Performances will continue Saturdays at 1 PM at the Playhouse, where Rap Guide to Evolution is also currently playing.
The one-hour, family-friendly production is written, directed and designed by creator Steven Carl McCasland, who also appears in the play. The cast also features Emily Floyd in the title role with Mallory Berlin as The Queen of Hearts, Courtney de la Rigaudiere as the Lory, Patrick Whitehead as The King of Hearts, Tracy Jennissen as The White Rabbit, Rory Allan Meditz as The Mad Hatter, Stephanie Streisand as The March Hare and Allison Wimer as The Cook with Anne Richmond and McCasland as Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum, as well as The Gryphon and The Mock Turtle.
"When young Alice falls down the rabbit hole to Wonderland, she comes out in a land both familiar and new at the same time," according to press notes. "Loosely inspired by Chagall's 'Paris Through The Window,' Alice encounters two little runts with very sticky fingers and a very naughty Queen. She runs her first Caucus Race and meets a deck of characters, some of whom used to be animals but have been changed in the night."
Tickets are available online at www.sohoplayhouse.com and at the door for $25; a $5 discount for students and seniors is available at the door on the day of performance only. Discounted tickets are subjected to availability.
For more information visit www.beautifulsouptheatercollective.org.