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ALiCE: A one-act fantasy

ALiCE: A one-act fantasy
Your Price: $14.95 CDN
Author: Jerome McDonough
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing (cover may change)
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 29
Pub. Date: 1990
Edition: Acting
ISBN-10: 0886803365
ISBN-13: 9780886803360
Cast Size: 10+ actors, flexible

About the Play:

ALiCE is a one-act drama by Jerome McDonough, based on the classic novels by Lewis Carroll. What lies beyond the rabbit hole in Wonderland? Go ask Alice. A fantasy adventure for all ages, AliCE tells the story of a little girl who wants to be grown up.

AliCE is one-act mashup of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. It is distinguished by the inventive manner with which Jerome McDonough handles Alice's various changes in size and the numerous changes of setting, with no breaks in the action. Due to his ingenious directions for making all the magical special effects easy to stage, this version is fun to do and fun to watch. Most of the revered characters are here: the Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, and, perhaps best of all, the Oyster show. Jerome McDonough attempts to involve the audience in the experience of the adventures. With no front curtain, the main stage is skeletal and a bit dark with Lewis Carroll's study Down Left.

ALiCE is especially recommended for school and contest use.

Cast: 10+ actors, flexible

About the Playwright:

Jerome McDonough (1946-1999) was an American high school teacher and playwright. Remaining in Amarillo, Texas his whole life, he loved his "day job" of 30 years as the Theatre Arts teacher at Caprock High School, where many of his shows had their world premiere. His more than 40 published pieces have seen productions in all 50 US states, every Canadian province and numerous foreign countries.

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