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Alice in Wonderland: Theatre and Film

Theatre and Film

Irene Corey

Irene Corey Collection

Design for Dallas Theater Center's MimeAct Production that toured to Dallas parks in 1980 and 1981.



Lookingglass Theatre (Chicago)

Lookingglass Alice

Adapted and directed by David Catlin

Premiered at the Lookingglass Theatre in 2005

This study guide was created by the New Victory Theater when they presented Lookingglass Alice in 2006-2007

Manhattan Theatre Group

Alice in Wonderland: the Forming of a Company and the Making of a Play

This production was devised by the actors and directed by Andre Gregory in 1970.

The Goodman Theatre (Chicago)

Children's Theatre that Captures its Audience

designed by Stanley Kazdailis

Written by Charlotte B. Chorpenning, produced at the Goodman Theatre in 1939, 1948, and 1957

Eva Le Gallienne

Eva Le Gallienne Program

Program from the Broadway production that played in New York from 1932-1933 and toured the United States

The New Amsterdam: a Biography of a Broadway Theatre

by Mary C. Henderson


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