Edward Staudenmayer Goes Down the Wonderland Rabbit Hole (Photo)

PlayBlog   Edward Staudenmayer Goes Down the Wonderland Rabbit Hole (Photo)
 
Wonderland, the new musical that reinvents "Alice in Wonderland" for the 21st century, opened at Broadway's Marquis Theatre April 17.


Edward Staudenmayer, who plays the White Rabbit, recently posed with artist Joe Hill's 3D painting “Down the Wonderland Rabbit Hole," which was installed outside the theatre.

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photo by Krissie Fullerton

Gregory Boyd directs the original musical, billed as "a new spin on the classic story of Alice and her lookingglass world," inspired by the tales of Lewis Carroll. This time, Alice is "a modern-day woman who goes on a life-changing adventure far below the streets of New York City, where a colorful cast of strange but familiar characters help her rediscover what's really important."

Janet Dacal, of In the Heights, plays a modern-day Manhattan mom named Alice, who sings a score by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy.

For more information on the musical, visit www.WonderlandOnBroadway.com.

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