Desert Stages Theatre to Open 20th Anniversary Season with ALICE IN WONDERLAND, 8/22
Desert Stages Theatre will kick off its 20th season in the valley with Alice In Wonderland, the classic children's story by Lewis Carroll.
This children's favorite will have all of your favorite characters- Alice, Mad Hatter, Dinah, Queen of Hearts, Mad Hatter, Caterpillar, and of course the White Rabbit- for a journey down the rabbit hole like no other.
The music for this show was written and composed by the late founder of Desert Stages Gerry Cullity. Memorable tunes such as Looking Glass and Wonderland will have you dancing and singing in your seats!
This show is perfect for children of all ages and offers several matinee options on Saturdays and Sundays. Don't miss the opportunity to be part of an beautiful play brought to you by extraordinary kids!
The show will run August 22nd- September 21st, 2014, playing Fridays and Saturday at 7:30pm and Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm and 3pm. For tickets, go to www.desertstages.org, or call the box office at 480-483-1664.
About Desert Stages Theatre. A bustling community playhouse, Desert Stages Theatre in Scottsdale, Ariz., is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3, founded in 1995, and delivers performances year round. Four show schedules occur throughout the year: Actor's Café performances in the intimate, proscenium-style 65-seat theatre; Mainstage Series in Cullity Hall, an inventive 140-seat theatre-in-the-round; On Stage Children's Series for ages 3-19, and Next Stage Series for 12-19, both also performed in Cullity Hall. DST also operates a theatrical academy (Center Stage, among many other classes), regularly hosts talent shows (Show Your Stuff) and offers a variety of music, dance and other classes open to the community. DST is led by co-founder, executive director and artistic director Laurie Cullity. Additional co-founders are Joan Thompson and the late Gerry Cullity. Included in each DST season are children's productions of original scripts, musical scores and lyrics by co-founder Cullity whose works are still relished eight years after his passing. Desert Stages has developed thousands of thespians, young and old, many with compelling personal stories of triumph and major stage success, all of who perform at DST for the pure love of the theatre.