Alice in Wonderland – interactive adventure

Alice in Wonderland poster

Lewis Carrolls’ Classic Story
Adapted for the stage by William Glennon & Kade Mendelowitz
Directed by Kade Mendelowitz, production designer
Costume Design by Tara Maginnis

Cheshire Cat, Mouse, Dormouse costumes designed by Stephanie Stowman

Press Article
Press Article

Theatergoers who attend “Alice in Wonderland” this weekend will follow Alice down the rabbit hole, sail on a pool of tears and endure the considerable wrath of the Queen of Hearts.
Traveling in groups of 12 to 15, the audience will follow Alice through Wonderland- a catacomb of eight rooms under and around the Salisbury Theatre.
Director Kade Mendelowitz, who also doubles as the set and lighting designer for the Theatre UAF production, said the idea of adapting the Lewis Carroll story as “interactive” theater was dreamed up to provide a different experience for the audience. “They get the perspective of being Alice in Wonderland,” he said.

Debbie Carter, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner