Â Mount Vernon, WA – META Performing Arts presents Alice in Wonderland April 25- May 4, 2008 at McIntyre Hall (Mount Vernon, WA).
This is very ironic. Here’s a news release about the overall concept of the new Cirque Macau show at the Sands Venetian that I’m working on (I knew about it, but won’t release any info on the show until it’s released to the media). The ironic part is that one of the projects I had [...]
The premier of Alice in Wonderland has been postponed because of conflicting contract obligations.
Alice in Wonderland plate engravings. Visit the “Alice in Wonderland” section of this website for music, photos, complete book of AIW and Through the Looking Glass as well as set design pieces and musical theater song info.
Format In order to gauge more or less how long a film a script will make (very useful for producers), there are certain standards in formatting. Avoid these at your own risk. Americans especially are very rigid about this. These standards allow us to measure a script’s length by saying that: “a page of script [...]
How long should a script be? How important is the format of my script? And if itâ€™s SO important, how do I go about doing it properly? While this is the subject of much debate â€“ generally along the lines of individuality versus making life easy for a reader – it seems largely accepted that [...]
I’m currently working on an original project for a children’s theater group and the question keeps coming up in my mind: How frightening can a scene be when creating for children’s theater. Many times while talking with the seedy underbelly of society (yes, I am referring to thespians, or as Stephen Dietz says in his [...]
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS (AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE) Complete tex. Written by Lewis Carroll and released in 1872. Chapter 1 – Looking Glass House Chapter 2 – The Garden of Live Flowers Chapter 3 – Looking-Glass Insects Chapter 4 – Tweedledum and Tweedledee Chapter 5 – Wool and Water Chapter 6 – Humpty Dumpty [...]
Your majesty shouldn’t purr so loud,’ Alice said, rubbing her eyes, and addressing the kitten, respectfully, yet with some severity. `You woke me out of oh! such a nice dream! And you’ve been along with me, Kitty — all through the Looking-Glass world. Did you know it, dear?’ It is a very inconvenient habit of [...]
– and it really was a kitten, after all
She took her off the table as she spoke, and shook her backwards and forwards with all her might. The Red Queen made no resistance whatever; only her face grew very small, and her eyes got large and green: and still, as Alice went on shaking her, she kept on growing shorter — and fatter [...]
`Well, this is grand!’ said Alice. `I never expected I should be a Queen so soon — and I’ll tell you what it is, your majesty,’ she went on in a severe tone (she was always rather fond of scolding herself), `it’ll never do for you to be lolling about on the grass like that! [...]
After a while the noise seemed gradually to die away, till all was dead silence, and Alice lifted up her head in some alarm. There was no one to be seen, and her first thought was that she must have been dreaming about the Lion and the Unicorn and those still lying at her feet, [...]
The next moment soldiers cam running through the wood, at first in twos and threes, then ten or twenty together, and at last in such crowds that they seemed to fill the whole forest. Alice got behind a tree, for fear of being run over, and watched them go by. She thought that in all [...]
However, the egg only got larger and larger, and more and more human: when she had come within a few yards of it, she saw that it had eyes and a nose and mouth; and when she had come close to it, she saw clearly that it was HUMPTY DUMPTY himself. `It can’t be anybody [...]
She caught the shawl as she spoke, and looked about for the owner: in another moment the White Queen came running wildly through the wood, with both arms stretched out wide, as if she were flying, and Alice very civilly went to meet her with the shawl. `I’m very glad I happened to be in [...]
They were standing under a tree, each with an arm round the other’s neck, and Alice knew which was which in a moment, because one of them had `DUM’ embroidered on his collar, and the other `DEE.’ `I suppose they’ve each got “TWEEDLE” round at the back of the collar,’ she said to herself. They [...]
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS CHAPTER THREE Of course the first thing to do was to make a grand survey of the country she was going to travel through. `It’s something very like learning geography,’ thought Alice, as she stood on tiptoe in hopes of being able to see a little further. `Principal rivers — there [...]
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS CHAPTER TWO – THE GARDEN OF LIVE FLOWERS `I should see the garden far better,’ said Alice to herself, `if I could get to the top of that hill: and here’s a path that leads straight to it — at least, no, it doesn’t do that — ‘ (after going a [...]