Alice In Wonderland Opens Nov 29

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Second Street Players (SSP) proudly present a family classic for the holidays, Alice In Wonderland. The show opens on Friday, November 29 at 8pm at the Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut Street in downtown Milford. Other perfomances include November 30 at 8pm and December 1 at 3pm, and a second weekend including December 6 and 7 at 8pm and December 8 at 3pm. Ticket prices are $17 and can be purchesed by visiting SSP’s website at secondstreetplayers.com or calling 1-800-838-3006.

Lewis Carroll’s classic story comes to life on the Riverfront Theater stage. When Alice slides down the rabbit hole all she wants to do is to get home again. With only the key to an unknown door and little help from the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, and other crazy characters, her task is easier said than done. Theater-goers of all ages will be delighted with this magical holiday adventure and will learn along with Alice in Wonderland that nonsense makes quite good sense.

Director Sharon Buchanan and Assistant Director Mark Dissinger bring this version of Alice in Wonderland to life with a hilarious cast of crazy characters. This version is a bit different than what most people know of the story but all the favorite characters are in it with a few extra. This show is fun for the whole family. Do not miss a chance to join Alice on her adventure through the rabbit hole. You never know what awaits you when you going chasing rabbits.

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