‘A very important date,’ Alice in Wonderland comes to Hurricane

HURRICANE – From July 17-26 the Southern Utah Center for the ARTS is presenting Alice in Wonderland at the Hurricane Art Center in Hurricane City.

“The talent in this performance is such that it is one of the rare shows where I have been able to give young performers key roles on the production team,” Director Pam Lockwood said. The production stars 11 year-old Takoma Dennett as Alice, Millie Scholzen as the White Rabbit, and Tristain Tisdale as the Mad Hatter.

Tisdale is incredibly talented and trustworthy, Lockwood said; in addition to his role as the Mad Hatter, he is also the student director, and plays the Walrus. Rebecca Peck, who plays the Red Queen, is dance captain.

This production opens the SUCA Youth Theatre program. Other after-school programs will include the award-winning performing group, Sound Machine, and Utah’s top teen vocal jazz group Vocal-Ease.

Event details

  • When: July 17-26 (except on Sundays); 7 p.m. with 2 p.m.Saturday matinées
  • Where: Hurricane Art Center 92 S. 100 W.  Hurricane
  • Admission: $6 children, $7 students and seniors, $9 adults, $35 family pass (immediate family only), $6 “early bird” tickets
  • Website:  Alice in Wonderland

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1 Comment

  • Flyaway July 10, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    So cool their bringing back the 60’s. Hallucinogenics did so much for music and the arts during that era. May be next they can do Puff the Magic Dragon. Puff Puff Pass.

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