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Players Theatre
Between West 3rd and Minetta Lane 115 MacDougal Street New York City, NY 10012
212-475-1449
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25 events
15 reviews
6 stars
attended Feb 23 2012

It was okay.
I thought the show was not really geared for children who do not respond well to the many ballads in the score, I think they would have appreciated more upbeat funny songs.
My grandchildren are six and eight and this also was what...continued

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10 reviews
13 stars
attended Feb 18 2012

My 6 and 9 yr olds loved it! My 9 yr old esp. loved the fact that a male played the Queen of Hearts. We make it a point to tell the kids anything is possible, if you really want it. She felt the actor REally wanted to show he is such a good...continued

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5 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 18 2012

This was a great event for children. I took my 2 1/2 year old and he loved it. Towards the end he got a antsy but as soon as they started singing again he was right back. The costumes were really cute and the cast was around to meet afterwards. ...continued

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Website

http://www.literallyalive.com

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Description

This production of Alice in Wonderland is appropriate for audience members of all ages.

Most shows are preceded by an arts workshop inspired by the show where children can experience activities that demonstrate how the arts make stories come alive, as well as create fun arts and crafts. Some performances feature a talk-back session with the actors and musicians after the show instead of the pre-show workshop.

*May 19, 2012: Benefit Performance

  • This benefit performance is part of fundraising efforts to support the Free Summer Theatre Program taking place in July. The pre-show arts workshop and performance will run as scheduled and following the performance there will be a silent auction, refreshments and fantastic raffle prizes. The total event will last approximately 3 hours.