‘Alice’ adventure continues this weekend

Photos by Bruce Strand Matthew Nelson as Mad Hatter sings “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bat” during a tea with March Hare (Anthony Kath), Dormouse (Victoria Hudson) and Alice (Shelby Swenson). (Photo by Bruce Strand)

Matthew Nelson as Mad Hatter sings “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bat” during a tea with March Hare (Anthony Kath), Dormouse (Victoria Hudson) and Alice (Shelby Swenson). (Photos by Bruce Strand)

 

There are four more opportunities this weekend to take a journey with a young girl who crawled into a rabbit hole and encountered many unusual sights and odd characters. “Alice in Wonderland,” a light-hearted, whimsical diversion from reality, presented by Youth Theatre Workshop, has two performances Saturday, Oct. 12, at 2 and 7 p.m., and two more Sunday, Oct, 13, at 2 and 6 p.m., at the Little Theatre at Elk River High School.

The Queen of Hearts (Sarah Noding) holds court, flanked by the king (Hunter Woolfolk) and 5 of Clubs (Anthony Kath), while Alice (Shelby Swenson) chats with White Rabbit (Isaac Branjord). (Photo by Bruce Strand)

The Queen of Hearts (Sarah Noding) holds court, flanked by the king (Hunter Woolfolk) and 5 of Clubs (Anthony Kath), while Alice (Shelby Swenson) chats with White Rabbit (Isaac Branjord). (Photo by Bruce Strand)

Lauren Theissen as the smiley Cheshire Cat.

Lauren Theissen as the smiley Cheshire Cat.

Bella Kallas (left) and Elly Rolfes as Tweedledum and Tweedledee sing “How Do Ya Do”

Bella Kallas (left) and Elly Rolfes as Tweedledum and Tweedledee sing “How Do Ya Do” and dance with Averi Schirmers as Small Alice.

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