Ophelia Theatre Group's new drama explores the complex and dynamic friendship between Lewis Carroll and his muse Alice Liddell, the inspiration for 'Alice in Wonderland.' More…
On the golden afternoon of July 4, 1862, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (aka Lewis Carroll) began to tell a story that would become a classic beloved by both children and adults. But what about the first ears that heard this story? As Charles and Alice sail the day away, the songs, words, and whimsical characters of Wonderland are pitted against the demons of a man struggling to keep himself afloat. 'Your Alice' is part of Ophelia Theater Group's 'Turning the Page' season, featuring adaptations and original plays inspired by iconic literary works.
See it if Lively cast captures the zaniness of Lewis Carroll's characters, and the inspiring but heartbreaking relationship between LC and Alice.
Don't see it if You wouldn't enjoy a biographically based play that explores the blurry area between fantasy and reality, between adult and child.
See it if You've ever wondered about the back story behind Lewis Carroll and Alice. Beautifully told and ultimately heartbreaking.
Don't see it if A few odd moments of interpretive dance and some off key singing. The trek is no fun and if you aren't in the front row it is hard to see.
See it if You can follow a fast-paced show with strange and not well defined characters.
Don't see it if You're looking for the Disney version of Alice in Wonderland. You're bothered by actors using accents that make them difficult to understand
Also Great costumes! Seating makes it difficult to see the whole set.
See it if Learn why Lewis Carroll created a mad hatter, Cheshire Cat and other talking animals for little Alice Liddell. Fun for both kids and adults.
Don't see it if You don't like Lewis Carrol or children's stories. Otherwise, this show is fantastic, on many levels. Plain and simple wonderment.
See it if You like 'experimental' theater that challenges you to put the pieces/story together. You are a big Alice in Wonderland fan.
Don't see it if You like your plays linear and to the point as opposed to 'wandering' - with the audience left to put the story line together.
See it if you like to hear the back story of this classic story; well acted and fun staging
Don't see it if you don't want to trek a small theater in Astoria. you don't enjoy a bit of silliness in your classics
See it if You like the intertwining of a relationship between an author and his subject with the stories he composed for her.
Don't see it if You like straightforward drama with clear dialogue and defined characters.
See it if you want a delightfully dark exploration of the story behind Alice in Wonderland, with all the best parts of wonderland assisting the tale.
Don't see it if you're looking for something upbeat and cheery.
See it if you are curious the inspiration of Alice in wonderland
Don't see it if you don't like being in a sauna. This small venue had no air and seeing the performers was difficult unless you were in front row
See it if You like Alice in Wonderland and you are interested in the real relationship between Charles Dodson and Ms.Liddell. This was excellent!
Don't see it if You should see it! It should be produced in a bigger venue! Great show all around. Bravo
See it if you're getting "curiouser & curiouser" about the intriguing back story of Alice in Wond. in a small setting by a big talented & "cute" cast.
Don't see it if Astoria is far from you...but actually, it's worth the trip- to see this great prod'n. which deserves to be staged in a NY midtown theater.
See it if you love period pieces, and especially if you love the Wonderland stories.
Don't see it if you don't want Wonderland to be confused with Neverland.
See it if you're a fan of the Alice in Wonderland stories. You like seeing "behind the scenes" stories of classics.
Don't see it if you don't like intimate spaces. You don't like plays with actors playing instruments and singing.
See it if You love inventive, immersive theater with brilliant staging and gorgeous costumes. Similar to Kate Hamill & Eric Tucker's works.
Don't see it if You don't like Alice in Wonderland or it's themes. You don't enjoy excellent black box theater.
See it if You want to see an interesting perspective on the relationship between Alice Liddell and Charles Dodgson.
Don't see it if You want to see a polished play, and you don't enjoy silliness.
See it if You want to see a fresh take on the story of Alice Liddell
Don't see it if You're sensitive to heat. The theatre has no ventilation and it was hot. Also it requires you to have some knowledge of Alice in Wonderland.
See it if you want to be immersed in a quirky, endearing, well-written detailed vision of Wonderland, presented by a talented, professional company.
Don't see it if you don't like intimate theater experiences, or don't want to see a show about how Alice's adventures may not be as innocent as they seem.
See it if you like the world of Lewis Carroll and interested in the relation between Charles Dodgson and Alice Liddell. Good interpretation.
Don't see it if you are not interested in Lewis Carroll's works.
See it if You are interested in the story behind Alice in Wonderland or if you enjoy quirky characters and situations .
Don't see it if You are only interested in Broadway ready plays; Your Alice is enjoyable but still Ned's polidhing.
See it if You like quirky, avante-garde productions that do interesting things with the original script. You're ready to show up early for good seats.
Don't see it if You dislike obstructed views (it's a flat stage with chairs, so only the front row has a clear view!) and depictions of pedophilia
See it if you like the story behind the writing of Alice in Wonderland as much as the story itself.
Don't see it if you're not interested in yet another Alice adaptation.
See it if You like lively comedy that pulls you in and drama that makes you care.
Don't see it if You're not into funny; cartoonish characters.
See it if This is Broadway material! Fantasy land, great story, great production, great costume.
Don't see it if If you don't want to go to Astoria, nothing to do with the play or you don't want an intimate setting and likes huge production.
See it if You Love Alice In Wonderland, are interested in the inspiration behind Alice and enjoy live musicians in an intimate engaging setting
Don't see it if You only like full-fledged musicals (it's a play with singing and live music). If you don't like adult themes & battles with inner-conflict