Wonderland's White Rabbit, Edward Staudenmayer, Talks About Traveling Down the Rabbit Hole

PlayBlog   Wonderland's White Rabbit, Edward Staudenmayer, Talks About Traveling Down the Rabbit Hole
 
Wonderland, the new Broadway musical that reinvents “Alice in Wonderland” for the 21st century, officially opened April 17. Janet Dacal, of In the Heights, plays a modern-day Manhattan mom named Alice who follows the White Rabbit, played by Edward Staudenmayer, down the Rabbit Hole at the Marquis Theatre.


Staudenmayer sat down with CBS 2's Emily Smith on Easter Sunday to talk about rabbits—namely, his own rabbit character that he created in the new Frank Wildhorn musical. He discusses the new take on the classic fairy tale as well as the musical's journey to Broadway.

The musical is described as “a new spin on the classic story of Alice and her Looking-Glass 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.”

To watch the interview, click here.

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