ALICE IN WONDERLAND to Play at National Theatret
Take a trip down the rabbit hole as Alice in Wonderland plays at National Theatret Oct. 11 through Dec. 31.
Alice has shrunk through a whole rainbow of songs in her own graduation company, and has never felt so small as when the entire company sings the pink song, "knocking out in full bloom while the bees buzz around the bud."
Alice doesn't know where to go. And during her dad's speech, she will just disappear. He is lying about how well he and Alice are doing alone after their mother passed away. The truth is that they both feel lonely. That's when she spot a white rabbit.
Director Mads Bones and composer Kyrre Havdal have taken Trøndelag by storm with smash successes such as the comedy award winner Christmas gospel - The Smash Hit Musical and Tordenskjold - all time trunders , which can set sales records, at Trøndelag Theater. Now comes the popular duo to Oslo and the National Theater with Alice in Vidunderland , which is a further development of the Oslo Academy of the Arts Summer Theater in Frogner Park from 2017.
The story of Alice and her adventurous journey and encounters with more or less scrambled animals, a hat maker and a whole deck can be found in many versions, inspired by what is termed the world's first children's book, published by Lewis Carroll in 1865.
Along with a bunch of National Theater actors, with Kjersti Tveterås in the lead, Bones and Havdal have found their own entrance to the Wonderland. You just have to look forward to opening a brand new musical wonder package, where the transition between child and adult, big and small, fantasy and reality, and everything and nothing can unfold freely and unrestrained in an adventurous game room.
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