Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - the 1937 Radio Drama
A recreation of old-time radio. This production is an adaptation of the intriguing
work of Lewis Carroll featuring his fantastical characters brought to life through
an impression of voices.
From the author: "Alice," a fairy story peopled with human beings, animals that
talk like men. Do they mirror men who act like animals? I do not know. I merely
wrote a simple story about a little girl for a little girl. Half the world has, for
seventy-two years, called it childish nonsense; the other half, significant social
satire. To me, it has always been simply "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."
Directed by Nate Leonard
Produced by Bob Hill
John Leslie - Piano
Marc Hill - Engineer
General admission ticket price includes complimentary gourmet desserts from Bean Counter Bakery and beverages.