Alice in Wonderland by Don Macrae and Ted Blackbourn


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Alice in Wonderland by Don Macrae and Ted Blackbourn
Both the Script and the Music Bundle for this play can be purchased on this page. Please ensure you have selected the appropriate product(s) from the drop-down menu above the "Add to Cart" button.
The Script includes the music score. The Music Bundle contains recorded versions of all 18 of the play’s songs plus 2 trumpet fanfare sound effects.

Hold on tight! When you fall a thousand miles down a rabbit hole, you have to expect the unexpected - from the wicked Queen of Hearts to the dizzy Mad Hatter. You see, someone has stolen the Queen's tarts and guess who the prime suspect is? It's a matter of survival for Alice and her lovable cat, Dinah. And all those familiar characters – plus some delightful new ones – aren't helping very much. Get set for more strange surprises than you could wish for in a lifetime! This fun-filled musical, featuring lots of audience participation, will thrill the whole family with songs and riddles, laughter and adventure. Excitement you could only find with a little girl named Alice! And only in a place called Wonderland!

Keywords: family, children, musical, Alice, Wonderland, laughter, adventure, audience-participation, sing-alongs

Book and lyrics by Don Macrae, music by Ted Blackbourn and Don Macrae
Cover art by Don Macrae

Produced by Guelph Little Theatre, 1989, Elgin Theatre Guild, 1990 & 1996, and Dundas Community Players, 2013.

Genre: Family Musical
Acts: 2
Run time: 110 minutes

Cast size: 22 actors
Male roles: 5
Female roles: 7
Other roles: 10
Casting note: Doubling, tripling is possible for some roles. A Chorus can be added to the cast. The number of actors and the gender of the actors is completely up to the director and the production team.

"Entertain is understatement. Alice in Wonderland is participatory theatre. Certainly, the memories of this production will last long after the batteries of conventional entertainments have run down."
- Jim Campbell, St. Thomas Times-Journal