York College Theatre to present family-friendly production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ on Dec. 8
York College of Pennsylvania’s Division of Theatre will present a family-friendly production of “Alice in Wonderland” for the holiday season. Adapted from Lewis Carroll’s famous story and directed by theatre instructor Seth Werner, the show will be presented at 10 a.m., Dec. 8, in the Waldner Performing Arts Center. Tickets are free, but reservations are recommended as seating is limited for this general admission performance. Tickets are available at www.ycp.edu/theatre or by calling the box office at 717.600.3868.
This 45-minute version follows Alice (Taara Muhammad, sophomore theatre major from Forestville, Md.) and her encounters with all of the story’s favorite characters. There’s hopscotch with Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum (Julie Cox, first-year forensic chemistry major from Lancaster, and Morgan Rinehart, first-year hospitality major from Thomasville); a madly musical Tea Party with the Mad Hatter (Vivian Ferris, senior mass communications major from Chester Springs), March Hare (Dax Lyle, first-year theatre major from Roswell, Ga.), and Dormouse (Stiles Colbert, first-year theatre major from Harrisburg); and a round of croquet with the Queen of Hearts (Amalea Williams, junior theatre major from Hanover). Each adventure brings her closer to home and out of the madness of Wonderland.