012 AATE Distinguished Play nominee. His scripts are produced throughout the world and Off-Broadway and include three foreign translations. Acting credits include work with McCoy Repertory Theatre, Ceramic Cow Productions, TheatreSquared, Phunbags Comedy Improv, and Classical Edge Theatre. Film credits include FREDI, Valley Inn, Gordon Family Tree, Crossfire, Parker's Anchor, Door in the Woods, Mayfly, and others. He is the Executive Director of Arts Live Theatre, Co-Founder and Producer of Ceramic Cow Productions, Co-Director of the Arkansas Playwrights Workshop with TheatreSquared, and founder of the Actors Casting Agency. 


Performance Royalties for AMATEUR and EDUCATIONAL Groups begin at $90.00 per performance for theaters under 150 seats, and rise depending on ticket prices and theater particulars. Please fill out an application for your personalized quote. 
 
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An Authorized Materials/Rehearsal Package must be purchased from Stage Rights as a part of your licensing agreement (see Materials).
 
Billing responsibilities, pertinent copyright information, and playwrights' biographies are available in the show rider that comes with your license agreement.

An Authorized Materials/Rehearsal Package must be purchased from Stage Rights as a part of your licensing agreement. Your materials will be sent to you two months prior to your opening date, unless other arrangements have been made in advance with your Stage Rights Licensing Representative. 

The Authorized Materials/Rehearsal Package for Alice in Wonderland consists of:
18 Production Scripts / $210.00 (shipping included)
 
Production Scripts for Plays are professionally printed and bound with a full-color cover.
 
You will have the option to purchase additional Production Scripts at a discounted rate when you complete your Licensing Agreement.
 
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Optional Materials:
 
Stage Manager’s Script – Printed on standard 8.5” x 11” 3-hole-punched paper, with the same page numbers and text as the Printed Production Scripts, but with more space on the page for notes and cues.