Wonder Land

Original work by Alice Cash (COL ‘13)
Advised by Professors Derek Goldman and Maya E. Roth

Wonder Land, an original ensemble work written and directed by Alice Cash, examines the evolution of Charles Dodgson into the eminent author best known by his pseudonym, Lewis Carroll. Confronting his ambiguous relationship with Alice Liddell, the girl who was purported to have inspired the creation of his most famous heroine, the piece explores the contradictions evoked by Carroll’s indelible artistic creations.

The two original thesis performances Wonder Land and Chiaroscuro, together comprising the event wanderland, offer bold and inventive explorations of identity along the tightrope between reality and fiction.

Performed by
Thursday-Saturday, February 14-16, 2013 at 8 p.m.

Davis Performing Arts Center, Devine Studio Theatre

Photos by Rafael Suanes